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India vs Australia Test series may begin from December 3, 2020: Reports

According to reports, CA Chief Executive Kevin Roberts will make it official on Friday and the plan does not include any quarantine hub for the Indian cricket team

Virat Kohli looks to the umpire after he and opposing captain, Australia's Tim Paine came face to face after Kohli moved into Paine's path during play in the second cricket test between Australia and India in Perth | Photo: AP/PTI
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Virat Kohli looks to the umpire after he and opposing captain, Australia's Tim Paine came face to face during Ind vs Aus 2nd test in Perth. There has been speculation around the fate of India tour of Australia amid Covid-19. File photo: AP/PTI

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Cricket Australia (CA) has identified four venues for the financially crucial Test series against India. The first match of India vs Australia four-match Test series Down Under is tentatively set for a December 3 start in Brisbane, according to local media reports.
 
Two Australian media outlets -- 7news.com.au and the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH) -- reported that the schedule for the Tests series has been finalised.
 
According to reports, CA Chief Executive Kevin Roberts will make it official on Friday and the plan does not include any quarantine hub or "bio bubble" for the visitors.
 
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First Published: May 28 2020 | 12:28 PM IST

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