After 1991-92, India will play a five-match Test series on Australian soil again.


The Corona virus is currently causing a worldwide epidemic of corona virus, but with the end of the epidemic and the return of cricket to 22 yards, a five-match Test series between India and Australia is set to take place on Australian soil later this year. The Australian Cricket Board has made such a plan. Kevin Roberts, CEO of the Australian Cricket Board, said the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between Australia and India would be part of a five-match Test series again this year.

The last five-match Test series between India and Australia was held in 1991-92. Since then such a big Test series has never happened between these two countries. If all goes well, Corona will host another five-match Test series between the two countries next time. However, nothing can be said clearly about this right now.

The Australian Cricket Board is currently facing a major setback due to the cancellation of several bilateral series due to the corona virus. The Australian Cricket Board is looking at a five-match Test series with India to deal with the situation at the moment. However, this issue is still fully under discussion. In the end, if there is a five-match Test series, it will be in a spectator-free stadium.

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