Sydney: If Team India has to go through strict quarantine rules again, they will not travel to Brisbane for the fourth and final test match. The BCCI reportedly informed Cricket Australia (CA). According to the ESPNcricinfo website report, the BCCI spoke about it in a recent dialogue with CA on Thursday.
A BCCI official confirmed that an email was sent to HQ and that there was no need for strict quarantine rules as the Indian team was quarantined two weeks after arriving in Australia.
According to the official, the management of the Indian team said that according to the players, staying in hotels is becoming very stressful.
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The BCCI refused to let its players outside the hotel. According to a strict quarantine, the team will have to stay in the hotel-sol-hotel. The fourth test match will be played at Gaba Brisbane from January 15-19.
India’s acting captain Ajinkya Rahane has made it clear that the players have no issues with the quarantine and are ready to follow it. He said, however, that staying locked in a hotel room was a challenge, even when the rest of Sydney’s residents were leading normal lives.
Let us know that CA said on Monday that it had not officially heard from BCCI on this matter. Earlier, the Queensland government had said following the rule was not an option.