“Both teams wanted to play the schedule we set.”
“There is nothing official from BCCI” about the existence of India I don’t want to play Nick Hockley, CEO of Cricket Australia, the fourth and final test in Brisbane, said the CA is in “daily” contact with its Indian counterparts and the series is currently on schedule. He added that it was necessary.
Hockley told reporters in Sydney on Monday that BCCI “fully supports” Queensland’s quarantine requirements. “We talk to our BCCI counterparts every day. There was nothing official from BCCI to suggest anything other than what they endorse,” Hockley said. “Both teams wanted to carry out the schedule we set.”
The schedule seemed to be under threat After the report On Sunday, India was dissatisfied with the prospect of re-entering strict quarantine for its fourth test in Brisbane. The third test in the four-match series will begin Thursday in Sydney after the CA has decided not to move the match following an outbreak of Covid-19 cases on a beach in northern Sydney. On Monday, both sides flew to New South Wales. And it enhanced social distance measurements on Sunday, reporting eight new locally transmitted cases of the virus.
Queensland has agreed to close its border with Greater Sydney and allow players to fly to Brisbane for the fourth test on January 15, but the level of restrictions they face after being in Sydney. I’m not sure about.
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