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India women to play maiden pink ball Test in Australia: Jay Shah

India, who play their first Test in seven years from June 16 in England, will play another one during the tour of Australia. They will also play ODI and T20I matches Down Under.


Updated: May 20, 2021 10:14:30 am
India tour of South Africa, COVID 19, BCCI, CSA, Cricket South Africa, coronavirus, sports news, indian expressThe team will participate in a three-match Test series followed by a three-match ODI series starting December 26, stated BCCI secretary Jay Shah.

Indian women’s cricket team will compete in its maiden day-night Test when it tours Australia later this year, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said on Thursday.

Shah made the announcement on his twitter handle, stating that the move was part of the BCCI’s commitment to promoting the women’s game.

“Taking forward our commitment towards women’s cricket, I am extremely pleased to announce that Team India @BCCIwomen will play in their first-ever pink ball day-night Test later this year in Australia,” Shah tweeted.

The Indian women’s team, which will play its first Test in seven years from June 16 in England, will compete in another one during the tour of Australia. The team will also play ODI and T20 International matches Down Under.

While the dates of the tour are yet to be announced, it is likely to be in mid-September.

India last played a Test against Australia in 2006.

The pink ball Test between India and Australia will be only the second such match to be held in the history of women’s cricket.

The only day-night women’s game played so far was between Australia and England at Sydney in November 2017. The match ended in a draw.

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