Round-Up: Australia confirm India series schedule, Fifa president tests positive for Covid-19, America’s Cup legal spat, and more

FIFA President Gianni Infantino speaks to the media after a FIFA Council meeting in Shanghai (by Fred Lee - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images).

Cricket Australia confirmed the schedule for the Vodafone Test series, Dettol ODI Series and Dettol Twenty20 International Series against India – Cricket Australia

Gianni Infantino has tested positive for coronavirus and has immediately placed himself in self-isolation he will remain in quarantine for at least ten days – Reuters

Team New Zealand have hit back at allegations they copied a leading Brazilian boat builder’s design for the foiling monohulls to be used in next year’s America’s Cup – NZ Herald

New Zealand’s Wellington Phoenix football squad is set to relocate to Australia for a second time to compete in the A-League during the Covid-19 pandemic

Australian petroleum firm Ampol has taken over from Holden as the naming rights partner of the NRL State of Origin series until 2023 – NRL

Fox Sports will close all of its apps in Australia by the end of November to simplify its digital subscriptions services and shift its focus to its website subscription service – scommerce.com

The Vietnam Football Federation has withdrawn its U22 team from France’s Toulon Tournament in December due to continuing Covid-19 concerns – VNExpress

The Badminton Association of Malaysia are prepared to organise more internal tournaments into the first quarter of next year should the Covid-19 situation worsen in the country – New Straits Times

Hong Kong Football Club’s Rugby Section has appointed CSM Sport and Entertainment as its strategic partner and exclusive sponsorship agency – hkfc

The women’s ski jumping World Cup round scheduled for January 15-17 at the Zao resort in northeastern Japan’s Yamagata Prefecture will be canceled because of difficulties arising from the Covid-19 pandemic – Japan Times