- February 6, 2023
India vs Australia 2023 Tour – Squad, Schedule, Venue, Livestream
India vs Australia 2023 Tour
The first match of this Border – Gavaskar Trophy Series in 2023 will take place in Nagpur, followed by Delhi, Dharamshala, and Ahmedabad Stadium for the remaining three matches.
There was immense excitement for the match; thus, Nagpur, Dharamshala, and Delhi have selected Ahmedabad as the site for the highly-anticipated four-Test series between India and Australia.
If you’re looking to find out more information about India vs Australia tour ODI and Test Series 2023, then stay tuned in this article where we will give you complete details.
India will play four Test matches against Australia starting on Thursday, February 09 2023 at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur.
The tossing of the coin will take place thirty minutes prior to the start of the match at 09:00 AM.
Rohit Sharma will lead India and Pat Cummins will captain the Australian side.
Australia Tour of India 2023
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy is set to be wrapped up with an intriguing four-match series beginning on February 09 and lasting until March 13.
There will be a week’s break between the second and third Test matches which are slated for Dharamshala from 1st to 5th March. It will definitely be a captivating finale!
The highly anticipated Australia tour of India in 2023 is all set to begin on Thursday, February 09. According to official cricket sources, the bilateral series will consist of three One Day Internationals matches across Mumbai, Vizag, and Chennai.
During the months of February and March 2023, India will be hosting four Test matches and three Day Internationals with Australia.
The last match of the series between the two countries will be held in Chennai on March 22, 2023.
India vs Australia Test Squad Team Players List 2023
The Indian squad for their upcoming Test series against Australia has been announced. Revealing the names of those selected, we can see that 20 players make up the team. The list consists of the following members who will take on their opponents in 2023.
The Indian squad for India vs Australia Test series in 2023 is a well-balanced one, with some of the best batsmen and bowlers in their respective fields. Rohit Sharma will be leading this team as captain, while KL Rahul will be his vice-captain.
The squad consists of two wicketkeepers, Ishan Kishan and K S Bharat. Ravindra Jadeja was also part of the team but his inclusion will be conditional on his fitness.
The batting line up looks formidable with Shubman Gill at the top, followed by Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli. Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav provide great depth to this batting order as well.
In terms of spin bowling options, R Ashwin and Axar Patel are expected to play an important role along with Kuldeep Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja providing additional support.
To finish off proceedings on the pace bowling front, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, and Umesh Yadav should form a good trifecta of pacemen alongside Jaydev Unadkat who has recently made a comeback into international cricket after some impressive domestic performances over the last couple of years.
- Rohit Sharma Captain
- KL Rahul Vice Captain
- KS Bharat Wicketkeeper
- Ishan Kishan Wicketkeeper
- Subhman Gill
- Virat Kohli
- Shreyas Iyer
- Kuldeep Yadav
- R Ashwin
- Akshat Patel
- Ravindra Jadeja
- Mohd Shami
- Umesh Yadav
- Suryakumar Yadav
- Jaydev Unadkat
- Mohd Siraj.
Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Scott Boland and Lance Morris were selected as fast bowlers; however, Starc will be absent from the opening test at Nagpur due to a finger injury but will join up with the team afterward.
This squad reflects the depth and quality of talent available in Australian cricket right now. With Pat Cummins as captain, this team has a wealth of experience and skill to draw upon.
Ashton Agar is a left arm spinner who can be relied upon for economical spells.
Scott Boland is an experienced swing bowler who bowls at great pace whilst Alex Carey provides an aggressive batting option down the order along with Cameron Green’s all-round capabilities.
Josh Hazlewood will add more variation to the bowling attack while Peter Handscomb brings dependable middle-order batsmanship skills to the side.
Travis Head, Usman Khawaja and Marnus Labuschagne provide solidity to Australia’s top order while Nathan Lyon offers spin options from one end and Lance Morris’ leg spin could prove handy on turning tracks.
Todd Murphy adds another dynamic element with his off-spinners whereas Matthew Renshaw can come in useful when conditions are conducive for batting first up or when teams are looking for quick runs towards the end of innings.
Steve Smith will always provide value with his incredible technique, Mitchell Starc’s express pace adds further depth to Australia’s bowling resources while Mitchell Swepson is yet another crafty spinner in.
Though Josh Hazlewood is ruled out of the first test match against India.
- Pat Cummins Captain
- Iger Cameron
- Green Alex
- Carey Josh
- Usman Khawaja
- Marnas Lavsachne
- Matthew Ranshaw
- Steve Smith
- David Warner
- Mitchell Swepson
- Mitchell Starc
- Los Maris
- Nathan Lyon
- Escort Boland
- Peter Handscomb.
India vs Australia Test series will commence on February 09, with a 9.30AM start in Nagpur, continuing in Dharamshala, Delhi and Ahmedabad.
On February 09, the Mastercard Australia tour of India for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy will commence in Nagpur.
This much-anticipated trip will see Team India contest three Test matches in Delhi, Dharamsala, and Ahmedabad.
The Border-Gavaskar Trophy will be contested in a four-match test series and the one-day internationals will follow, taking place across three cities: Mumbai, Vizag, and Chennai.
India vs Australia Test Series 2023 will be accessible on Disney+ Hotstar App and website, as well as the Star Sports Network in India.
Those wanting to watch the IND vs AUS Border-Gavaskar Trophy Test Series 2023 can do so via these platforms.