Virat Kohli is in danger of losing his number-one Test ranking that he has held since the Edgbaston Test against England in August.
Steve Smith and David Warner's bans will end on March 30, 2019 while Cameron Bancroft's will end in December this year.
The Indian cricket team was mocked by an Australian tabloid after reaching Adelaide for the opening Test of the four-match series.
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis opened up on why India will challenge Australia in the upcoming four-match Test series.
Cameron Bancroft will complete his 9-month suspension next month while the Steve Smith and David Warner (serving 12-month bans respectively) will have to sit out for another three months.
Michael Clarke also rejected suggestions that he helped create a culture that led to the ball-tampering scandal.
The Australians have endured a dire run of form since the ball-tampering scandal, losing 17 matches out of 24 in all formats.
Victorians coach Mohammad Salahuddin said Steve Smith will join the team as a replacement for Pakistan's Shoaib Malik.
Steve Smith and David Warner are being quietly eased back into the fold to help their bowlers combat Virat Kohli.
CA interim chairman Earl Eddings had said the board had determined that it is not appropriate to make any changes to the sanctions handed down to the three players.
Virat Kohli thinks India need to focus on the little things to come out on top.
Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will all have to serve their full bans for ball-tampering.
Faf du Plessis said that he thinks it is important for the former Australian skipper to stay strong through the turmoil.
Steve Smith was retained by Rajasthan Royals while David Warner was retained by SunRisers Hyderabad for the IPL 2019.
Sourav Ganguly also said that this is India's best chance to win a Test series in Australia.
Cameron Bancroft's 9-month ban will end on December 29, 2018.
In absence of David Warner and Steve Smith, Australia lost their previous Test series 0-1 against Pakistan.
David Warner and Steve Smith are currently serving 12-month bans from the Australian national team after being found guilty in the ball-tampering controversy.