Bowler Trent Bolt suspected of playing in day-night test

New Zealand will play a three-match series against Australia with a day-night test here from Thursday. Before this, New Zealand has suffered a setback. His fast bowler Trent Boult is doubtful to play in the first cricket Test against Australia starting on Thursday in Perth. Captain Kane Williamson, however, has said that he will give Bolt full opportunity to prove his fitness, leaving him with the option of playing in Perth. Actually, swing is expected to be more in the day-night test on Perth ground, whose bolts are considered to be expert.

New Zealand will play a three-match series against Australia with a day-night test here from Thursday.

Bolt suspected of playing in day-night test
Bolt suspected of playing in day-night test

Williamson said that after the team’s training session on Wednesday, the situation will be cleared for Bolt being available in the match. Due to this performance and the personal form of captain Kane Williamson, batsman Ross Taylor and Tom Latham and bowler Neil Wagner, experts are calling the current team the best New Zealand team of all time. But none of the players from the New Zealand team have played a match in Perth, Melbourne or Sydney, which are the three venues of the Test series starting tomorrow and until the team succeeds here, it will be truly the best of New Zealand Team status will not be available. New Zealand, who recently won their seventh consecutive series by defeating England on their own soil, has moved up to second place in the World Test rankings.

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