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January 14, 2013
The schedule for the four-match Test series between India and Australia, starting on February 22, has been revised, with the first Test now to be held in Chennai as opposed to Delhi as planned earlier. The Test series will move from the country's southern cities to the north; from Chennai and Hyderabad to Mohali before finishing in Delhi.
The dates for the matches remain unchanged.
1st Test, Chennai - February 22-26
2nd Test, Hyderabad - March 2-6
3rd Test, Mohali - March 14-18
4th Test, Delhi - March 22-26
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