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3 minutes ago, Kool_SRG said:

Md. Siraj in Test squad  LoL.1q

Good test bowlers can't be a good t20 bowler....stuard broad/ishant sharma examples....test match lengths t20 lo dog ni kottinatlu kodtunnar

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The BCCI Medical Team will continue to monitor the progress of Rohit Sharma and Ishant Sharma.

 

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6 minutes ago, RaaoSaab said:

Good test bowlers can't be a good t20 bowler....stuard broad/ishant sharma examples....test match lengths t20 lo dog ni kottinatlu kodtunnar

I do understand but Siraj isn't stepped up to that level he may just taken as a back up doubt if he will make to playing team in tour matches also...

 

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entha presssure pettaru ra pant gadi medha waste management ... kohli is not captain material andhuke andharu RCB players moved out and playing better..  he never appreciated him outside ... mom vachinappude appreciated him ... he need to back up when he is needed...

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19 minutes ago, RaaoSaab said:

Good test bowlers can't be a good t20 bowler....stuard broad/ishant sharma examples....test match lengths t20 lo dog ni kottinatlu kodtunnar

Agree McGrath ni Delhi lo unnappudu kummevaru

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India-Australia schedule confirmed; Adelaide hosts day-night Test, pink-ball warm-up match at SCG

The schedule for India's tour to Australia has been confirmed with Adelaide to host a day-night Test as part of the four-match series that is also set to take in Melbourne for the traditional Boxing Day Test, Sydney and Brisbane following three ODIs and three T20Is.

The ODIs will be played on November 27, 29 and December 2 with the T20Is on December 4, 6 and 8. The first Test in Adelaide will begin on December 17.

Ahead of the Test series India A will play Australia A at Drummoyne Oval from December 6-8 followed by India playing Australia A in a day-night match at the SCG from December 11-13.

The Australia A sides may feature a number of the Test side to give them a chance of red and pink-ball practice ahead of the series. For David Warner, Steven Smith, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood returning from the IPL it would be their only chance of preparation. The first batch of Sheffield Shield matches in Adelaide conclude on November 11.

Last week the New South Wales government signed off on allowing the India squad - and Australia players returning from the IPL - to quarantine and train in Sydney after Queensland had raised issues.

Earlier this week the Victoria Premier, Daniel Andrews, said he was confident of having a crowd at the Boxing Day Test as Melbourne emerged from a four-month lockdown on Wednesday.

Tour schedule

1st ODI, November 27 - SCG (D/N)

2nd ODI, November 29 - SCG (D/N)

3rd ODI: December 2 - Canberra (D/N)

1st T20I: December 4 - Canberra (Night)

2nd T20I: December 6 - SCG (Night)

3rd T20I: December 8 - SCG (Night)

1st Test: December 17-21 - Adelaide Oval (D/N)

2nd Test: December 26-30 - MCG

3rd Test: January 7-11 - SCG

4th Test: January 15-19 - Brisbane

"Across all three formats, Australia and India represents one of the great rivalries in world sport and we are delighted to welcome Virat Kohli's outstanding squad to Australian shores this summer," Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley said.

"We have worked closely with the BCCI for many months to bring this tour to life, and I cannot speak more highly of the professional, thorough and collaborative manner with which they have approached this tour in these extraordinary and complex times.

"I would like to express my gratitude to everyone at the BCCI for the faith and support they have shown in the plan we have developed, which we believe will result in a safe and successful summer for all involved.

"We would also like to especially thank the NSW Government for allowing players from both teams to safely prepare during quarantine, as well as other governments and health authorities who have worked with us to host a series which, I have no doubt, will live long in the memories of all who experience it.

"The safety of the Australian community and all participants is our highest priority and we will continue to work with governments across Australia to ensure the schedule proceeds in line with relevant directions and biosecurity protocols.

"In relation to the Boxing Day Test at the MCG, we are working in partnership with the Victorian Government and the Melbourne Cricket Club, with plans to safely host spectators at the iconic event. More details will be shared closer to the time."

India announced their squads earlier this week with the small group of players and coaches not involved at the IPL heading to Dubai shortly from where they will all travel to Sydney on a charter flight with the Australian players after the tournament finishes on November 10.

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Cricket Australia has confirmed the changes to the schedule for the eagerly anticipated Vodafone Test series, Dettol ODI Series and Dettol Twenty20 International Series between the Australian and Indian men’s teams.

 

The battle for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy will begin with a day-night encounter at the Adelaide Oval on December 17, followed by Tests at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (December 26), the Sydney Cricket Ground (January 7) and the Gabba (January 15). 
The Adelaide fixture will be the first day-night Test played between the Australian and Indian men’s teams, adding historic significance to a series between two of cricket’s greatest rivals. 

