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As BCCI gears up to host its first day-night Test in less than a month’s time, the focus is now on how the pink ball will behave. BCCI has asked SG, the makers of the red balls used in first-class cricket in India, to provide 72 new balls for the Test match against Bangladesh that is scheduled to be played at Eden Gardens from November 22. SG’s director Paras Anand has stated: “We have taken feedback from the players. Our thought process is to make the pink ball as similar to the red ball as possible.”

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