2014/15 Australia, India cricket Test schedule reshuffled
December 2, 2014, 6:40:37 CET | Wikinews

The 2014/15 Test cricket series between Australia and India has been reshuffled, announced Monday night, after the scheduled first match was postponed. Adelaide Oval is now scheduled to host the first match from December 9.

"Players will look to prepare themselves with the dedication and commitment that is a trademark of our Australian Test cricketers. There is no doubt that their return to the field will be enormously challenging, particularly for those who were present on the SCG [Sydney Cricket Ground] last week," Australian Cricketers' Association head Alistair Nicholson said.

The Gabba, in Brisbane, is to host the second Test from December 17. This allows a minimum break of five days before the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Sydney's New Year's Test has been delayed to begin January 6. The limited overs schedule, due to start on January 12, is unaffected.

Source: Wikinews
Share this article:
share article on facebook share article on twitter share article on google+ share article on tumblr share article on blogger share article on reddit

Articles that may interest you:


2014 Gabba cricket Test postponed

Thursday's cricket Test match between Australia and India at the Gabba in Brisbane has been...

Lindt cafe in Sydney reopens after siege

The Lindt cafe in Sydney, Australia reopened on Friday, after a siege at the cafe three mon...

Thousands gather in Jantar Mantar and other c...

Friday, June 30, 2017  Crime and law Related articles 30 June 2017: Thousands gather in...
Send us your articles and web-novels!
comments powered by Disqus
Most popular


Recently Viewed:


2014/15 Australia, India cricket Test schedule reshu...

The 2014/15 Test cricket series between Australia and India has been reshuffled, announced M...


US Soccer: Seattle Sounders defeat Portland Timbers

In Seattle, on Sunday, Seattle Sounders FC beat the Portland Timbers 1–0 in the Cascadia Cup...


Three suicide bombings in Yemen kill security personnel

ss="published">Friday, July 22, 2016  Yemen Related articles 22 July 2016: Three suicide...


Maria Contreras-Sweet Group buys The Weinstein Compa...

Economy and business Related articles 4 March 2018: Maria Contreras-Sweet Group buys The ...


Frank Warren signs steelworker Simon Barclay

Simon Barclay has said he expects to be in British title contention within two years after s...

Automotive
Reviews | Technology | Projects & Tuning | Events | Racing
Business & Technology
Business & Economy | Mobile | Internet & Media | Security & Privacy | Gadgets & Tech | Software
Lifestyle
Health, Food & Fitness | Fashion | Gardening | DIY | Homes
Society
Accidents | Crime | Culture | Finance | Politics
Science & Environment
Wildlife | Green | Space
Gaming
Reviews
Society
Accidents | Crime | Culture | Finance | Politics
Travel
MM-iNEWS
Copyright & Privacy | Site Roadmap | Sitemap | Contact
Web Development @ OverHertz Ltd
Ω