"One of the main worries will be the dew. There is no doubt about that. They will have to understand that it will be a handicap which you can't eliminate," former veteran BCCI chief curator Daljit told PTI.
Daljit makes these vital suggestions for the D/N Test
Daljit, who was involved with the BCCI for 22 years, said to counter dew, one needs to follow these principles.
"To counter that, you have to have thin grass cover on the outfield and taller than usual grass on pitch. The heavier the outfield, the more, it will attract dew. They need to start doing that from today itself," the 77-year-old said.
Meanwhile, CAB curator Sujan Mukherjee feels dew will not have much of an impact.
"A lot of precautionary measures will be taken to negate the dew factor. Moreover, dew falls only after 8-8.30pm and continues till about midnight. But as the match would be an early start, the match would be over by 8-8.30pm. So dew won't be a problem at all," he said.