The Indian cricket team's 2014-15 tour of Australia is the last time when it would have played both the Tests and tri-nation ODI series together as it will be split into two separate tours from now on, said Cricket Australia's Chief Executive James Sutherland.
The tri-nation ODI series in Australia has seen several notable and some controversial moments over the years that have changed the game of cricket forever. Here are some of them...
Ecstatic to have scored in a pressure situation, England batsman James Taylor yesterday said he derived a lot of satisfaction after his side pulled off a win against India from a tricky position to secure a place in the ODI tri-series final
Kumar Sangakkara's masterful double of a century and a world-record wicketkeeping performance inspired Sri Lanka to a 34-run win over New Zealand in their one-day series finale in Wellington on Thursday
Michael Clarke may just meet the fitness deadline to lead the national team into the World Cup, even as many Australia cricket officials are mulling appointing Steven Smith as full-time captain
Rain played spoilsport as the tri-series cricket match between India and Australia was today abandoned with the two teams sharing the points, which left the visiting side in with a chance to make it to the final
Following a rest day, the Indian cricket team returned to practice at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday ahead of their third ODI of the tri-series, against Australia here on Monday
Opener Ian Bell's fourth ODI century Friday propelled England to 303 for eight in their tri-series clash against Australia at the Blundstone Arena here, as the home side finished with a team hat-trick
Over the last year, there have been instances where Indian captain MS Dhoni has managed to get out in the very situations he excelled in throughout his career in the limited-overs format
His decision to bat first backfired today as India were dismissed for a paltry 153 against England and skipper put the blame on his batsmen for their nine-wicket loss against India
England opener Ian Bell and James Taylor score unbeaten half centuries to help England register a 9-wicket win over India in the third ODI in Brisbane; pacer Steven Finn scalped 5/33 earlier today
Kane Williamson made a welcome return to the New Zealand side with an elegant century to set up a four-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the fourth one-day international today
Steven Smith will captain Australia in Friday's Carlton Mid ODI Tri-Series match against England in Hobart in the absence of suspended George Bailey, Cricket Australia said today
Australia captain was suspended for one One-Day International (ODI) and fined 20 percent of his match fee while his players were fined 10 percent for maintaining a slow over-rate during their match against India
Tempers flared once again during the second one-dayer of the ongoing cricket tri-series when Indian opener and Australian batsman got involved in a verbal exchange at the MCG, here yesterday
Rohit Sharma's rollicking century went in vain as Australia survived a few anxious moments before pulling off a tense four-wicket win over India in a cricket Tri-series ODI match
MS Dhoni continues to be tight-lipped over why he quit Test cricket; tells journalists that BCCI's press release on his quitting 'explained everything'
After a fielding-only drill, the Indian team returned to the grind yesterday with an intense net session here
Australia, England start their World Cup preparations Down Under with tri-nation series from today
Sri Lanka ruised to a six-wicket win in the second one-day international against New Zealand today, thanks to a masterful century from Tillakaratne Dilshan and a comedy of errors from the Black Caps