Jasprit Bumrah posted a video of him batting in a match where his knock helped Gujarat beat Goa.
Cricket fixtures in England have been cancelled until May 28 due to the pandemic, with further delays likely given the British government's announcement on Thursday of a further three weeks of lockdown.
Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets at the MCG to win their fifth World Cup title on this day in 2015.
As reaction to James Faulkner's "boyfriend" post gained momentum, he took to social media again saying "there seems to be a misunderstanding".
James Faulkner has been a journeyman who has been a part of several franchises.
India vs Australia has been the stage from some superb performances.
India and Australia will play five ODIs and three T20 Internationals, starting with the first 50-over game here on September 17.
The limited-overs specialists, who arrived from Australia via Singapore, were: Nathan Coulter-Nile, James Faulkner, Aaron Finch, Travis Head, Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa, and Kane Richardson.
James Faulkner, who was the Man of the Match in the 2015 World Cup final, was a surprise omission from the Australian squad for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 that was held in June in England and Wales.
The most notable inclusion in the ODIs is James Faulkner who got a call-up after missing out on the Champions Trophy squad.
Matthew Wade's maiden ODI ton boosted Australia to 268 for nine off their 50 overs after the batting top order had slumped to 78 for five
Shaun Marsh has a fractured finger and James Faulkner suffered a calf injury in training. Australia's selection panel have called up Usman Khawaja for Marsh but said Faulkner will not be replaced in the squad.
Glenn Maxwell gained 16 places in the ICC T20I Batsmen Rankings, which is led by Virat Kohli with Australia's Aaron Finch in second place
Australia, who won the first match after scoring a world record 263, rode on opener Glenn Maxwell's 29-ball 66 to chase down their 129-run target with 13 balls to spare
James Faulkner, who became the sixth Australian to take an ODI hat-trick, triggered a late collapse along with Mitchell Starc to restrict the hosts at 288
James Faulkner became the sixth Australian to take an ODI hattrick
James Faulkner's hattrick and Matthew Wade's gritty half-century went in vain as Australia lost to Sri Lanka by 82 runs in the second of five-match ODI series in Colombo on Wednesday. Catch highlights of the second ODI between Sri Lanka and Australia here
Australia, who suffered their first series whitewash against the hosts in the three Tests, chased down 228 in 46.5 overs at the R Premadasa Stadium to lead the five-match ODI series 1-0