Thursday, July 2, 2009

Venues of India vs Australia ODI Series 2009

If you want to get the live score and updates of the sixth ODI between India and Australia, then visit the following link:
India vs Australia 6th ODI 2009 Live Online Action

For live score and updates of the 5th ODI visit here:

For live updates of the India Australia 4th ODI match go here:

To get live score of India vs Australia 1st ODI, visit the following link:
India vs Australia 1st ODI Live Updates: 25 October 2009
The seven venues for the 7-match ODI series between India and Australia were declared by the Tournament and Fixture Committee of BCCI recently. The ODI series will take place between October 25 and November 11 after the ICC Champions Trophy which is scheduled to take place in South Africa in September.

The seven venues are: Guwahati, Mumbai, Jaipur, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Mohali and Nagpur. Dates have also been finalized as the seven matches will take place on Oct 25, Oct 28, Oct 31, Nov 2, Nov 5, Nov 8 and Nov 11, though the dates of the venues are yet to be finalized.

Australia’s last visit to India came in 2008 when the visitors were beaten by the Indians 2-0 in the three-match test series. That series was the last for two Indian legends Anil Kumble and Sourav Ganguly who retired from international cricket following the series. India is always a threat for the opposition team while playing on home ground. Moreover, Australia has not been in good form recently following a series of retirements of some of their great players over the last few years. So, it seems that cricket fans are going to have an interesting series between India and Australia in October-November 2009.


  1. Wrong venues, No Jaipur - Here is the real vanues

    25 October 1 in Vadodara ODI

    October 28 2nd ODI in Nagpur

    October 31 3rd ODI in Delhi

    November 2nd ODI at Mohali 4th

    November 5th ODI 5 in Hyderabad

    November 8 6th ODI at Guwahati

    11 November 7 ODI in Mumbai.

  2. Thanks for indicating the matter. Yes, it should be Chandigarh, in stead of Jaipur.
    I apologize for the mistake.