Virat Kohli wants India to approach the pink-ball Test against England like a normal five-day match but with the sessions reversed, the home captain said on the eve of the third Test in Ahmedabad.
Kohli’s century helped India crush Bangladesh by an innings and 46 runs in their maiden pink-ball Test in late 2019.
The 32-year-old remembers his lessons from that day-night contest in Kolkata 15 months ago and wants his team to apply it in the third Test against Joe Root’s men.
“Last time we experienced that the first session is probably the nicest to bat, when the sun is out and the ball doesn’t do much,” Kohli told a video conference on Tuesday.
“But when it starts to get dark, especially during that twilight, it gets very tricky. The light…