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Cricket Australia Announces Full Schedule Of India Tour, Includes Day-Night Test In December

  • 29 May 2020 13:57:30

India are set to play their first-historically speaking ceaselessly day-night Test coordinate as Cricket Australia reported the installations for a four-Test arrangement against India.

India are set to play their first-since forever away day-night Test coordinate as Cricket Australia declared the installations for a four-Test arrangement against India and a debut Test against Afghanistan on Thursday. Following an irregular Test against Afghanistan from November 21 to 25 in Perth, Australia will start a four-coordinate Test arrangement against India on December 3 in Brisbane. The subsequent Test, which is booked to occur from December 11 to 15, will be a day-night Test at the Adelaide Oval. The third Test will start on December 26 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, while the Sydney Cricket Ground will have the fourth and last Test from January 3 to 7, 2021.

After the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Australia will have India for a three-coordinate One-day International arrangement, beginning on January 12 in Perth. The second ODI will be played on January 15 at the MCG, while the SCG will have on January 17.

Before the ICC T20 World Cup, India will visit Australia for a three-coordinate T20 International arrangement, beginning on October 11 in Brisbane. The second T20I will be played on October 14 in Canberra, while Adelaide Oval will have the third T20I on October 17.

Prior, previous Australia captain Ian Chappell asserted Australia's arrangement of playing a day-night Test against India "may reverse discharge". He said Virat Kohli's Test group has a solid bowling assault.

In a section for ESPNcricinfo, Chappell stated: "Cricket Australia is mulling over multi day-night Tests for the 2020-21 Indian visit."

"Nonetheless, if that ploy is intended to advantage Australia, it might blowback as India have a solid assault and (Virat) Kohli has just demonstrated he's proficient at captaincy in this piece of the world," he included.

India a month ago played their first-historically speaking pink-ball Test at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata where they secured a decided triumph over Bangladesh. After that Test, skipper Kohli was gotten some information about the possibility of playing a Day/Night Test during the Australia visit one year from now and he said he was "available to do anything" as long as there was a training match under lights