Stuart Broad gives insight on day-night Test

The England team poses for a picture ahead of the day-night Test at Edgbaston
The England team poses for a picture ahead of the day-night Test at Edgbaston
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As England is set to host its first ever day-night Test match at Edgbaston in the first Test against West Indies, pace bowler Stuart Broad gives us insight on the new concept which is growing rapidly.

The game which kicks-off on Thursday will see the first session scheduled between 2pm to 4pm local time while the second and third session are lined up at 4:40pm and 7pm respectively with the additional 30 minutes set to conclude at 9:30pm.

This will also be the fifth ever day-night Test ever with Australia hosting three out of it and Broad tell us why pink ball has been involved in the contest than the traditional red and white ones.

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