"We are ready and up for the challenge". We are absolutely open to playing a day-night Test.
"The money has made a big difference to the players because now they realise that they just have to focus on their game and play like professionals and the rewards they get are great".
"We played the day-night Test here and were pretty happy with how it went. We do have the skill-sets as a team now to compete against anyone in the world, anywhere, in any format of the game".
"As players we are excited to play a full strength Australia in our conditions, also to test ourselves against the best", said Kohli.
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However, after Ganguly took over the reins of BCCI, the first ever pink ball Test in India was held between India and Bangladesh, which prompted Cricket Australia to pitch for a Day-Night game during the next tour.
India will play two Tests in New Zealand next month.
It is understood that the "Meet and Greet" session was meant to discuss a range of policy issues with regards to the ICC's proposed four-day Tests, one global meet per year, a four-nation Super series involving the 'Big Three and Day-Night Tests.
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The last time that the two teams met in ODIs was in the World Cup where India emerged out victorious.
And he warned: "The way they are playing their cricket now after Steve [Smith] and David [Warner] have come back, it's pretty intense".
"He's shown so much consistency that's always good to watch at the worldwide level".
Kohli also admitted that it would be a challenge for his bowlers to break through the Australian batting order next summer.
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