- The fourth match of the Test series between India and Australia in Brisbane
- Indian media has threatened to boycott claims, report published in Australian media
- Unhappy with the prospect of the visiting team going back to Brisbane for the fourth Test in strict quarantine
- Rose Bates said – If Indian players do not want to follow the rules, then they are not welcome
The fourth match of the Test series between India and Australia (India Australia Test Series) is to be played in Brisbane, but the visiting team players are unhappy about the possibility of going back to strict quarantine. Meanwhile, Queensland Assembly member Rose Bates has said that Indians are not welcome if they do not want to follow the rules. Former Indian player after Australian leader’s statement Wasim jafar Has given a befitting reply.
Wasim Jaffer has jokingly responded to the female leader. Jafar has posted a picture tweeting. In the picture, England fast bowler Joffra Archer is seen and Archer is also hanging a bag on the back. Jaffer has written the statement of the female leader as well as written that the Indian team along with Border Gavaskar. He meant that India would come back in one condition, to be given the Border Gavaskar Trophy.
The schedule of the Test series again appeared to be under threat following reports on Sunday that the visiting team players were unhappy at the prospect of going back to Brisbane for the fourth Test in strict quarantine. Reports published in Australian media quoted sources as saying that the Indian players have again opposed going into the strict quarantine. The players say that they have been facing quarantine continuously for the last six months. A spokesman for the Indian team did not respond to a comment on these reports.