India stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane opened up on the ongoing 'quarantine controversy'. Rahane said that the Indian team is not at all annoyed with the bio-secure protocols. He, however, conceded that it was 'challenging' to be confined when life outside their five-star facility in Sydney seems to be 'normal'. Rahane added that the team's focus is on the third test at the Sydney cricket ground starting Thursday. The stand-in captain was speaking at the pre-match virtual press conference. The India vs Australia border-Gavaskar trophy is levelled at 1-1. India, meanwhile, announced their playing XI for the Sydney test. Rohit Sharma, who is also the vice-captain, returned to the xi replacing Mayank Agarwal. Navdeep Saini will make his test debut replacing the injured Umesh Yadav.