The second O-Test between the two countries at Bengaluru, the first since November 18, will be played at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.
The second Test between the sides is scheduled for January 15 in the presence of the Prime Minister.
India-Australia, which won the last two Tests against Sri Lanka in Chennai, has taken 10 wickets in three matches against the hosts.
They have scored 12 runs in the first innings and 18 runs in their last six overs.
India’s opener Mankesh Singh has taken four wickets while the left-arm spin duo Rishi Bhatia and Murali Singh have taken six wickets.
The third O-test, which will be held on January 23, will see India-AUS take three wickets against Sri Lankan opener Virat Kohli.
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