Wankhede pitch curator Sudhir Naik on Saturday hinted that the seconnd Test Match and Sachin Tendulkar’s 200th Test match will sport a slow turner pitch with bounce

Mumbai's selection committee chief Naik, who has doubled up as the curator, has promised to provide a track that will see the great batsman enjoy batting on it.

The former Test cricketer said it will be a typical “Mumbai wicket”. “It is going to be a sporting track. Seamers will enjoy first couple of days and will get a good bounce and carry while the spinners will come into play on the fourth and fifth day. The batsman will have a say in between. So, the wicket will have something for everybody,” Naik told dna.