"I can't tell you exactly...I don't have a crystal ball," Spurrier told reporters during a media conference.
"But what we are doing now is putting us in the best position possible to be able to have that cricket match," she said with a note of positivity.
A lockdown will help get back to normal life including having a cricket match of great significance.
"The reason we are doing what we are doing, which is pretty drastic...is because we want to get back to the state of having just a few restrictions and to be able to do things like have the cricket."
Before the Tests, India and Australia will be locking horns in a limited-overs series, starting November 27 and comprising three ODIs and as many T20 Internationals.
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