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Brad Haddin thinks that Indian players are scared to play in Brisbane

January 5, 2021

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The last Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia at The Gabba in Brisbane, beginning from January 15, is in a danger. The Indian group is reluctant to go to Brisbane because of their brutal quarantine rules. India and Australia may need to enter isolation and will be kept in their rooms in Brisbane.

After this news surfaced, many cricket intellectuals and experts thought of their own assertions and perspectives. The new expansion to this list is previous Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin. He made a shocking case saying that India would not like to play at Gabba as scarcely any group has enrolled a win in that ground against the host Australia.

Brad Haddin said, that from cricket’s perspective, India had no reason to go to the Gabba. He mentioned that nobody succeeds there. It is true that Australia always played great cricket there. No team had won for a truly prolonged stretch of time (other than the Aussies). Haddin concluded that the Indian team is in quarantine for a very long time now.

Five Indian players are suspicious for the 3rd Test

This pressure between Cricket Australia (CA) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had surfaced. CA had asked the five Indian players including Rishabh Pant, Navdeep Saini, Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, and Prithvi Shaw to be in quarantine after getting the reports of a potential bio-bubble break.

In a viral video on social media, the previously mentioned five players were seen feasting in an indoor café on January 1. It is against the bio-bubble rules according to the CA. In this way, CA requested that the players keep some distance from the main Indian team while preparing and traveling.

It is affirmed that all the five players will go onto the flight alongside the Indian group for Sydney. Their participation in the third Test at Sydney is dicey. Cricket Australia has set up a request to get the subtleties on whether Indian players had penetrated the protocols.

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