BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Secretary Jai Shah and CEO Hemang Amin are all in touch with their Cricket Australia counterparts.

The Indian cricket team, which landed in Brisbane for the fourth and final Test against Australia, was in a shambles on Tuesday as it was lodged in a hotel, which lacked “basic facilities”, which led to BCCI’s old brass The intervention was stopped.

It is learned that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Secretary Jai Shah and CEO Hemang Amin have all received complaints after coming in contact with their Cricket Australia counterparts and have been assured that the Indian contingent feels comfortable from here Will be made for The series is currently 1–1.

“There was no room service or home facilities. The gym is very basic and not of international standards and the swimming pool is not accessible. A senior BCCI source said that it was not promised when he was checked PTI On conditions of anonymity.

India will play the fourth Test match in Queensland’s capital from 15 January, where the rise of COVID-19 cases and the lockout at the border with New South Wales have created a tight hotel quarantine for the Ajinkya Rahane-led team.

Asked whether the players were being allowed to mingle, the board source said: “Yes, they have been provided with the team room and are allowed to meet each other inside the hotel.”

Asked if the team had protested with hotel officials, the source said: “When the manager asked that these things not be taken care of, he said,” This rule applies to both Indian and Australian teams. it happens. There is no team that is subjected to stricter quarantine rules. However, the Indian team is confident that both Ganguly and Shah will be able to settle the matter as the injured team prepares for the series-decider.

Australia won the opener in Adelaide within three days, before India returned to Melbourne by winning the second Test. The two sides shared the honors in a thirtieth third Test, in which India made a terrific performance chasing a mammoth 407.

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