The call for the shifting the test match from Brisbane to Sydney will be accessed by BCCI and they will communicate to Cricket Australia and quoted “It’s a fluid situation. Let’s wait for few more days”. According to Inside Sport, The whole scenario reached out due to the boycott situation by Indian team ahead of fourth test which will commence from 15th January.
It is due to the unexpected rise of coronavirus which struck in Queensland that made them to close the borders and it is expected that both the team will undergo again quarantine rules of 15 days with strict bio bubble rules.
Even Queensland Health Minister Ros Bates quoted “If the Indians don’t want to play by the rules, don’t come”.
The whole situation came after the dining scenario took by Rohit Sharma and co-players in Melbourne. Due to this players are isolated from other teammates.
“If you look at it, we were quarantined for 14 days in Dubai before landing in Sydney and doing so for another 14 days. That means we were in a hard bubble for nearly a month before coming out. What we don’t want now is to quarantine again at the end of the tour,” said by Source to Cricbuzz.
“We aren’t keep on going to Brisbane if it means being stuck in the hotel again, except for going to the ground. Instead we don’t mind being in some other city, playing both Test matches there to complete the series and returning home,”.
With this situation, hosts are also under strict rules as they have to be in room if they aren’t training or playing whereas visitors rule isn’t came yet.
Even Matthew Wade had said the same that team is under strict protocols by quoting
“There’s a lot of talk out there but for us as a group and me position personally, we will go Sydney and play the SCG and then we will go the Brisbane and play Gabba”.
Regarding this whole scenario CA stated
“The BCCI and CA are investigating the matter and seeking to determine whether the outing constitutes a breach of bio security protocols”.