Australia v New Zealand, 3rd Test, Adelaide
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum dismisses any advantage Australia may have because of their players having more pink-ball experience
- Players/Officials : Brendon McCullum
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting talks about New Zealand's batting, Australia's new-look pace attack and adjusting to the pink ball
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about team selection and pitch conditions ahead of the first pink-ball Test in Adelaide
Andrew McGlashan reviews the first T20 match between Pakistan and England, where players such as Sam Billings were stand out performers. | Nov 26, 2015
Another wicket goes, has a swipe at it and gets it high in the air and Mushfiqur calls for it and takes the catch. | Nov 26, 2015
Mishits it high in the air down to long on and Senanayake takes the catch. Third loss in a row for Syhlet. | Nov 26, 2015
The middle stump is knocked back as the batsman swings and misses. | Nov 26, 2015
slices it high in the air to wide long off and Cobb takes the catch. | Nov 26, 2015
A run out, the batsman does not hear the call from Mushfiqur, who is way down the other end, by the time he hears he is well out and the fielder throws to the bowler, who runs him out. | Nov 26, 2015
Skids through and the stumps are rattled as he looks to cut. Shakib strikes for Riders. | Nov 26, 2015
Goes for a pull and gets a top-edge high in the air and looks to be going over the keeper, but he does well to run around and hold his nerve to take a well judged catch. | Nov 26, 2015
This time he gets him, the ball held its line and strikes the pad in line, loud appeal and given, that was plumb. | Nov 26, 2015
Cricket Australia's senior manager Sean Cary dissects the pink ball and talks about the Adelaide wicket for the first ever day-night Test
SACA chief Keith Bradshaw discusses the the pink-ball concept and the preparations that have been made for the inaugural day-night Test i...
Tim Southee admitted that the New Zealand bowlers were still trying to get accustomed to playing with the pink ball
Tom Latham expressed his excitement on adjusting to play with the pink ball for the third Test in Adelaide
Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland talks about expecting a turnout of about 40,000 on the first day of the inaugural pink-ball Test...
New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling believes that his team has had enough practice with the pink ball ahead of the third Test against Aus...