CA released its full summer worldwide schedule on Monday but could not confirm it will continue its recent tradition of pink-ball Tests in the clash at the Adelaide Oval from December 6.
The schedule, which will see test cricket played in February for the first time in over 20 years, has been structured to avoid clashing with the domestic "Big Bash" T20 competition, which has proved a bigger drawcard for local fans than some test matches in recent seasons.
India will tour Australia later this year for the four-Test series which begins with the game in Adelaide on December 6. However, despite India's denial, Cricket Australia (CA) is still hopeful that they will be able to convince the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
"It's not the end of the world if it's not, but at the same time we believe that Adelaide lends itself as a great day-night venue", Sutherland said.
There has been talk of making the first Test of the series, to be played at Adelaide Oval, a day-night affair, but it's yet to be confirmed.
Adelaide has hosted day-night Tests in the last three years against New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan and England and they are hoping to stage another match under lights against India. India have never played a floodlit match.
The one day internationals will be played between 12 and 18 January.
India make the trip to play in all three formats, while Sri Lanka arrive for a two-Test series.
Canberra's Manuka Oval will host its maiden Test when Australia rounds out its home summer of cricket in game two against Sri Lanka from February 1.
India's two-month tour opens with three Twenty20s starting on November 21 at the Gabba followed by matches at the MCG and SCG.
The T20 worldwide at Metricon Stadium on November 17 will follow Australia's three one-dayers against the touring Proteas in Perth, Adelaide and Hobart.
"The Border-Gavaskar Trophy promises to be a bumper series, and it will be headlined by the world-famous Boxing Day Test at the MCG", he added.
Previously, Cricket Australia Chairman James Sutherland said the governing body would consider expanding the number of franchises in the league.