Some big fixtures on the calendar for Aussie cricket fans.
Cricket Australia has revealed their fixtures for the 2018/19 season, with a renewed focus on avoiding clashes with the Big Bash League.
India, South Africa, Sri Lanka and New Zealand are among the 22 matches the Australian cricket team will play over the season, with the first match - a Twenty20 fixture against South Africa - sure to get fans salivating at the Gold Coast's Metricon Stadium.
Cricket Australia CEO, James Sutherland, said the fixture changes allows fans the best chance to see their heroes over multiple formats.
"Our men's international season structure changes slightly this summer, with one-day and T20 international matches against South Africa and India in November," Sutherland told cricket.com.au
"This will be a win for fans, with less overlap with the Big Bash, giving Australians the opportunity to see Australia's best players involved in limited-overs cricket at international and domestic level."
2018-19 International Schedule (source: cricket.com.au)
Commonwealth Bank Women's Series v New Zealand
First T20: North Sydney Oval, September 29
Second T20: Allan Border Field, Brisbane, October 1
Third T20: Manuka Oval, Canberra, October 5
First ODI: WACA Ground, February 22
Second ODI: Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide, February 24
Tour match: GG's XI v NZ, Drummoyne Oval, February 28
Third ODI: Junction Oval, Melbourne, March 3
Gillette Series v South Africa
Tour match: PM's XI v South Africa, Manuka Oval, Canberra, October 31
First ODI: Perth Stadium, November 4
Second ODI: Adelaide Oval, November 9
Third ODI: Blundstone Arena, Hobart, November 11
Only T20: Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast, November 17
India Men's tour of Australia
First T20: Gabba, November 21
Second T20: MCG, November 23
Third T20: SCG, November 25
First Test: Adelaide Oval, December 6-10
Second Test: Perth Stadium, December 14-18
Third Test: MCG, December 26-30
Fourth Test: SCG, January 3-7
First ODI: SCG, January 12
Second ODI: Adelaide Oval, January 15
Third ODI: MCG, January 18
Sri Lanka Men's tour of Australia
First Test: Gabba, January 24-28 (D/N)
Second Test: Manuka Oval, February 1-5