Injured Bumrah set to miss Brisbane Test

Injured Bumrah set to miss Brisbane Test

The governing body for cricket in India, the BCCI, has been forced to intervene over an accomodation situation in Brisbane that left the players angry and frustrated. India's injury woes have compounded with each passing day and the latest in the list is Bumrah as the fast bowler has an abdominal strain.

But the tourists made it clear to CA after Tuesday's check-in that their experience did not meet expectations, according to several media outlets in India. There wasn't any room service or housekeeping facilities.

The unnamed Indian official, who was speaking to The Times of India, said the touring party weren't happy with what they faced on arrival.

Amid a lot of speculation, the Indian cricket team reached Brisbane on Tuesday and were greeted with a shock as they were asked to stay in a hotel where they were reportedly locked in their rooms and had to clean toilets on their own. Food is coming from a nearby Indian restaurant which will be given to us on our floor. According to the reports, President Sourav Ganguly, secretary Jay Shah, and CEO Hemang Amin immediately took up the matter with Cricket Australia. "They are also now allowed to use the gymnasium within the hotel", sources close to the Indian team informed Zee News. It has been assured that there will be room service and house keeping, ' a senior BCCI official told the Times of India.

"The team still have to do their own housekeeping in their respective rooms as hotel staff is not available for this objective. Only the swimming pool is not open for use", the BCCI official was quoted by TOI.

"The players are exhausted and have retired to their rooms".

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Players then had to go through a 14-day quarantine in Australia with the one-day series starting nearly immediately after they were allowed out. "BCCI is always by the side of its players and will ensure they get the best treatment". Bumrah's omission would be a huge blow for Ajinkya Rahane's side, with all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja already confirmed to miss the series finale with a thumb injury and batsman Hanuma Vihari nearly certain to be scratched due to a hamstring strain.

Jasprit Bumrah will reportedly miss the fourth Test due to an abdominal injury.

With the BCCI unable to call up any reserves due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, Mohammed Sirej, who has played just two Tests, would likely lead the pace attack.

Siraj had the third test stopped for eight minutes on Sunday afternoon after complaining to umpires of racial abuse from the crowd.

The source also accused Cricket Australia of not providing what was promised. While Vihari's hamstring issue was noticeable, not many knew that even Ashwin had back issues on Monday morning.

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