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| Opposition of Test cricket in flood lights plan begins|
| Updated at: 1802 PST, Wednesday, April 01, 2009|
LONDON: The England & Wales Cricket Board (EWCB) has just planned to hold Test cricket in flood lights but opposition of its plan has begun in England.
Former Test cricketer Angus Fraser said that the ECB cannot get any thing except monetary benefits.
The EWCB has decided to hold the first Test of the 2010 series against Bangladesh in flood lights while the players will use colourful kits in this match.
Former Test cricketer and managing director Middlesex Angus Fraser asked not to change the traditions of Test cricket and it would cause a loss instead of any gain.
He said that the board should learn a lesson from the failure of Allan Stanford deal otherwise the glitter of money would harm the image of the game.