LAHORE - The Cricket Australia is taking all precautionary measures before taking its October's tour of India due to security reasons, it was learnt Friday. According to reports, Cricket Australia is seeking advice from experts and would come to a decision in the near future. Australia is to play seven one-day matches series against India from October 25. It must be recalled that the Australian hockey and tennis teams did not visit India over security concerns while England table tennis team pulled out of the World Championship just a day before the start of the tournament. According to VOA, an official of the Cricket Australia said that they have nothing to do with the decisions of their hockey and tennis teams decisions. "Cricket Australia will take decision of its own after consulting with the security experts and take advisory from the Australian government," he said and added that the security of their players and teams is their foremost priority. The Australian official Philip Pope said that its not for the Indian tour only they take security advisory even before touring England, South Africa, Scotland and the West Indies and the same practice would continue for their Indian series. Its worth pointing out that former first class cricketer and currently coach of the Australian hockey team Richard Charlesworth in March this year expressed serious concerns about security in India by saying that any assurances from Authorities can no longer be counted on in wake of the ockey world cup to be played in India in 2010. Most recently English Badminton team had to rush home from India without taking part in world badminton championship after a reported security threat.