Judicial Commissioner Gordon Lewis will hold the hearing of England fast bowler James Anderson via videoconference on August 1, the ICC confirmed today. This will be a day after the conclusion of the third Test at Southampton. India lead the five-Test series 1-0 after their 95-run win at Lord's on Sunday. (When India accused Anderson of abusing, shoving Jadeja)
Lewis announced this during the preliminary hearing, which was held on Tuesday morning and attended by representatives of Anderson and the ECB and their legal counsel, the ICC's Ethics & Regulatory Lawyer, and representatives of the BCCI and their legal counsel.
Meanwhile, the ICC has confirmed that following discussions and agreement between the relevant parties and as per the Code of Conduct, David Boon of the Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees will hold the hearing of Ravindra Jadeja. Both Anderson and Jadeja were allegedly involved in a skirmish on Day 2 (July 10) of the first Test at Nottingham. (Related: Cook says accusing Anderson is a part of India's strategy)