The Australia cricket will go ahead with their four-test tour of India after a security review following a series of bombings in New Delhi.
Cricket Australia said on Sunday it would review it would review arrangements in India after five bombs went off in the capital killing at least 20 and injuring more than 90 others.
Cricket Australia spokesman Peter Young says they'll upgrade security but the situation doesn't compromise the tour.
The sides leaves for India on Sunday.
Australia pulled out of a tour of Pakistan because of security fears and withdrew from the Champions Trophy due to be held in Pakistan this month for the same reason.
The tournament has since been postponed.