HAMILTON, NEW ZEALAND - FEBRUARY 05: Trent Boult of New Zealand is mobbed by teammates after taking the last wicket Josh Hazlewood of Australia to win game three of the One Day International series between New Zealand and Australia at Seddon Park on February 5, 2017 in Hamilton, New Zealand. (Photo by Anthony Au-Yeung/Getty Images)

Australia are set to play nine white ball games against Sri Lanka and New Zealand following the completion of the Ashes, however, the venues for those matches are well and truly up in the air.

Matches are currently scheduled to be hosted all around the country, with three ODIs against New Zealand to be played in Perth, Hobart and Sydney, before a T20 against the Trans-Tasman rivals in Canberra.

That series is set to be followed with a five-match T20 series against Sri Lanka in Sydney, Brisbane, The Gold Coast, Adelaide and Melbourne.

All the while, Australia's red ball team will be gearing up for a three-Test tour of Pakistan early in March, while a reciprocal three-match T20 tour of New Zealand is set to be played at the same time as the Test tour.

According to a Daily Telegraph report however, Cricket Australia are currently working through a revised fixture which will see the three ODIs against New Zealand played in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne, meaning Perth and Hobart would lose their matches.

The match in Perth is set down for January 30, before their state borders open on February 5, while there is a feeling that with COVID spreading rapidly, the requirements on players and broadcasters should be made as easy as possible and allow all matches to be played as centrally as possible.

Cricket Tasmania's chief executive Dominic Baker said the state board is well aware they could lose the match.

“There is a lot of discussion going on about the one day series,” Baker said.

“At the moment it is scheduled to have nine games in nine cities over a couple of weeks. I think it would be fair to say that is going to be difficult to pull off.

“No decision has been made yet and look, to be really frank, we are just concentrating on the Test match at the moment.”