It will certainly be slower than the pitch at Brisbane with less bounce and it should offer greater seam movement, which in theory should favour England's bowlers more than Australia.England have four seam and swing bowlers - James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes and Jake Ball - while Australia just have Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, plus the unorthodox seam action of Mitchell Starc.
The travelling England fans in the Barmy Army will likely congregate here.
Alternatively, seeing as play will be continuing until about 10.30am on Saturday morning, you'll be able to catch a fair bit by getting up at the normal time.
Adelaide time is 10.5 hours ahead of the UK so play will commence at 3.30am GMT.
Unusually, the opening day of the second Test is on a Saturday, which means play will get underway at 3.30am UK time on Saturday morning.
So if you're going for a big night out on Friday, you might get home in time to catch a bit of the action with your kebab.