After stunning India in the first test in Pune, Australia will be looking to claim an unlikely 2-0 series lead with another win in the second test at Bangalore, starting on Saturday.
Australia begin one of the greatest challenges in world cricket when they take on India in the first of a four-match test series at Pune’s Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, starting on Thursday.
After securing the series with a dramatic win in Geelong on Sunday, Sri Lanka will look to execute a rare 3-0 whitewash with victory over Australia at the Adelaide Oval in the final T20I on Wednesday.
The series is on the line for Australia when they entertain Sri Lanka in the second T20I at Geelong’s Simonds Stadium on Sunday night.
On Friday night Australia will host Sri Lanka in the first of a three match T20I series, with the MCG the venue for the series opener.
After a thrilling win in the series opener, New Zealand will be hoping to secure the Chappell-Hadlee trophy with victory over Australia in the second ODI at McLean Park on Thursday.
After a washout in Napier, New Zealand and Australia will head to Hamilton for the third and final ODI to be played at Seddon Park on Sunday.
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In their first semi-final appearance in four years, the Brisbane Heat will be looking to progress to just their second BBL final by overcoming the Sydney Sixers at the Gabba on Wednesday night.
Having secured the series in Sydney, Australia will be hoping to ram home their advantage with victory against Pakistan in the fifth and final ODI at the Adelaide Oval on Australia Day.