Indians, Aussies to train in Mumbai ahead of series

Updated: 16 October 2009 08:46 IST

The Indian and Australian squads would be training for a few days at the Bandra-Kurla Complex ground of Mumbai Cricket Association.

Mumbai:

The Indian and Australian squads would be training for a few days at the Bandra-Kurla Complex ground of Mumbai Cricket Association before leaving for Vadodara for the opening match of the seven-ODI series on October 25.

"Both the teams would be having their practice sessions at the BKC," Cricket Board sources said.

The Aussies are to land in Mumbai on October 20 afternoon.

While the Indian squad, led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, are to assemble on October 20 and have their first session on that day, the Ricky Ponting-led Australian outfit would commence their preparations for the series the next day.

"The two teams would have their practice sessions at different times," Board sources added.

The first ODI, which was originally scheduled in Jaipur, would be held at Vadodara and is a day match.

The other matches are scheduled in Nagpur (October 28, D/N), Delhi (October 31, D/N), Mohali (November 2, D/N), Hyderabad (November 5, D/N), Guwahati (November 8, Day) and Mumbai (November 11, D/N).

Topics : Cricket Dhawal Kulkarni
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