COVID-19 has created an uncertain atmosphere across the globe. All cricketing activities have come to a halt. But it seems that things are gradually becoming normal. Australia has given some good news as they announced their full schedule for 2020-21 season. Australia will start their upcoming cricket season from 9th August with a series against Zimbabwe.

Here is the full schedule of Australian cricket team:

ODI Series against Zimbabwe

 Australia v Zimbabwe at TBA (August 9)

 Australia v Zimbabwe at TBA (August 12)

 Australia v Zimbabwe at Riverway Stadium, Townsville (August 15)

T20I Series against West Indies

 Australia v West Indies at Riverway Stadium, Townsville (October 4)

 Australia v West Indies at Cazaly’s Stadium Cairns (October 6)

 Australia v West Indies at Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast (October 9)

T20I Series against India

 Australia v India at the Gabba, Brisbane (October 11)

 Australia v India at Manuka Oval, Canberra (October 14)

 Australia v India at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (October 17)

One-off Test against Afghanistan

 Australia v Afghanistan at Perth Stadium, Perth (November 21-25)

Test Series against India

 Australia v India at the Gabba, Brisbane (December 3- 7)

 Australia v India at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (December 11 – 15)

 Australia v India at the MCG, Melbourne (December 26 – 30)

 Australia v India at the SCG, Sydney (January 3 – 7)

ODI Series against India

 Australia v India at Perth Stadium, Perth (January 12)

 Australia v India at the MCG, Melbourne (January 15)

 Australia v India at the SCG, Sydney (January 17)

ODI Series against New Zealand

 Australia v New Zealand ODI at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (January 26)

 Australia v New Zealand ODI at Manuka Oval, Canberra (January 29)

 Australia v New Zealand ODI at Blundstone Arena, Hobart (January 31)

One-off T20I against New Zealand

 Australia v New Zealand T20 at the SCG, Sydney (February 2)

Australia’s women’s international schedule

T20I Series against New Zealand

 Australia v New Zealand at North Sydney Oval, North Sydney (September 27)

 Australia v New Zealand at North Sydney Oval, North Sydney (September 29)

 Australia v New Zealand at North Sydney Oval, North Sydney (October 1)

ODI Series against New Zealand

 Australia v New Zealand at Riverway Stadium, Townsville (October 5)

 Australia v New Zealand at Cazaly’s Stadium, Cairns (October 7)

 Australia v New Zealand at Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast (October 10)

ODI Series against India

 Australia v India at Manuka Oval, Canberra (January 22)

 Australia v India at Junction Oval, St Kilda (January 25)  Australia v India at Blundstone Arena, Hobart (January 28)

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