Sydney: Australia cricket team captain Tim Paine has admitted that news of the change of venue for the fourth test match in Brisbane from January 15, due to slight tension ahead of the third test against India was going
It was learned that the Indian cricket team did not want to play the fourth test in Brisbane due to strict health regulations in the province of Queensland. According to protocol, Indian cricketers cannot even leave their rooms during a test match.
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The BCCI took this issue to Cricket Australia after which it was revealed that players are now allowed to have a bio-safe environment inside the hotel and to mingle in a test match. However, some politicians in the province reacted strongly to this.
Tim Paine was asked on the eve of the match that no such incident had happened so far other than the splash between Rishabh Pant and Matthew Wade at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). What is the reason, he said, “I think now it was going to boil because some things were going to happen.”
He said: ‘Not only will it be important from a cricket point of view, but he will also be angry within the squad because news was coming from their (Indian) side citing many unknown sources about the place. where they’re going to play the fourth test match, where they don’t want to go so let’s see what happens next.
Penn admitted that if the BCCI creates pressure, there will be uncertainty over the Brisbane test. Penn was asked if he was disappointed with the news, saying, “No, I wasn’t tense from the inside out but there is a little bit of uncertainty because when you know that the mighty boards of World Cricket come from India. Then there is a possibility that it could happen.
Penn said that when it comes to the team, it doesn’t matter whether they play in Brisbane or Mumbai. He said: “ We are focusing on this test game right now. We know the protocol and understand what is expected of us.
Penn said, “We’re going to focus on this week’s game and then accept what happens next week. We don’t care where the test match will be and we won’t care if you tell us it will be in Mumbai. We are going to hit the ground with our strategy.