India vs Australia: Indian team players test negative covid test and reach Sydney for 3rd test | IND vs AUS: Team India arrives in Sydney for third test, reports of Covid-19 have surfaced

Melbourne: The last Kovid-19 test carried out by Team India and support staff before the third test match in Sydney against Australia has turned negative. The BCCI provided information on this subject.

The Indian team reached Sydney for the third test match from January 7 on schedule for Monday.

The BCCI said in a statement: “On January 3, 2021, Indian cricket team players and support staff were subjected to RT-PCR testing for Kovid-19. The results of all tests have become negative.

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All have been isolated after five Indian players, Rohit Sharma, opener Shubman Gill, wicket keeper Rishabh Pant, fast pitcher Navdeep Saini and batsman Prithvi Shaw, were seen eating at an indoor restaurant. Subsequent tests were carried out. A fan posted this video on Twitter.

Cricket Australia had announced that a joint investigation with BCCI was underway to see if these players had violated the biosecurity protocols prepared for the series.

Although these five players were allowed to train and travel with the squad for the Sydney game, according to sources from the Indian squad, all of the Indian squad players have been approved to play the third game. test at Sydney Cricket Ground.

Although BCCI and Cricket Australia have announced a joint investigation into the alleged breach of the protocol, there has been no statement from the two councils in the past two days.

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According to the biosafety protocol that Cricket Australia has prepared, players are allowed to sit outside, but they are not allowed to eat in restaurants. According to team sources, the players said they went to the restaurant to avoid the rain.

It seems the Indian team are not happy with how this controversy arose and restaurant Cricket Australia is facing it. After that, Australian media learned that the fourth test match to be held in Brisbane could be difficult as the Indian team does not want to go there due to strict segregation rules.
But from now on, the fourth test match will start on January 15 at Gaba. The four-game streak is still 1–1.