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Tickets sold out for five of the six limited overs matches between Australia and India


Fahad PervezWeb Editor

21st Nov, 2020. 08:27 pm
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There are 1,900 seats available for Sydney's first ODI on November 27, with 50 per cent seats reserved for spectators at the stadium.
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There are 1,900 seats available for Sydney’s first ODI on November 27, with 50 per cent seats reserved for spectators at the stadium.

The series between Australia and India will feature four Tests, three ODIs and three T20I matches. The first two ODIs of the series are scheduled to be played in Sydney on November 27 and 29, while the third ODI will be played in Canberra on December 2.

The first match of the series will be played on December 4, 6 and 8. The first day-night Test of the series will start on December 17 in Adelaide, the second Test on December 26, the third Test on January 7 and the fourth Test on December 15 starting January.

On the other hand, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, referring to the India-Australia series, said that the absence of Virat Kohli in the Test series will increase the difficulties of the Indian team, while the return of Warner and Steve Smith to the Australian team will strengthen the team.

Shoaib Akhtar said that both India and Australia are strong teams. He said it would be interesting to see who proved to be better in Australia’s conditions and what the wickets would look like. Australia will try to take revenge the loss of the Test series two years ago against India.

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