With the fixtures for the series coming out soon, the venues are almost decided.
Sydney and Canberra are looking to host the Limited-overs leg of the tour once government clearance is available.
Discussions are going on Down-Under about the training and quarantine facilities provided for the Indian side.
Once the government and CA agree with the training and quarantine options available, a decision will be taken on the schedule.
New South Wales, Queensland, and South Australia are in talks with the government as well.
Going by the preceding, New South Wales seems set to host the initial stage of matches.
They seem to allow the form of quarantine and training the Indian team has asked for before the matches begin.
The Indian side will be going to the tour after the IPL ends.
After the Indian Premier League, there will be a camp for the Indian players and the test specialists.
The camp helps players like Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari get some match practice before an extended tour.
The tour will be India’s first international assignment during the pandemic.
They last visited Australia in 2018 when they won both the test and one-day series. It was their first ever test-series win in Australia