Australia paceman Mitchell Starc has by no means been an enormous fan of the pink ball however would welcome the prospect of bowling it towards India in a day-night time take a look at over the dwelling summer time.
India declined Australia’s provide to play a day-night time take a look at throughout their final tour in 2018/19 however board president Sourav Ganguly stated in February that they had agreed to at least one in the upcoming 4-take a look at collection.
“I think absolutely a pink ball test in this series against India is a great thing,” left-armer Starc informed reporters in a video name on Tuesday.
“The followers like it, it creates a unique side of the contest. I believe bat and ball are loads nearer collectively.
“India have clearly performed a pink ball take a look at at dwelling so that they’re not utterly overseas to it.
“I assume when it comes to the benefit should you like, we do have an excellent report at dwelling with the pink ball.
“It’s no completely different to us going to India and so they’ve acquired the benefit there.”
Australia have received all seven day-night time assessments they’ve performed and Starc’s prowess with the pink ball has been key.
Though cautious of it encroaching on conventional red-ball day assessments, Starc has taken 42 wickets at a median of 19.23 with the pink ball towards a median of 26.97 in all assessments.
The 30-year-outdated additionally stated he was involved the International Cricket Council’s advice to ban the use of saliva to shine the ball when the sport returns after the coronavirus shutdown would hand batsmen a giant benefit.
Bowlers wanted some assist to get the ball to swing if saliva was banned, he added.
“Kids aren’t going to want to be bowlers because as we saw in Australia over the last couple of years, there were some pretty flat wickets and if that ball’s going straight, it’s a pretty boring contest,” he stated.