AUS vs IND: Indian team denied basic facilities in Brisbane, BCCI in talks with Cricket Australia
The Indian management has shown their discontent with the facilities provided to them in Brisbane ahead of the fourth test on Friday. The team management complained about the conditions in the hotel. As per the reports, the gym facility is pretty basic, the pool is also not good enough for the players to go in it. There was no room service as well according to the management. The hotel management said that the rules were the same for everyone.
Earlier the restrictions in Gabba were too ridiculous as per the Indian management and they were changed after the protest by management. As per earlier restrictions, the Indian team wasn’t even allowed to meet each other in the hotel. The team wasn’t allowed to meet, no team meetings, no dining together, players could only meet if they are on the same floor.
The rules were changed and the team was allowed to meet within the hotel. Now as the team arrived in Brisbane, the hotel facilities weren’t up to the mark, and the team management has informed BCCI about it. Now as per the reports, BCCI President Saurav Ganguly and Secretary Jay Shah have bought the issue to Cricket Australia’s notice. Cricket Australia said that they will look into this matter.
The series is now leveled at 1-1 with one test to go. The fourth and final test will begin on Friday,15 January, and will be played at the Gabba.