Former Indian skipper Rahul Dravid believes that the idea of playing day-night Tests is a counter step in holding back the dwindling crowd count in the longest format of the game.<p></p><p></p>As reported by <em>Cricketcountry</em>, Dravid said, "I am all for the experiment. I am definitely all for the experiment. Specially dwindling crowds in Test cricket is a worry. I know there are some challenges of playing cricket at night. The ball is one of them. The white ball gets discoloured,"<p></p><p></p>Understanding the problem of decreasing attendance in Tests, Dravid who was a part of a sports lecture <span data-term="goog_1630383668">on Tuesday</span>, added," I think in this day and age, it's impossible to have people leaving work and coming to the ground on all five days. Therefore, I don't mind day-night Tests if it can bring back crowds and also have TV viewership."<p></p><p></p>Dravid had played the pink ball on one occasion and didn't face any problems while facing it.<p></p><p></p>"The pink ball and the dew factor are things that need to be sorted out. Personally, I never had a problem in the only match with the pink ball. I scored a hundred in the second innings for the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) against the English county champions," he added.<p></p><p></p>As reported, the pink ball is set to make its mark when Australia host New Zealand in a Test series later this year.