Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland says players won't decide if there's an Ashes day-night Test next year - Courier Mail

CRICKET Australia boss James Sutherland said neither Australian nor English players will decide if there is a day-night Ashes Test next year. Sutherland revealed to The Advertiser yesterday Adelaide's hugely successful, historic day-night Test success ...

Day-night Test: Players association boss reveals how Aussie cricketers feel about pink ball - Fox Sports

THE chief representative of Australia's cricketers has proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that some players do not believe the pink ball is up to Test standard. There was backslapping all round on Wednesday as Cricket Australia and Cricket South Africa ...

Day-night Tests: How pink ball cricket has been received around the world - Fox Sports

A revolution is sweeping the cricket world. It's round, pink and is apparently difficult for some people to see at night. The introduction of day-night Tests with pink balls around the globe has had an air of inevitability about it since Australia and ...

5 young bowlers to look out for in the upcoming Cricket season - Sportskeeda

5 bowlers who could play a crucial role for their respective teams in a packed 2016 cricket calendar. by AyushShah94. Top 5 / Top 10 09 Jun 2016, 17:19 IST. The first half of the year is over. Cricket's slam-bang version has satiated the thirst for big ...

James Sutherland dismisses concerns over day-night Ashes Tests - The Australian

Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland has dismissed concerns about the integrity of pink-ball cricket expressed by the captains of Australia and England and given the strongest indication yet that the 2017-18 Ashes could feature two day ...

Ashes 2017-18: England & Australia could play day-night Tests - BBC Sport

Cricket Australia wants the 2017-18 Ashes against England to feature day-night Tests for the first time. Officials feel the move is a "natural progression" following a day-night Test against New Zealand in November 2015. "By playing day-night Tests, we ...

Australia players' chief says no day-night Tests for Ashes series - SkySports

Ashes Test matches are unlikely to be played with a pink ball in the near future, according to the head of the Australian Cricketers' Association. South Africa this week overcame their reservations to agree to play a day-night Test against Australia in ...

Australia Players Union Urges Upgrade for Pink Ball Test Conditions - News18

The Australian cricketers' players union on Thursday urged the sport's national governing body to ensure conditions for this year's two pink ball Tests are upgraded to produce high quality matches. South Africa this week overcame their reservations and ...

Day-Night Tests During 2017/18 Ashes On Agenda, Says Cricket Australia Chief - NDTVSports.com

Cricket Australia are planning more Day-Night Tests in the future and have said that players must be more open to playing with the Pink Ball during the 2017/18 Ashes. Written by Associated Press. Read Time: 3-min. Day-Night Tests During 2017/18 Ashes ...

New clash over day-night Tests during 2017-18 Ashes series - The Australian

Players and administrators are at odds over a move to play day-night Tests during the next Ashes series. The day after Cricket South Africa and its players caved in to Cricket Australia's demands to play a pink ball Test at Adelaide this summer ...

The Ashes: England and Australia captains shut down idea of day-night Ashes Test - Fox Sports

CRICKET Australia chief executive James Sutherland insists there could be as many as two day-night Tests in next year's Ashes series, despite calls from the captains of Australia and England for the 2017-18 series to remain a red-ball contest. Cricket ...

Two day-night Ashes Tests on the cards - cricket.com.au

Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland says there could be as many as two day-night Ashes Tests next summer, saying it would be a “natural progression” for the format. Both Australian captain Steve Smith and his England counterpart Alastair ...

Alastair Cook unsure about calls for day-night Ashes Tests - Cricbuzz

Alastair Cook, England captain, has given thumbs up to day-night Tests, but agreed with his Australian counterpart, Steven Smith, that an Ashes series didn't necessarily need to be played under lights to draw spectators. He added that Ashes was an ...

Day-night cricket Tests: England captain Alastair Cook joins calls for red-ball Ashes series - The Sydney Morning Herald

England skipper Alastair Cook has supported Steve Smith in his push against a day-night Ashes Test, saying cricket's oldest rivalry was popular enough without it. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00 ...

James Sutherland says Ashes 2017/18 will have between 'zero and two' day-night Test matches - The Sydney Morning Herald

The International Cricket Council is under pressure to take greater control over day/night Test cricket, as Cricket Australia flagged the prospect of two matches under lights in the next Ashes series.

Stick with red ball for Ashes Tests, say Cook, Smith - ESPNcricinfo.com

Alastair Cook believes that boards should continue to explore the notion of day-night Test cricket but has echoed the views of his Australia counterpart, Steven Smith, in saying that the Ashes does not need such a concept. South Africa have now agreed ...

Alastair Cook rejects calls for day-night Ashes Tests - The Guardian

England captain Alastair Cook says he has reservations about the pink ball used in day-night Tests. Photograph: Andrew Boyers/Reuters. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...

England captain Alastair Cook cool on day-night Test matches - The Independent

Alastair Cook does not believe the Ashes needs day-night Tests and feels that more work should be done on the pink ball before such matches become regular occurrences. It was announced on Wednesday that Adelaide is to host its second day-night Test ...

Day-night Ashes unfancied by Smith - cricket.com.au

Australia captain Steve Smith has welcomed the confirmation of a day-night Test against South Africa, but warned against overdosing on the format and called for the Ashes rivalry to be played exclusively as day matches. Australia will meet the Proteas ...