Australian tour of India for One-day international (ODI) cricket matches seems to be taking a new flavour of hospitality with David Warner being invited to Sourav Ganguly's home. On Sunday, India played against Australia in its 1st ODI match in Chennai when rain played havoc and the home team won the match by 26 runs via Duckworth Lewis system. In its next leg of the series, both the teams have made their way to Kolkata to play the 2nd ODI match.But the Australian cricketer David Warner seems to be bitten by Durga Puja cum Kolkata fever -- as he wants to explore the historical city. On Twitter, David shared an Instagram post where he poses with wife and two daughters asking to "suggest a few places to visit in Kolkata". Good morning from Kolkata, what's the best places to visit while we are here?? Please ?? #kolkata https:t.coInxVO6E4Hn— David Warner (@davidwarner31) September 19, 2017×Twitter users were eager to suggest David visit Indian former captain Saurav Ganguly's house among the other major highlights of the city:Do visit Dada's @SGanguly99 house you will feel like visiting one of best kingdom of living king..— Punjabiravi (@Punjabiravi1) September 19, 2017×Visiting Kolkata will be incomplete unless you don't visit @SGanguly99 ?? King of Kolkata.— Ap Saggu (@ap_saggu) September 19, 2017×@SGanguly99 house is one of the greatest place in #Kolkata— Maniraj Ganguly (@CricketManiraj) September 19, 2017×You must have seen Hawra bridge, shantineketan, victoria memorial, you can also see Murshidabad palace and bishnupur temples not far from i— Sejal Jam (@sejal19) September 19, 2017×Ganguly's house... ????— Dhrumil Desai (@CRICKETINGACTOR) September 19, 2017×Go to kumartuli where all idols for durga puja are prepared. This is the best time to go with #DurgaPuja2017 in 5 days!— Arudra Gupta (@arudragupta) September 19, 2017×The two teams will meet on Thursday to play its second match at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.