India cricket team will play a series of three ODIs, three T20s and four Test matches on the Australian tour. The first two ODIs will be played in Sydney on 27 and 29 November while the third ODI will be played on 1 December at Manuka Oval
After the end of IPL 2020, the Indian cricket team will tour Australia next month. On this tour, ODIs and T20 series matches will be played in Sydney and Canberra. On Thursday, an agreement has been reached between Cricket Australia (CA) and the State Government of New South Wales regarding the Indian tour. According to this agreement, the Indian team and Australian team players will be quarantined in Sydney after returning from the IPL released in the United Arab Emirates. During this time players will be allowed to practice.
First ODI will be held on November 27
The final of IPL-13 will be played on 10 November. However, its venue has not been announced yet. India cricket team will play a series of three ODIs, three T20s and four Test matches on the Australian tour. The first two ODIs will be played in Sydney on 27 and 29 November while the third ODI will be played on 1 December at Manuka Oval. At the same time, the first T20 match will be played on December 4 at Manuka Oval. The two teams will then return to Sydney for the final two T20 matches to be held on December 6 and 8.
32 players will go on Australian tour
The Indian team is taking around 32 players on the Australian tour. After the end of the ODI and T20 series, many players who will not be part of the Test series will return to India. After the limited overs series, a four-match Test series will be played between the two teams from December 17. A test of this series can be a pink ball test. There will also be the first test day-night to be held in Adelaide.
India vs Australia full schedule:
First ODI - 27 November, Sydney
Second ODI - 29 November, Sydney
Third ODI - December 1, Manuka Oval
First match - 4 December, Manuka Oval
Second match - 6 December, Sydney
Third match - 8 December, Sydney
First Test - 17-21 December, Adelaide
Second Test - 26–31 December, Melbourne
Third Test - 7-11 January, Sydney
Fourth Test - 15–19 January, Brisbane