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Australia Series: Watch the Indian cricket team depart for Australia tour

The Indian cricket team on Wednesday left for a two-month-long visit through Australia where it will mean to expand on the notable Test arrangement win two years prior.

The BCCI tweeted photos of the Indian unexpected before takeoff with the players brandishing tweaked PPE packs for movement in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Most of the Indian team individuals were contending in the IPL and following the finish of their separate group's mission, they moved to the bio-bubble made for the public group here.

Test masters like Cheteshwar Pujara and the care staff had shown up here a month ago to enter the public group bio-bubble.

Rohit Sharma, who drove Mumbai Indians to a record fifth IPL title on Tuesday night, and Ishant Sharma, who is recuperating from inner slanted muscle tear injury at the NCA in Bengaluru, will join the group later. The two of them are just essential for the Test crew.

The selectors had added Rohit to the Test crew after at first barring him because of the hamstring injury he supported a month ago. In any case, he made an unexpected rebound for the last alliance round of the IPL and proceeded to play two additional games, including the highest point conflict.

India's main Test wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha is likewise going with the crew after he supported wounds to two of his hamstrings during his side Sunrisers Hyderabad's IPL game on November 3.

"A call on his availability will be taken later," the BCCI had said when it reported the updated crew on November 9.

The Indian group will land in Sydney where it will go through a 14-day isolate during which it has been permitted to prepare.

Indian cricket team plays three ODIs, three T20s, and four Tests beginning November 27. The ODI and T20 arrangement will be played in Sydney and Canberra from November 27 to December 8.

The eagerly awaited Test arrangement starts with the Day-Night Test at Adelaide from December 17. Captain Virat Kohli has been allowed paternity leave after the principal Test as he and his better half Anushka Sharma is anticipating their first youngster.

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