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The much-anticipated Test series between India and Australia is keeping everyone excited. Even though the series is far away from now, it has already taken its toll on the fans. This is because two of the best Test-playing nations will be up against each other. 

India and Australia this time around will be locking horns with each other in the five-match Test series. Till the last series, two teams were inclined to just four games but the boards of both teams came to the conclusion that from next series, it would be a five-game series. 

India will be touring Australia for the five-match Test series in December and January. Although the dates for the series are yet to be announced, as per the reports in Code Sports, the venue for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2024-25 has been revealed. 

The first match between the teams is slated to take place in the Optus Stadium in Perth. The second game between India and Australia will be a day and night fixture that will be played in Adelaide. The third Test is expected to be played at Gabba in Brisbane. 

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Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) will be hosting the fourth game and the series will conclude in Sydney. With the kind of cricket both the teams have played, it’s fair to say that it will be a cracker jacker of a series to witness. 

The likely venues for the Test series between India vs Australia 2024-25: 

1st Test – Perth 

2nd Test – Adelaide [D/N]

3rd Test – Gabba

4th Test – MCG

5th Test – SCG

India would be eager to win their third Test series in Australia on Trott 

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India have been extremely dominant on their last two tours to Australia. They clinched the series in 2018 and marked their first-ever series win down under. In the very next tour in 2020-21, they were superb as the second-string Indian team scripted history. 

They would be hoping to achieve the same this time around and win their third consecutive series on Trott. This time around it would be an inexperienced team and under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, they would want to script history.