After leaving the United Arab Emirates, the Indian cricket team has reached Australia to start their preparations for a much-anticipated series between the two nations. India will play three T20s, 3 ODIs and four Tests in their two month stay in Australia. Even though the first T20 will be played on November 27, the Indian squad led by skipper Virat Kohli reached early as they will now begin a 14-day quarantine-cum-training period on the outskirts of Sydney. The Indian contingent along with Australian stars such as David Warner, Steve Smith, Pat Cummins arrived late in the afternoon and were whisked away to the Sydney Olympic Park. With New South Wales government allowing the Indian team to train during the two-week quarantine period, their sessions will conducted at the Blacktown International Sports Park, which has also been turned into a bio-secure venue. Captain Kohli, who will return home after the opening Day/Night test in Adelaide (from December 17-21) for the birth of his first child in early January, is set to get a special treatment during quarantine period, according a report in ‘Daily Telegraph’.
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