The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad remains on course to host the second Test between India and Australia next week despite bomb blasts in the region earlier this week.
Terrorist attacks saw twin explosions strike the city on Thursday, killing at least 12 people and injuring several others. Cricket Australia chief executive James Sutherland, however, does not expect the second match in the four-fixture affair to be affected.
"We were very concerned to hear the news. The management side will liaise with the relevant authorities in the next few days and make any assessments," said Sutherland.
"We'll work closely with the relevant authorities and take our own advice on that, but I think it's premature to be making any assessments now. From where I sit right now, my expectation is that everything will go ahead in Hyderabad as planned."
"We're very comfortable. Talking to our security guys, everything with the team has gone to plan. We do our own security assessments and liaise with the relevant authorities well ahead of a tour. Everything is mapped out carefully and planned."
The teams are currently in Chepauk, Chennai for the series opener. Mohali and Delhi will host Tests three and four respectively.