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Big Bash T20 tournament to be played against India and Australia series, the schedule released

Cricket Australia has announced the 10th season of the Big Bash. The tournament will begin in December this year. During that time Team India will remain in Australia. She will go to play the Test series. The dates of the T20 tournament and India-Australia series will collide. The Australian Cricket Board has released a schedule of 61 matches.

Accordingly, on December 3, the first match between the Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades will be played at the Adelaide Oval. From this day, the first Test match between India and Australia will start in Brisbane.

The final of the BBL will be played on February 6 next year. The women’s BBL will consist of 59 matches and will be played from 17 October to 29 November. Cricket Australia said in a statement released on its website, “The Kovid-19 epidemic may force a change in the schedule of cricket in the summer but today’s announcement confirms the schedule of 61 matches.” The Sydney Sixers team became champions.

As per the schedule, the BBL will take a five-day rest after initially holding eight matches as a day-night Test between India and Australia is scheduled to be played at Adelaide Oval between December 11 and 15.

The third Test match between India and Australia will be from 26 to 30 December. The fourth and final Test will be played between January 3 and 7 next year. Cricket Australia’s Big Bash League chief Alastair Dobson said the Covid-19 would be constantly monitored.

So far 9000 cases of the disease have been reported in Australia. He said, “We have to keep a close watch on the situation of Kovid-19. We will work closely with relevant government agencies, experts in bio-safe environments, match venues, clubs, players, broadcaster participants, and our own private teams for a safe and successful tournament. “Australia has also hosted the T20 World Cup, But no decision has been made on whether the tournament will be held or not.

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