"This tour is a part of the exchange programme that has been initiated by BCCI along with CA and Cricket South Africa - to provide increased exposure to our upcoming players and an opportunity to familiarise and compete in overseas conditions."
Mumbai, April 11 - The India A cricket team will tour Australia in July-August to play two four-day games followed by a limited overs quadrangular series.

The team will play two four-day games against Australia A and participate in a limited-overs quadrangular series featuring South Africa A, Australia A and Cricket Australia's - National Performance Squad, said Board of Control for Cricket in India - secretary Sanjay Patel.

This tour is a part of the exchange programme that has been initiated by BCCI along with CA and Cricket South Africa - to provide increased exposure to our upcoming players and an opportunity to familiarise and compete in overseas conditions.

The two four-day matches will be played July 6-9 and 13-16 at the Allan Border Field in Brisbane while the quadrangular series will be played from July 20 to Aug 2 in the Northern Territory.


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