In the historic day-night Test match played between India and Bangladesh, the pink ball will also have an impact on the team combination of India, as the circumstances will decide who will be included in the playing 11? In the absence of fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah, the Indian fast bowling attack looks equally deadly. There is also a lot of bad batting in Bangladesh behind this, but the figures in Kolkata are giving a different testimony.
Even though the Indian team's fast bowlers and spinners have wreaked havoc at Holkar Stadium in Indore, this time the case is a bit different. In the first Test, the Indian team landed with the traditional combination of three fast bowlers and two spinners. There was also grass left on the pitch. Overall, the Indore pitch was made in such a way that when the teams land on the Kolkata pitch, they do not feel anything new. The Indian fast bowlers had performed brilliantly in Indore and the spinners did not need to do anything special.
If the Indian team wants to win this match, then it can give opportunity to Kuldeep Yadav, it will not be easy for the Bangladeshi batsmen to play him in the Flood Lights. However, it is yet to be seen how much the pink ball will turn under the dew of Kolkata in the floodlight, but Kuldeep is a bowler who can trap anyone on his fluted ball. In this match, the bowlers will have to rely more on line-length than the turn and Kuldeep is the best for that.