Cricket Australia is yet to finalise plans for an inaugural day-night Test using a pink ball, but remain confident it will go ahead during this summer's three-match series against New Zealand.
New Zealand and Australian cricket officials remain supportive committed with Adelaide Oval considered the venue most likely to host the innovative fixture.
Details are expected to be ironed out when officials meet on the sidelines of the International Cricket Council's annual conference in Barbados on June 22-26.
New Zealand players' association boss Heath Mills suggested last week that top players here are "overwhelmingly not supportive of playing day-night Test cricket".
Either side of the Tasman, match practice is a concern.
"A number of players in the Australian Test squad have had limited or no experience in match conditions with the pink balls so we'd obviously be keen to get their feedback whenever they have the opportunity to take part in a proper trial," Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) chief Alistair Nicholson said.
"Ultimately the decision on the format of the series rests with the respective cricket boards. Our focus is on player safety and ensuring that their views are given appropriate consideration in any decision."
Cricket Australia conducted two rounds of pink-ball trials last year, but few Test players were involved.
It is understood Cricket Australia will schedule a pink-ball round early in the 2015-16 Shield season, ensuring its top players have a hit out under lights.
The Black Caps have also been assured of a tour game using the pink ball.
The ICC gave the green light to day-night Tests in 2012, leaving it up to nations to mutually agree on playing conditions.