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India vs Australia, IND vs AUS Test Series 2020 Schedule: Team India to play their first day/night test from 11 December, Cricket Australia released the schedule

India vs , Test Series 2020 Schedule: If all goes well, then Team India will play their first day / night Test match on foreign ground this year. has released the schedule from November this year to January next year. His Test Summer will begin in late November.

Play the first Test with Afghanistan. The match will take place in Perth from 21 to 25 November and will be a day/night test match. He will then take part in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy (Test Series) with India.

The Border-Gavaskar Trophy Series Trophy will feature 4 Test matches. The series starts on December 3 in Brisbane. The second Test will take place at the Adelaide Oval ground from 11 to 15 November. It will be a day / night test match. Team India will play Day / Night on the foreign ground for the first time. Team India has played a day / night test match so far. Which he played against Bangladesh at the Eden Gardens ground in Kolkata last year.

The third Test of the series (Boxing-day match) is to be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground from 26 to 30 December. The fourth Test match is scheduled to be played next year from 3 to 7 January at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

According to the International Cricket Council, Cricket Australia will announce its 2020-21 season (women and men) on Friday, May 29. Under this, five international men’s cricket teams will tour Australia.

Explain that this schedule is entirely dependent on dealing with the global health problem Kovid-19. According to the ICC, “Cricket Australia and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) may also consider having all matches in one place if the outbreak of coronavirus does not reduce at the time of the event.”

Team India has to play a series of 4 Tests and 3 ODIs on the tour of Australia. Due to coronavirus, the players of the Indian cricket team will have to keep themselves in isolation for 14 days after reaching Australia. The Board of Control for Cricket in India has approved this.

In January this year, the captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli, said that he wants to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy regardless of the field. Whether it is Gabba or Perth. It doesn’t matter to us. We have the ability to compete with anyone anywhere in the world. Then whether it is white ball, pink ball or red ball. We are all set for this. ‘

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