Pink test will be held in Sydney
Sydney (Mahamedia) The Test match between the Indian team and Australia is to be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) from 7 January. Both teams will be colored in pink in this match. Actually, the first Test of the year played in Sydney since 2009 is called Pink Match. It is not a day-night, but instead the teams descend into the ground with pink color.
The 2019 Pink Test was also played between India and Australia, which was a draw. In this, Indian captain Virat Kohli came to the ground by giving pink glove and pink grip on the bat. The last time Team India declared the first innings of Sydney Test was 622 for 7 wickets.
Played with red ball, not pink, it is played with red ball, not test pink ball. Pink ball is used only in day-night test. However, in the Pink Test, everything from the stumps to the players' gloves, bat grip, brand logos, hoardings, caps and the audience's attire are pink-pink.
Actually done, Pink Test is linked to Australian legend Glenn McGrath and his wife Jane. The third day of the test match is known as 'Jane McGrath Day'. Jane died in 2008 of breast cancer. After this, a pink test was started in Sydney to make people aware of breast cancer. It is the home ground of Glenn McGrath.