Another new controversy has arisen in the India-Australia Test series. After five Indian players went into isolation due to violations of the BioSecure bubble protocol, it is now reported that Team India is extremely upset about going to Brisbane for the fourth Test match and getting quarantine again.

In fact, the third Test of the series is to be played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from 7 January, as cricket has decided to implement its plan to have a match in Sydney, despite the growing coronavirus cases in Australia.

On Monday, both teams will leave for New South Wales from Melbourne, where cases of the Kovid-19 virus are increasing rapidly. Like other states, Queensland has also sealed its border with New South Wales although players have been allowed to travel between the two states after negotiating with the board.

But the problem is that when the players return to Brisbane from Sydney for the fourth Test, they will have to stay in strict quarantine due to which the Indian team management is not affected. According to Australian media reports, many Indian players have refused to go to Brisbane for the fourth match due to quarantine.

The Indian team completed a 14-day mandatory quarantine at the start of the Australian tour, although the players were allowed to practice in different groups during this time. But now the players are scared of the possibility of returning to the same conditions again.

Speaking to Cricbuzz, a source associated with the team said, “If you see, we had a quarantine in Dubai for 14 days before coming to Sydney and then the next 14 days (in Sydney) were quarantine again.” This means that we were in the bubble for about a month. Now at the end of the tour, we don’t want to be quarantined again. ”

He added,

“If this means staying in the hotel again, then we are not eager to go to Brisbane. Instead, we would prefer to live in some other city, would like to play both Test matches there and finish the series and return home.