The tour starts with a 3-match ODI series that starts on November 27, followed by 3 T20Is and 4 Tests.
India's squads for the series did hold a few surprises. Mohammed Siraj was called up to the Test squad, while T Natarajan replaced the injured Varun Chakravarthy in the T20I team. Sanju Samson was named as the backup wicket-keeper in the limited-overs teams, with Rishabh Pant on the plane only for the longest format of the game.
White-ball vice-captain Rohit Sharma has been named only in the red-ball squad, while captain Virat Kohli will miss the final three Tests on paternity leave. In Rohit's absence, KL Rahul has been named as Kohli's deputy.
India won their first-ever Test series in Australia a couple of years ago, and they would be keen on retaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
IND vs AUS 2020: India's tour of Australia schedule
First ODI - November 27: Australia vs India, SCG
Second ODI - November 29: Australia vs India, SCG
Third ODI - December 1: Australia vs India, Manuka Oval
First T20I - December 4: Australia vs India, Manuka Oval
Second T20I - December 6: Australia vs India, SCG
Third T20I - December 8: Australia vs India, SCG
First Test - December 17-21 (D/N): Australia vs India, Adelaide Oval
Second Test - December 26-30: Australia vs India, MCG
Third Test - January 7-11 : Australia vs India, SCG
Fourth Test - January 15-19: Australia vs India, The Gabba
Published 11 Nov 2020, 10:06 IST