Test match in Pink or Orange balls??

India
November 22, 2011 12:34pm CST
Do you agree that ICC should allow Test matches to be played under floodlights.. also should pink or orange ball take the center stage instead of traditional red balls? I think they can't play in red ball under light..
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@saayil (24)
1 Dec 11
new experiments in cricket is good for cricket espacialy for test which have lose its popularity.
@saayil (24)
1 Dec 11
test matches are losing their popularity day by day ..so i thnk new experiments in it wil make the test matches to gain its popularity again.
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
23 Nov 11
I am all for using floodlights during test matches. But I am not sure yet if they can be used for the full test match or should be used in cases when bad light stops the play. It is really stupid to have the floodlight facility and not use it when the light fades and the play for the day has not completed. Regarding the ball color, I still like the traditional red balls. Cheers! Ram
@grvdubey11 (1882)
• India
23 Nov 11
Well its not good to bring changes in test cricket .Its stupid thinking by ICC that they may get more viewers if tests are played under lights.That is because none of the fans of T-20 cricket care about test cricket, so they wont come whether its in floodlights or with ball of different colors.If ICC really wants to save test cricket they should decrease the amount of t20 cricket ,instead of making stupid changes in original format of the game.