IND vs AUS: India cricketers have to handle housekeeping themselves after complaints about lack of basic facilities at Brisbane Hotel | IND vs AUS: Team India players must take care of housekeeping at Brisbane hotel themselves

New Delhi: The fourth test of the series between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) will be played at Gabba in Brisbane, for which the Indian cricket team arrived there. Despite BCCI’s best efforts, the Queensland government has not given much relaxation to the quarantine rules for Team India players.

After an epic fight in Sydney, it’s time to regroup. We have started our preparations for the final test at Gabba! #TeamIndia #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/oAUJboM5bH

– BCCI (@BCCI) January 13, 2021

I have relief

A source close to Team India told Zee News that “Team India members have now been allowed to walk on the ground where they have stayed. Apart from that, they will also be able to use the gymnasium located in the hotel.

BCCI in contact with Cricket Australia

BCCI President Sourav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah are both in contact with Cricket Australia rights. It has been assured that measures will be taken soon to facilitate the player. The Indian players were not allowed out of the room on Tuesday, with no one other than Team India and support staff at the hotel.

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You have to clean up

The source told Zee News that: ‘There are no housekeeping staff to clean the team players’ room, due to which the cricketers have to take on the task themselves, the Indian cricketers have a swimming pool. (Pool) also cannot go, although it is expected that its authorization will be available soon.

Ashwin’s wife in quarantine

Preeti Narayanan (Prithi Narayanan), wife of senior Indian team player Ravichandran Ashwin, posted a photo in which she says she has been quarantined due to the lockdown.

Locked #Quarantinebane pic.twitter.com/63LItlhwPR

– Prithi Ashwin (@prithinarayanan) January 13, 2021

Voltage due to increased corona case

In Brisbane, where Team India players are staying, the Corona case is tense at the nearby Grand Chancellor Hotel. The Queensland government only allowed 50 percent of the public to attend Gabba.

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