CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA - FEBRUARY 28: Darren Lehmann of Australia looks on during an Australian nets session at Newlands Stadium on February 28, 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Australia will be without coach Darren Lehmann for the one-day leg of the tour of New Zealand as he continues to recover from Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT).

Lehmann was diagnosed with DVT during Australia's ODI loss to India at the SCG on Sunday and has not travelled with Australia's T20 squad to Adelaide.

Australia are scheduled to depart for New Zealand on February 1 ahead of the first three Chappell-Hadlee Trophy matches in Auckland two days later.

Lehmann, who suffered DVT during his playing days in 2007, experienced swelling in his left calf prior to Sunday's fifth ODI against India before being taken to the Sydney Cricket Ground's radiology clinic.

The 45-year old was then admitted to Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital for further tests, and will remain in Sydney after he was released yesterday.

Following the ODI series, Australia play a two-Test Trans-Tasman Trophy series starting on February 12 in Wellington.