SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 10: Australian captain Steve Smith holds the Border-Gavskar trophy aloft after winning the series during day five of the Fourth Test match between Australia and India at Sydney Cricket Ground on January 10, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Australia's tour of India that begins in late February is in danger of a massive venue overhaul, as the Lodha Panel in India are currently demanding structural reforms all over the country.

The Australian reported that the Lodha Panel is happy to move all four Tests to Jaipur and Nagpur if the four states that are currently scheduled to host Tests - Pune, Bangalore, Ranchi and Dharamsala - don't comply with the Panel's demands.

“Henceforth, starting with the series against Australia, matches will be played only in those stadiums whose associations have complied with the panel’s recommendations,” a Lodha Panel spokesman told the Indian media.

“If need be, Jaipur and Nagpur will host all the matches of the ­series. The other state associations have been given enough time to comply but not anymore.”

In the light of the news, Cricket Australia have confirmed they have agreed to play wherever the Indian cricket authorities decide to play the Tests.