Australian captain Tim Paine said he had not heard any complaints from Indian cricketers regarding the strict isolation rules

Brisbane will play the final of the four-Test series between India and Australia at Gaba on Friday. This is going to be the decider of the series, as the series is 1-1 after three games. Prior to this Test, Australian captain Tim Paine said he had not heard anything from any Indian cricketers regarding strict segregation rules. Penn acknowledged that living without a family is a challenge for Team India in the biosphere, and his players, including Steve Smith, have faced similar difficulties in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) since the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Indian and Australian teams are once again living under stringent rules, as new cases of virus have been reported in Britain, in Queensland’s capital. The organizers only provided basic facilities to the players. However, India’s batting coach Vikram Rathod said that one does not need to do ‘housekeeping’ service to maintain vitality before playing in such a crucial Test match. The Indian team’s complaints about the Brisbane separation were mocked by Penn’s partner Michelle Stark’s wife and Southern Stars international Alyssa Healy.

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‘Indian cricketers don’t listen to any comments’

Penn said, ‘I have not seen such comments and if I am telling the truth, do not read any comments of Indian players. It is challenging for everyone and for them because they are in a different country and away from their families. ‘Home team captain,’ I know what problems he is going to have, and I know Steve Smith and Pat Cummins are the same (troubles). It is difficult but I have not heard anything directly from Indian players. Rathore said the problem in the hotel did not concern any player before the Test match.

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Batting coach Rathod said – our focus is on the match

The former Punjab captain said, ‘We are playing against Australia in Australia against the world’s best bowling attack. So, I think the soul is intact. You don’t need ‘housekeeping’ or ‘room service’ to sustain your passion. He said, ‘Of course, the concerns were addressed to the BCCI and I think the BCCI is in touch with the CA to deal with all these issues. As for the team, our focus is on the match and we are ready to perform well in the match.