Cricket News: Pat Cummins feels day-night Tests retain their mystique following the first pink-ball Test in 2015. Teams learn something new every game, according to Cummins. The second Ashes Test, which will be held in Adelaide, is just around the corner. Despite the fact that all of Australia’s day-night Tests have been held at home. So far, they have a flawless record. The first pink-ball Test was held in 2015 at the Adelaide Oval between Australia and New Zealand. They’ve gone undefeated so far, with their most recent victory coming against India. Speaking ahead of England’s second Test match. Eight-day-night Tests, according to Pat Cummins, aren’t a big deal. In addition, the sample size from which confidence can be drawn.
“It only adds to the mystery. We’ve played eight pink ball games, which isn’t a large sample size, but each time you play one, you feel like you’re learning something new. At times, the unknowns help to level the playing field. You can have a stretch of play when the ball suddenly starts swinging about for no apparent reason,” Pat Cummins said.
Cricket News: Although England’s injury to Josh Hazlewood will be alleviated. Mitchell Starc would pose a serious threat to the tourists’ shaky batting order. In such games, the left-arm speedster has the most wickets, with 46 in eight games. Cummins studied the pitch at Adelaide Oval. Also, emphasize that it’s a mix of everything and that each hour is important. The world’s number one Test bowler underlined the value of preparation. Ahead of schedule and adapting to the situation.
Cricket News: “Lastly, a pretty good cricket wicket with a lot of grass coverage, pace, bounce, and a little spin. In a pink ball game, an hour can feel like a long time. Either nothing happens for an hour or everything happens at once, and you feel like you’re going to lose a wicket with every ball. You can think about it, but planning ahead is truly instinctive. You must observe and act the situation that is in front of you. It’s still a new format, and I’m still getting used to it,” Cummins said.