India Tour of Australia: Following the BCCI’s strictness on quarantine rules, doubts have increased about the GABA test.
India Tour of Australia: Following the strictness of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on quarantine rules, doubts have increased about the GABA test. According to the news agency ANI report, the BCCI is now considering whether to play the fourth Test match in Gaba or not. There is also news that Team India can end this tour after the third Test in Sydney. While between India and Australia, it is during 4 Test matches. After Queensland Health Minister Ross Bates, the BCCI has become more serious about the floor, in which Bates said that if the Indian team does not want to follow the rules, do not come here.
According to news agency ANI, sources in the BCCI said that such a comment has made a difference to the image of Team India. Now the board is thinking that the four-Test series should be terminated after three matches and the idea of returning home after the Sydney Test. The third Test match will be played in Sydney from 7 January. After which the fourth Test match is to be held in Brisbane. Currently, the series is on par with 1-1.
Ind vs Aus: ‘Disappointed’ by Bates’ comments, BCCI rethinking playing at The Gabba
– ANI Digital (@ani_digital) January 4, 2021
Not ready for strict rules
The Indian team says that it is not ready for strict quarantine that we have to live in a zoo like animals. While 20 thousand people can reach to watch the match in the stadium. A person associated with the team has said that when everyone’s report comes negative then what is the need for quarantine. We should be treated like the people of Australia. They are ready to follow the ‘government protocol’, which all the people of the respective state have to follow. If the crowd was not allowed inside the grounds then it makes sense for them to ask us to be quarantined inside the hotel.
BCCI gave Rohit’s example
The BCCI has also lured those who spread false news. Giving an example of the quarantine of the first 14 days of Rohit Sharma joining the team, one Anikari said that we are following every protocol. Then why wrong news is being spread about breaking the protocol. If a representative from Australia wants us not to come to Gaba, then we will consider it.
Charges on 5 players of team India
According to Australian media, five Indian players were also accused of breaking the protocol. These included Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini, Rishabh Pant and Prithvi Shaw, who were seen eating inside a restaurant in Melbourne on New Year’s Day. The Sydney Morning Herald confirmed that these players had gone to the restaurant. The Indian team management and BCCI issued a statement supporting the players and said that Indian cricketers have not violated any protocol. Everyone associated with the team is well aware of the rules.
All players will go to Sydney together
The Indian cricket team will leave for Sydney tomorrow for the third Test match against Australia. Along with Team India, there will be five players who were isolated after breaking the Covid 19 Bio Security protocols. Sources in Team India said that they are going to travel together and there is no violation of any protocol in it. Accusations have been made on Indian players. The entire team has been following all the rules of Corona for 2 months.