Nov 05

Australia Vs New Zealand: The Much Awaited Common Wealth Bank Test

Two of the finest cricket teams will face each other on the Australian Soil for the very first time since the Finals of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Australia will now host New Zealand, its Trans-Tasman rivals, in the impending Commonwealth Bank Test Series throughout November. This is going to be a three-match Test series and Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide will provide the teams with the battle-field. The match is going to get started at Gabba, which is the place for the ‘beginning of summer’ series and this even calls for the return to the Test Cricket to the dreaded WACA ground as well as the ground breaking, first-ever all day-night Test match at the Adelaide Oval.

History will be created when the first ever day-night test match will be hosted by the Adelaide Oval this November. It is anticipated that a flock of heavy crowd will become the spectacle to witness this history in making. Also, there will be a specially designed “Pink” ball with a 2pm (AEST) start to the day’s match.

No Ticketing Woes

For the major cricket lovers, there will be special “Twilight Session” tickets and these will be available for the spectators who are keen to witness the action even after dark. These tickets will allow the spectators to enter the ground from 4 pm. Also, the best part is, Adelaide Oval is situated just a few minutes away from the city and hence, there is no usual transport troubles. Getting to and coming back from the ground is absolutely easy. Therefore, missing out on this amazing opportunity to witness the history is absolutely not a choice for you!

Special 12-man Squad Announced

The Cricket Australia’s National Selection Panel has announced a special 12-man squad for the Commonwealth Bank Test between Australia and New Zealand. Rod Marsh, the National Selector clarified the real reason behind this sudden group formation and said that the team represents quite an interesting era for the Australian cricket after some of the most senior players like Mike Hussey, retired earlier this year. New Zealand is a strong team and Rod Marsh feels that this new team will be able to match up to the former’s expertise in the best possible manner.

Excited enough? Well, the only way to prove your love for the game is now to grab tickets for this historical match. Hurry!

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