Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee believes the kukuburra Balls are not in high swing and will not be affected by the Saliva ban. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned cricketers from writing “saliva” on the ball in the wake of the Corona expansion. However, many objected that if Saliva did not write, there would be a change in the way the ball swings, which will affect the bowler’s style of play. Commenting on the matter, Brett Lee said, “I think this is definitely a disadvantage for the bowlers. I think it’s another way to test all the cricketers before they go on the field, to allow only those who are all clear to participate in the game. It also does not have a large reverse swing, so there is no big advantage in rubbing or rubbing the saliva.
After several days International cricket matches between England and the West Indies began. These two teams will play three Test series. The West Indies won the first match. England pacer James Anderson’s performance in this match has been criticized. He says the previous swing in his bowling is not visible. “It simply came to our notice then that England had played the match several days later,” he said. That’s all, but he believes the Saliva effect will not be the same.
Source : ESPN News Channel
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