Melbourne:Unfazed by the recent blasts in Delhi, Cricket Australia has ruled out pushing for a relocation of the third Test against India scheduled at the national capital unless advised to do so by security experts.
"We are not due to go to New Delhi for the best part of a month and I would guess that unless our security advice changes, I wouldn't expect our plans to change," CA spokesman Peter Young was quoted as saying by 'The Age'.
"Certainly the briefings we have been getting have suggested no immediate need to change our processes. Our advice is that there is no specific concern about cricket," he added.
Delhi has been rocked by weekend blasts over the past fortnight. The latest one on Saturday killed three people.
New Delhi is scheduled to host the Aussies from October 29 to November 2 in the third of four-match series.