While India will play six T20 international matches against Australia and South Africa, which will serve as a dress rehearsal for the T20 World Cup Down Under, a separate team will play three over 50 matches against the Proteas , with Shikhar Dhawan as captain.
Mohali will host the first T20I against Australia (September 20) while Nagpur (September 23) and Hyderabad (September 25) will host the second and third respectively.
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The home series against South Africa will start in Thiruvananthapuram on September 28.
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The second T20I will be played on October 2 followed by the final game in Indore on October 4.
The action will move to Lucknow on October 6 where the ODI series will kick off. Ranchi and Delhi will host the second and third ODIs respectively on October 9 and 11, but the series will have no World Cup-related players.