Australia to travel India for a three-match ODI series next year

India will play a three match One-Day International series against Australia at home at some point in January 2020, in what is being viewed as a noteworthy move in the calendar of the Australian home season.

As per the new ICC Future Tours Program (FTP), Australia were planned to finish a three match ODI visit to India in late January 2020, however various reports expressed that Cricket Australia (CA) had mentioned the BCCI to move the series to later in the year. Be that as it may, the Indian board would not move and even purportedly demanded that the series start a few days sooner.

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So as the BCCI doesn’t ready to move the series, Australia have been compelled to drop a home ODI series against New Zealand which would have started after the New Year’s Test in Sydney. New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is comprehended to have agreed the postponement of their series and is seeing future dates to plan the equivalent.

“We’re very ease about it and sure a possibility can be organized,” a New Zealand Cricket representative told

A Cricket Australia representative stated: “We have been striving to rearrange the calendar to fit an adjustment in dates for the two ODI series, at home with New Zealand and away with India, toward the back of the Sydney test however there are essential exchange offs.

“As a game, we are lucky that we have three formats, a convincing international and domestic offering for the two people. Complexities are bound to and regularly emerge.

“What we are really going after is an answer that sees us respecting our duties to overseas boards, being adaptable to their evolving needs, offset with the need to plan a mid-year of cricket that works for the fans. We are sure we will figure out how to convey, with some trade-offs.”



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