Team India to Stay Longer for Day-Night Test

Team India to Stay Longer for Day-Night Test

Team India to Stay Longer for Day-Night Test

Team India opts to stay in Indore as the team prepares for their battle against Bangladesh after winning big in the first game of their two-match series.

Team India has extended its stay in Indore for two more days coming off a win in their three-day game against Bangladesh. The two teams are set to play their second game on November 22-26, which will determine the result of the Test.

The Men in Blue recently dominated Bangladesh in their two-match series. The team came up with a dominant win as Virat Kohli willed his team to win by an innings and 130 runs in their three-day stay in Indore.

Fans in the Holkar Stadium were in for a treat when Team India hammered Bangladesh with a 493 for 6 before finally declaring their innings. Mayank Agarwal shined in the team’s win when he notched his career-best 243 runs.

Both teams have decided to extend their stay in Indore for additional training. Kohli and the rest of the team are having a full-fledged training. They wanted to get used to the ‘twilight’ prior to the first Test that will use a pink ball. 

India is aiming to close out the series with a win, while Bangladesh hopes to tie the series in order to split the points in the series. Cricket odds will soon be posted prior to the critical match.

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