India will kick off their down under campaign on the November 21. Just 3 weeks shy of the tour, the BCCI, asked their counterparts, cricket Australia to remove beef from India’s menu.
The ruling body of cricket in India has reportedly pushed their request via an official while he has on the tour to Australia inspecting pitches.
Recently while India was touring England, BCCI had faced a strong backlash from fans after the cricket body shared an image of the menu. The menu consisted of, Braised Beef Pasta.
A well earned Lunch for #TeamIndia.
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While, according to reports, it has been said that such change has been introduced eying the diet of players.
The inspection team has requested the Aussie board to add more vegetarian delicacies to the menu.
The BCCI has also subscribed to the services of an Indian restaurant to supply food for the players.
India will play 3 T20 Internationals, 4 Test matches and 3 One Day Internationals. The first game will be played at The Gabba, Brisbane on the 21st of November. The final game of the tour will be played on January 18 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
In their last encounter in Australia, the Indian team ended up on the losing side in the Test series with a score of 2-0.