Board President Sourav Ganguly has made a big announcement about the India-England Pink Ball Test, saying it will be a Pink Ball Test.


Bangla Hunt Desk: The England cricket team is coming to India at the beginning of next year. The BCCI has already signed an agreement with the UAE Cricket Board, meaning that if there is no match in India for any reason, India's matches could be shot in the UAE.

That is why many thought that India-England bilateral series could be held in Amirshahi. However, on this day, Sourav Ganguly himself poured water on all the speculations. He informed that India-England bilateral series will be organized by creating bio-safety zone on the soil of the country. Although the venue of the Test match is yet to be finalized, it is initially thought that the Test matches may be played in Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Dharamsala.

The India-England bilateral series will be played from January to March. This series will be a pink ball test. Board President Sourav Ganguly informed that India-England Pink Ball Test will be held in Ahmedabad.

On the same day, Sourav Ganguly said, “India-England series is still quite a bit late. The board has not yet made a final decision as it has four months on hand. We have a tour of Australia before that and now we want to focus on that. ”