The entire Indian test team, including the five players – Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Navdeep Saini and Prithvi Shaw – are expected to travel to Sydney on Monday on a chartered flight, the agency reported. PTI press. The team, currently in Melbourne, will travel to Sydney together for the third test of a four-game series scheduled to begin Thursday at the Sydney Cricket Ground.Rohit, Pant, Gill, Saini and Shaw have been isolated from the rest of the teams Indian and Australian after Cricket Australia released a joint statement that they and BCCI will investigate whether the five players violated biosecurity protocols by dining out on New Years Day with the team despite an investigation in progress.Also Read | If Indians don’t want to play by the rules, don’t come: Queensland government “If you read the CA statement carefully, they never said it was an offense. They said they were looking to determine if this was a violation. “So there are no restrictions on these five players traveling with the team to Sydney. The whole team is flying tomorrow afternoon, ”a senior BCCI official told PTI on condition of anonymity. It is understood that the controversy has not been well received by the traveling team and the way Cricket Australia has handled the issue so far has not been amused. “If the gentleman (fan) in question hadn’t lied about kissing a player (Rishabh Pant) on social media, this mess wouldn’t have happened. The players had come inside because it was drizzling. “This guy, without permission, shot a video and then paid the bill that nobody asked him for and after that for the ad took a screenshot of the bill,” the official said. “You mean to tell me that Cricket Australia will make a decision based on an alleged video of someone who first lied and then retracted their statement,” he added. What was the role of administrative director Girish Dongre? For BCCI, the man under scanner is the administrative director Girish Dongre. Dongre is a BCCI employee and is expected to manage and keep the team up to date with Covid-19 protocols. “Players are not supposed to carry protocol sheets or remember every thin line written,” another BCCI official said. “There is a professional team of people who have to make sure that all the rules are followed and it was Dongre’s duty to make sure that the players are informed that they cannot enter an indoor area,” said he added (with the entries of the PTI).