The Indian team was initially hesitant to travel to Brisbane because of the strict quarantine rules in place in Queensland for anyone travelling from Sydney. The entire hotel is empty, but we can't use any amenities in the hotel including the swimming pool and the gym.
The Indian team was even not provided room service in the Brisbane hotel which forced them to clean their own toilets and make their own beds.
Players were also unimpressed that the gym and pool were off limits and none of the restaurants or cafes in the hotel were open. However, sources close to Zee News said, "The team members now have the permission to move around on the floors on which the rooms have been allocated to the Indian team. It has been assured that there will be room service and housekeeping", the BCCI official said. Recently, Brisbane was under lockdown for three days and that is what prompted the border closure with New South Wales.
According to India Today, the BCCI president and secretary Jay Shah got it touch with the Cricket Australia officials in a bid to make the basic facilities available for the visitors.
"The team has also been given a team room where they can assemble and have meetings. In the case of injuries, reserve players will get the chance", he pointed.
India did well to draw the third Test against Australia, putting in a heroic performance on the final day to ensure they go into the fourth and final Test of the series at Brisbane with the series level.
Jadeja had been padded up ready to go in next if either Ashwin or Vihari was dismissed late on the last day in Sydney, but wasn't required.
If his absence is confirmed, Bumrah will join fast bowlers Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Ishant Sharma and Bhuvenshwar Kumar on India's growing injury list.
Siraj had the third test stopped for eight minutes on Sunday afternoon after complaining to umpires of racial abuse from the crowd.
Meanwhile, Pant (elbow), Ashwin (back) and Vihari (hamstring strain) will all be monitored before India selects its starting XI for the Gabba, where Australia hasn't lost a test match since 1988.