#Mumbai: As time approaches, BCCI is seen to be serious about the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia. It is clear that Indian cricket wants to move forward with a certain outline. India will play a home series against Australia and South Africa, one of the two best teams in modern T20 cricket.
Before the T20 World Cup in October, Team India will play a T20I series against Australia and South Africa at home. In these two series before the World Cup, the management has the opportunity to see the cricketers of the team for the last time.
From that point of view, Rohit Sharma will prepare against the two countries before the World Cup. BCCI announced the schedule of the series against the two countries on Thursday. First there is a three-match T20I series against Australia. First match in Mohali on September 20. The remaining two matches will be played in Nagpur on September 23 and Hyderabad on September 25.
India will play again in three days after the series against Australia ends. The opponent is South Africa. Rohit will play the first T20 in Trivandrum on September 28. The remaining two matches of the series are in Guwahati on October 1 and Indore on October 3. The Indian team will leave for the T20 World Cup in Australia after playing this series.
After the T20 series, India will also play a three-match ODI series against South Africa. The series will begin on October 6. First match at Ranchi. The remaining two matches of the series will be played in Lucknow on October 9 and Delhi on October 11. Before the start of the ODI series, the Indian team will leave for Australia to play the T20 World Cup.
The cricketers of that team will not be available. However, according to BCCI sources, it will not be a problem. Because India has played two series at the same time before. The management will get a chance to see the young cricketers of the team. India will begin their World Cup campaign with a match against Pakistan in Melbourne on October 23. This match is a reply match for India. India lost the last interview by 10 wickets. Team India’s goal is to change this time.