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India 'A' to tour Australia in July-August

The India 'A' cricket team will tour Australia in July-August to play two four-day games followed by a limited overs quadrangular series.

New Delhi: The Indian 'A' team will tour Australia for two-four-day matches and a limited-over Quadrangular cricket series from July 6 to August 2.

The Indian 'A' team will start their tour with two four-day games against Australia 'A' at the Allan Border Field in Queensland before participating in the Quadrangular series, featuring South Africa 'A', Australia 'A', and Cricket Australia's National Performance Squad (NPS).

The first four-day nmatch will be held from July 6 to 9 followed by the second game from July 13 to 16. The Quadrangular series will start on July 20 and will end on August 2.

The tour is a part of the exchange programme that has been initiated by BCCI along with Cricket Australia and Cricket South Africa to provide increased exposure to our upcoming players and an opportunity to familiarise and compete in overseas conditions.

Schedule:

July 6-9: 1st four-day match between India A and Australia at Queensland.
July 13-16: 2nd four-day match between India A and Australia A at Queensland.

Quandragular series:

July 20: Australia A vs India A at Marrara, Northern Territory.
South Africa A vs NPS at Northline, Northern Territory.
July 22: Australia A vs NPS at Marrara, Northern Territory.
India A vs South Africa A at Gardens Oval, Northern Territory.
July 24: Australia A vs South Africa A at Northline, Northern Territory.
India A vs NPS at Gardens Oval, Northern Territory.
July 26: NPS vs Australia A at Marrara, Northern Territory.
South Africa A vs India A at Gardens Oval, Northern Territory.
July 29: Australia A vs Sout Africa A at Marrara, Northern Territory.
NPS vs India A at Northline, Northern Territory.
July 31: Australia A vs India A at Mararra, Northern Territory.
NPS vs South Africa A at Gardens Oval, Northern Territory.
August 2: Final - 1 vs 2 at Marrara, Northern Territory.
3 vs 4 at Gardens Oval, Northern Territory.

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