As the cricket season approaches all India vs Australia 2020 eagerly anticipate another series of matches. With the Indian team scheduled to tour Australia and play a total of 10 matches against the Australian team. Both teams contain seasoned players and had impressive victories last year. The series includes several games sets that’s are part of first-time world events. The series of matches which everyone most likely will be watching. The most will be the test matches whose outcome inside the next chapter of old rival. The only thing that concerns everyone about the series is the potential complications of the coronavirus.
The India vs Australia 2020 series will take place from October 2020 to January 2021. The series will consist of three One-Day International, three Twenty20 International, and the annual four Test matches. Particularly the test series this year will be included in the inaugural 2019 to 2021 ICC World Test Championship.
Also, the One-Day International matches are part of the inaugural 2022 to 2022 Cricket World Cup Super League. All the series matches are scheduled times except the Twenty20 International matches. Which are schedule to take place just before the 2020 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
As far as the season goes there will be many firsts, fortunately the officials read on the majority of the details. One exception to this being the Board of Control for Cricket in India. They requested in February 2020 that one of the test series matches be a day/night fixture in the series.
Probably the most anticipated part of this series are the test matches which will determine who the holder of the Border–Gavaskar Trophy. The trophy had been the possession of Australia up until 2017 when India managed to regain possession of it.
The trophy has remained with India ever since, the team managing the necessary two victories in the 2018 and 2019. This trophy has been at the center of a long-standing rivalry ever since 2011. When Australia with what at the time was considered an inferior team won the trophy from a formidable Indian team.
To add insult to injury the India team loss all four of the test matches by a substantial number of runs. Fortunately, both teams are formidable this time so there should not be a repeat by either side of the 2011 series run numbers.
The biggest concern this year series has been the coronavirus specifically how to keep the players and fans safe. Since April Australia’s cricket board has been looking for creative solutions to the problem such as playing all test matches without spectators.
Another concern is the fact that Australia has temporarily banned all international travel to prevent further spread of the coronavirus. In May the BCCI stated that they would be willing to what the team into a two-week warranty to ensure that the tour goes forward.
At this time, it looks like the series will go foreword and promises to have some of the most intense matches of the year.
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