Neither side has lost a day-night Test previously, with the Australian men’s team winning all four twilight Tests in Adelaide against New Zealand, South Africa, England and Pakistan, and India winning its only encounter at Eden Gardens versus Bangladesh in 2019.  

The Australian men’s team is currently ranked No. 1 on the International Cricket Council’s Test standings, however India will be buoyed by the knowledge it has won three of the previous four series against Australia, including a first ever series win on Australian soil in 2018-19. 

The men’s international summer will commence with the three-match Dettol ODI Series at the Sydney Cricket Ground (November 27, 29) and Manuka Oval, Canberra (December 2). That will be followed by the three-match Dettol T20 International Series at Manuka Oval, Canberra (December 4) and the Sydney Cricket Ground (December 6, 8). 

Both white ball series will be keenly contested. The Australian men’s team is fresh from an away ODI series win over world champions England, while India holds a slight edge over its rival in the 50-over format with a 12-10 win-loss record against Australia over the past five years.   

The Australian men’s team is currently ranked No. 1 in the world in the ICC’s T20I rankings and posted a thrilling 2-0 away series win over India last year. India, however, holds a 5-4 win-loss advantage over Australia in its past ten T20I matches. 

Nick Hockley, CA’s Interim Chief Executive Officer, thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India for working constructively with Cricket Australia despite the challenging coronavirus pandemic. 

“Across all three formats, Australia and India represents one of the great rivalries in world sport and we are delighted to welcome Virat Kohli’s outstanding squad to Australian shores this summer,” Hockley said.  

“We have worked closely with the BCCI for many months to bring this tour to life, and I cannot speak more highly of the professional, thorough and collaborative manner with which they have approached this tour in these extraordinary and complex times. 

“I would like to express my gratitude to everyone at the BCCI for the faith and support they have shown in the plan we have developed, which we believe will result in a safe and successful summer for all involved. 

“We would also like to especially thank the NSW Government for allowing players from both teams to safely prepare during quarantine, as well as other governments and health authorities who have worked with us to host a series which, I have no doubt, will live long in the memories of all who experience it. 

“I would also like to thank everyone across Australian cricket and our valued partners for working tirelessly to navigate through the challenges to deliver a schedule that will bring joy and excitement to hundreds of millions of fans at home and abroad. 

“The safety of the Australian community and all participants is our highest priority and we will continue to work with governments across Australia to ensure the schedule proceeds in line with relevant directions and biosecurity protocols. In relation to the Boxing Day Test at the MCG, we are working with the Victorian Government and the Melbourne Cricket Club on plans to safely host spectators at the iconic event with details to be confirmed in due course.”

NSW Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres said: “The NSW Government is pleased to support Cricket Australia and ensure that Australians get to see a Summer of cricket.” 

NSW Acting Minister for Sport, Geoff Lee said: “We can’t wait to host one of the world’s best teams for a terrific summer of cricket with the SCG ready to host the third test in January. NSW loves its cricket and we are so pleased we could work hand in hand with Cricket Australia to make this series happen.”

In addition to the international fixtures, CA can also confirm dates for tour matches ahead of the Vodafone Test series. India A will take on Australia A at Drummoyne Oval (December 6-8), and India will play Australia A in a day-night match at the Sydney Cricket Ground (December 11-13). 

India’s squad will arrive in Sydney on November 12 subject to Australian Border Force travel authorisation and the appropriate departure-approvals. The team will quarantine in Sydney prior to the first match of the series on November 27.  

Dettol ODI Series v India   

First ODI: Friday, November 27 – Sydney Cricket Ground (Day-Night) 

Second ODI: Sunday, November 29 – Sydney Cricket Ground (Day-Night) 

Third ODI: Wednesday, December 2 – Manuka Oval, Canberra (Day-Night) 

Dettol T20 INTL Series v India

First T20: Friday, December 4 – Manuka Oval, Canberra (Night) 

Second T20: Sunday, December 6 – Sydney Cricket Ground (Night) 

Third T20: Tuesday, December 8 – Sydney Cricket Ground (Night) 

Vodafone Test Series v India

First Test: December 17-21 – Adelaide Oval (Day-Night) 

Second Test: December 26-30 – Melbourne Cricket Ground 

Third Test: January 7-11 – Sydney Cricket Ground 

Fourth Test: January 15-19 – The Gabba, Brisbane 

*The matches and travel remain subject to any relevant government restrictions or requirements. 

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