Ind vs Aus: The final match of the four-match Test series between India and Australia is to be held in Brisbane’s Gabba, but looking at the current conditions, it seems that this match will not be played in Brisbane and it may be that this match Also is canceled. Actually, this is because the Queensland Government has reiterated the need to relax the strict rules of the Corona Protocol.
The Indian players and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have placed a demand in front of Cricket Australia that if the Indian players are kept in the Sankt Quarantine in Brisbane then the team will not go there. Speculation continues over the fate of the fourth Test match to be played between India and Australia at the Gabba. Meanwhile, Queensland health officials made it clear on Friday that strict quarantine rules would be followed by both teams.
Indeed, Sydney has seen an increase in COVID-19 cases. Because of this, there are border restrictions for people traveling from Sydney to Brisbane (Queensland). Talking to ANI about this, a Queensland Health spokesman confirmed on Friday that the teams would actually need to stay in strict quarantine at their hotel. The spokesperson said that both Indian and Australian team members would be allowed to leave their hotels only for training or playing matches. ”
He adds, “Queensland has various sports codes in place to safely continue professional sports. As always we will continue to monitor the risk of COVID-19 and any necessary actions to keep the people of Queensland safe Changes will be made. The Chief Health Officer has approved Cricket Australia’s COVID-Safe and Quarantine Management plans to conduct the fourth Test match on 6 January 2021 in Queensland. ”
At the same time, in a question to the board, a Queensland Health Department spokesman said, “Cricket Australia’s plans have been thoroughly reviewed and give us great confidence that they understand the need for important and quarantine measures to facilitate the test.” And they are taking their commitment seriously in ensuring the safety of all Queenslander’s people. ” India’s stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane made it clear by going to the ongoing third Test match in Sydney that it is a bit challenging to see people moving around in Sydney while the players are in quarantine.