Pakistan to Help Bowlers With Suspect Actions

Premier Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal was recently reported for a suspect action in Sri Lanka.

updated: August 26, 2014 21:26 IST
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Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal (L) arrives with a Pakistan official (R) at the Australian National Cricket Centre, Brisbane. Under-scrutiny Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal will miss part of his side's one-day series against Sri Lanka as he undergoes tests on his bowling action in Australia, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) officials said.


Karachi: Pakistan on Tuesday formed a committee to identify and help bowlers with suspect actions at an early stage after their ace spinner Saeed Ajmal was reported over his deliveries.

The 36-year-old underwent tests at a Brisbane lab on Monday and faces a possible ban from the International Cricket Council (ICC) if they reveal his action is illegal. (Also read: Pakistan forced to dump ambitious T20 league)

The report on the tests is due in two weeks.

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