MUMBAI - A new chapter will be added in the history of Test cricket when England take on minnows Bangladesh in a Day/Night Test match during Bangladesh's tour of England in the coming summer. The venue for this historic clash has not yet been finalised by the ECB and it will be done so once the ECB receives green signal from the ICC. Part of this unique showdown will be Jamie Siddons, the Tigers' coach, who would have preferred to play against England in the months of July or August. (The matches are, however, scheduled for May-June 2010). Seemingly excited at the prospect of a Day and Night Test match, he said, "Lords would be a great and fitting venue for such a historic match." When quizzed why was Bangladesh chosen for this experiment D/N Test and what are the chances of the Tigers humbling the Poms in their own backyard, Siddons jokingly replied that his boys would emerge victorious under three days and had no clue why Bangladesh was chosen to play against England. The MCC, in association with London's Imperial College, has initiated a research, where coloured dye is injected into cricket balls to assure that discolouration does not take place on the field of play (which the white ball greatly suffers from), revealed the MCC's media spokesman, Neil Priscott. Speaking exclusively to this scribe from Lord's, Priscott said, "We are currently testing this dye infusion technique with pink and white cricket balls, so we await the results on that. In terms of practical testing of coloured cricket balls, the MCC is hopeful that pink cricket balls will be tested in match conditions in countries such as Sri Lanka, South Africa and Bangladesh over the coming UK winter, in order for us to make an assessment and recommendation for their potential use in a day/night Test match."The MCC would agree that the pink ball must be tested in domestic cricket before it is used in Test match cricket, Test cricket being the pinnacle of the game.""The rationale behind holding the D/N test match is to curb the falling Test match attendance worldwide," he signed off.