Former Australia captain Steve Smith and former vice-captain David Warner were banned for a year, while Cameron Bancroft was banned for nine months after the ball-tampering controversy.
Australia are expecting a hard time in the away tour to England in the aftermath of the ball tampering controversy.
Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland said he would step down as chief executive next year but denied the ball-tampering scandal had played a part in the decision.
The Australia A’s tour to India is being seen as a preparatory step for Australia’s two-Test tour to Pakistan.
Justin Langer, who replaced Darren Lehmann after the former coach quit following the scandal, had previously said the team would need to earn back the respect of the cricketing world.
The West Australian company will become the men’s national team’s shirt sponsor across all three formats for home matches.
India’s refusal to play a day-night Test in Adelaide is selfish and hinders efforts to reinvigorate Test cricket, Australia’s former batsman Mark Waugh said.
Cricket Australia’s confirmation on the format came a day after BCCI wrote to CA CEO James Sutherland rejecting the proposal to hold a pink-ball Test.
Justin Langer was appointed as the new head coach of Australia with the 105-Test veteran holding the post for four years, beginning May 22.
The player review, to be overseen by former Test opener Rick McCosker, would also include fast bowler Pat Cummins and Darren Lehmann’s replacement as coach of the men’s team.
Cricket Australia (CA) will not be hurried into making a decision on their new coach, captain and vice-captain for their one-day side until the team for their tour of England is named.
Marcus Stoinis and fast bowlers Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson and Andrew Tye have been awarded central contracts with Cricket Australia for the first time
Cricket Australia will draw up a “charter” governing player behaviour in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal that has rocked the nation over the last fortnight, chairman David Peever said on Friday.
Steve Smith said as the captain of the Australian cricket team he takes full responsibility of the ball-tampering scandal and he is sorry about it.
Though some sponsors of Australian cricketers have pulled individual sponsorship deals, the decision by Magellan suggests the financial impact of the episode will go to the core.