Australia tour of India 2019 Schedule, Teams & Venues

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Australia tour of India 2019 Schedule, Teams & Venues

26 Jan 2019 033 Views Viral

After a historic tour Down Under, where Virat Kohli became the first Indian skipper to win a Test and bilateral ODI series, Team India is set to host the Australians for a 5-match ODI series followed by two T20Is.

The 5-match ODI series will be India's last International 50-over assignment before the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup which kicks off on May 30 in England and Wales.

Australia Tour of India 2019 Schedule


The Australia tour of India will commence in Bengaluru with a T20I on February 24 followed by the second game at Visakhapatnam on February 27 before the ODI series commences from March 02 in Hyderabad.

The caravan of the ODI series will then move to Nagpur for the second game on March 05 followed by the fixtures at Ranchi [March 08], Mohali [March 10] and will wind up at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on the 13th of March.

Australia Tour of India 2019 Teams/Squads


Both the sides are yet to announce their respective squad for the series. Stay Connected to this blog for the latest updates.

Australia Tour of India 2019 Venues


The Australians are set to travel the length and breadth of the country during their 2019 tour of India. While the series will commence down South at Bengaluru with a T20I on February 24, the caravan will then move on to Vizag, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Ranchi, Mohali and will finally culminate up North in Delhi.

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Here’s your complete guide to the venue and schedule for Australia tour of India, 2019



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