Cricket was originally played with a red ball until time-bound and particular matches became the norm.
test matches played using red ball, while T20 and ODI matches are played with the white cricket ball.
Only because of the game's visibility was white balls suggested at first.
During matches that lasted a long time, dark red balls were no longer visible.
white ball well-received by spectators, who discovered they could follow the game more easily.
The white on the screen truly pops and can even be seen from a distance.
Because the red ball is lighter than the white ball, ballers can sometimes exploit it to their advantage.
The cricket ball's cherry red hue makes it more beneficial for match that takes place during the day.
Because the white ball is slightly heavier than the red ball, it might be difficult to handle at times.