Bangla Hunt Desk: The Indian team has arrived in Brisbane for the fourth and final Test match against Australia. But the hotel where the Indian team has been given a place does not have the basic facilities. And then the top official of the Indian Cricket Board was forced to take up the case. It is learned that BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, Secretary Joy Shah and CEO Hemong Amin have contacted the Cricket Board of Australia on the matter. Australian officials assured that there would be no inconvenience to Team India players.
According to a senior board source, the hotel does not even have room service or housekeeping. Indian cricketers will not be able to go to the gym or to the international swimming pool. However, Indian players were assured that all these services would be available when they checked in at the hotel.
The fourth and final match between India and Australia is scheduled to start on January 15 in Brisbane. There are strict quarantine rules at the hotel due to corona and lockdown on the border with New South Wales. But Indian cricketers will be able to meet and talk to each other.