BRISBANE: Amid reports that India are reluctant to play in the fourth and final series of the series against Australia in Brisbane due to strict biosecurity regulations, Queensland government members have said visiting staff should not enter the country if they do not want to comply with the regulations.
There have been reports that India is not interested in traveling to Brisbane if the players want to go into isolation.
However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Queenland’s government. Fox Sport quoted Queensland Silhouettes Minister Rose Bates as saying, “If Indians don’t want to play by the rules, don’t come.”
Tim Minder, Queensland’s shadow sports minister, said there was no way ethics could be ignored and everyone would have to follow the same training.
Minder said: “If the Indian cricket team wants to spit it out and ignore the isolated guidelines for the Fourth Test in Brisbane, they should not come. The same rules apply to everyone. Simply “.
Australian batsman Matthew Wade added that the hosts are looking forward to the Kaaba test and are willing to make sacrifices to meet the schedule.
“We want to run out in Australia as everyone does now … but we understand we have to make sacrifices to make this tour,” Wade told the media.