48 hours in the wake of arriving in Australia for the much-anticipated arrangement, the individuals from Team India hit the field and the gym to kick off the arrangements for their first global arrangement since March. As the players were at that point in a bio-bubble while in UAE, they were asked to remain in disconnection for just about two days.
It was Team India’s first open-air meeting since the long stretch of March. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took to Twitter to share looks from the training meeting which occurred before today. The individuals from Team India are in Sydney. According to the principles, no untouchable is permitted to observe the training meeting.
According to the protocol, the players are supposed to remain in isolate for a week or for 14 days. Be that as it may, the Indian team has been given relaxations as they were already a part of the bio bubble in the UAE for the IPL.
India To Lock Horns With Australia on 27th November
The most anticipated encounter between India and Australia will commence with the three-match ODI series. The 50-over matches will be played on November 27, 29 and December 2. Following the ODIs, the two groups will be up against each other for three T20Is which are to be played on December 4, 6 and 8.
After the finish of white-ball leg, the groups will edge into the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The first Test, beginning on December 17, will be a day/night undertaking to be played in Adelaide which also happens to be Virat Kohli‘s only test in Australia.
The Boxing Day Test, beginning December 26, will be played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). An estimate of 25,000 fans, every day, will be permitted to observe the MCG Test. Sydney (from January 7) and Brisbane (from January 15) will have the third and fourth Test, individually.
Once out, the boys also hit the gym!💪 pic.twitter.com/X3QL3uHQJy
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 14, 2020