Uhmmm, really? Anyway, even as a neutral I am disapointed that there is no day night test in Adelaide. I like the dynamic of the day night test and the nuances it brings. Plus it is nice to see a pitch with a decent ammount of grass and the increased chance of watching some prononounced and prolonged swing in Australia if there is a newish ball in the evening. BCCI and Indian cricket are typically a fairly conservative bunch. They were very slow to embrace DRS, but they finally have. While this may be seen as a negative stance protecting their batsmen, it overlooks the fact it would give their swing bowlers far more chance than the concrete pitches will, they did manage to jag a win in Safrica just recently on a juicy pitch with swing in the air as wickets on both sides tumbled. Further, NZ's best chance to beat Australia recently was with swing bowlers was at Adelaide. The same was expected for England in the Ashes. CA has been quite the opposite of being conservative in cricket since Packer got involved over the past 4 decades, and brought into cricket all sorts of gimmicks and new rules, as well of course hosting the first day/night test, often seeking to pioneer changes and improve the game. A 30 metre circle in limited overs cricket just seems so natural. Thanks Australia. I hope not too many more years go by without a day/night test at Adelaide.