Australia and New Zealand are gearing up for the first ever day-night Test match that will be held between November 27 and December 1. The match, that will be the third Test of the ongoing Trans-Tasman Trophy, will be played at the Adelaide Oval with a pink Kookaburra ball.

There were few apprehensions regarding the use of the pink ball, since quite a few players were unsure about its visibility. But it seems that Australian opener David Warner has put all the doubts to rest. At least the following video says so.

It shows Warner preparing for the Test in the night without lights. He initially struggles to spot the pink ball, but once he sets his eyes, he smashes the ball all around, hitting a few specific targets in the process. The video is a television commercial for an electronics brand. Warner, after a successful outing says, “The Kiwis won’t see that coming.”