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If they don’t care about rules, they must not come – Ros Bates

January 4, 2021

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The Member of Queensland Legislative Assembly, Ros Bates has clarified that if the Indian cricket team cannot follow the rules, then they are not at all welcome. India already expressed they were not content with the isolation rules. Life inside the bubble is difficult without a doubt.

A source from the Indian side talked earlier that the team wants to be treated as ‘normal Australians’. They additionally expressed that they completely comprehend the intricacy of the circumstance.

One of the sources said that they comprehend the multifaceted nature of what's going on right now. Cricket Australia had collaborated at each progression concerning following the conventions inside the bubble.

Accordingly, Mrs. Bates has been quite harsh to the Indian side. The representative made it clear that if the Indians don’t want to play according to the rules, they should not come.

Same rules apply for everyone, says Mander

Tim Mander, Queensland's Shadow Sports Minister additionally said that similar rules apply to everybody and didn't consider India's objections. Mander further added that the Indian side had no business in dismissing the isolated standards and those they are definitely not greeting if the guests don-t play by rules.

Mander said that if the Indian cricket team needs to take the isolated rules casually in Brisbane for the fourth Test, then they probably shouldn't come. She also said that similar rules should apply to everybody.

The Indian side had before said that they might not want to be sent into another bio-bubble. Life inside the bio-bubble had unquestionably not been simple. The source additionally added that the bio-bubble life has been on for the Indian players for a half year. He proclaimed that they have not raised any issues all things considered up until now.

With the series tied at 1-1, the third Test is scheduled to be played in Sydney. It's not yet clear whether the last Test will take place in Brisbane or not.

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