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Indian Express - Published

Bharat Arun on 'external substance' to shine ball: Let's try it out

The use of saliva to shine the ball is a "difficult habit" to get over but India's bowling coach Bharat Arun says he won't mind an "external substance" at its expense if the same is used across teams...
Mid-Day - Published

Cricket will be boring contests: Mitchell Starc on saliva ban

Cricket runs the risk of becoming "pretty boring" if balance is not struck between bat and ball in the wake of the coronavirus-linked ban on using saliva to shine the ball, Australia's premier pacer..
Mid-Day - Published

Cricket runs risk of becoming boring following saliva ban, warns Starc

Starc said he is looking forward to playing a day-night Test in the home series against India.
Hindu - Published

Saliva ban would be temporary, says ICC's Kumble

A recommendation banning the use of saliva to shine a cricket ball when the sport resumes after the novel coronavirus shutdown is only a temporary measure, Anil Kumble, the chairman of the..
Reuters India - Published

Need more clarity on ICC guidelines, says Shakib Al Hasan

Banned Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al-Hasan feels the ICC guidelines on ways to resume cricket leave a lot of unanswered questions and there are issues which require discussion before the sport..
Mid-Day - Published

Joe Root: Saliva ban can enhance bowlers' skills

England captain Joe Root feels the ban on using saliva to shine the ball to combat the COVID-19 threat might improve the skills of the bowlers, who will have to work harder to get something out of the..
Mid-Day - Published

Anil Kumble: Ban on saliva is only an interim measure

ICC Cricket Committee chairman Anil Kumble says the recommendation to ban saliva for shining the ball is only an interim measure and "things will go back to normal" once the COVID-19 pandemic is..
Mid-Day - Published

‘Saliva ban an interim measure’

ICC Cricket Committee chairman Anil Kumble says the recommendation to ban saliva for shining the ball is only an interim measure and “things will go b
Hindu - Published

'Only an interim measure,' says Anil Kumble on ICC's decision to ban saliva for shining the ball

The Anil Kumble-led ICC Cricket Committee had recommended banning the use of saliva to shine the ball during cricket matches amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
DNA - Published

Chris Woakes: We will find ways to shine the ball without saliva

England all-rounder Chris Woakes feels banning the use of saliva on balls will not be an issue as bowlers will eventually find other ways to shine the ball. Earlier this week, the ICC Cricket Committee..
Mid-Day - Published

Brett Lee on ICC guideline on usage of saliva: Hard to change overnight

Former Australia pacer Brett Lee feels the latest ICC guidelines, instructing against the usage of saliva on the balls in the post COVID-19 scenario, will be difficult to implement. The ICC Cricket..
Mid-Day - Published

Saliva ban, chartered flights advised for travel, etc: Here's ICC's new guidelines for resumption of cricket

The 16-page document developed by the ICC Medical Advisory Committee in consultation with member Medical Representatives provides total guidance over the safe resumption of community cricket, domestic..
DNA - Published

Robin Uthappa wants BCCI to lift player ban on overseas T20 leagues

The Indian cricket board should lift its ban on male players competing in overseas Twenty20 tournaments, says ex-India batsman Robin Uthappa.
BBC Sport - Published

Cricket: Need practice to break saliva habit, says India's Ashwin

India's Ravichandran Ashwin says he will need practice to break the habit of applying saliva to shine the ball, an age-old ploy which faces a potential ban when cricket resumes after the coronavirus..
Reuters India - Published

'Natural for me to put saliva on ball, will have to try and adapt': R Ashwin on changes in cricket post COVID-19 crisis

Cricket may return back amid the coronavirus outbreak, but a few changes may be seen in the game. From the ban on using saliva to shine the ball to no spectators in the stadium, a lot will be changed..
DNA - Published

Pat Cummins accepts saliva risk but seeks alternate option

Australia's premier fast bowler Pat Cummins while accepting the health risk associated with the usage of saliva urged game's custodians to come out with an alternate option to strike a balance between..
Mid-Day - Published

Sir Andy Roberts: Difficult for players to stop applying saliva as it comes naturally

sir andy roberts: difficult for players to stop applying saliva as it comes naturally
Sir Andy Roberts has warned the International Cricket Council (ICC) against allowing any artificial substance to be applied on the ball. There has been talk about polish, wax or a suitable substance..
Mid-Day - Published

Australia's quick Pat Cummins wants 'something artificial' to shine ball

Australia's quick Pat Cummins wants cricket`s lawmakers to approve the use of an artificial substance to shine the ball after a ban on the use of saliva was recommended in the wake of the COVID-19..
Zee News - Published

UPDATE 1-Cricket-Australia's Cummins wants artificial substance to shine ball

* Team mate Hazlewood says proposed saliva ban tough to police (Recasts with Cummins quotes)
Reuters India - Published

Pakistan cricketer Umar Akmal files appeal against 3-year ban

Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal has filed an appeal against the three-year ban imposed on him, seeking a reduction in the duration of the sanction. Akmal was banned from all representative cricket on..
Mid-Day - Published

Cricket-Saliva ban would be hard to police, says Australia's Hazlewood

Australia quick Josh Hazlewood says the proposed ban on cricketers using saliva to shine the ball will be difficult to police but ultimately might not make much difference to the art of swing bowling.
Reuters India - Published

Sri Lanka planning to resume cricket by hosting India, Bangladesh in July

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) is planning to resume cricket in the country in July by hosting India and Bangladesh, only if both the respective boards approve the proposal. "We have made inquiries from..
Mid-Day - Published Also reported by •Indian Express

Saliva ban could change the swing of things in cricket

saliva ban could change the swing of things in cricket
Saliva ban could change the swing of things in cricket
FOX Sports - Published

Ban use of saliva on ball: ICC committee

The Anil Kumble-led ICC Cricket Committee on Monday recommended banning the use of saliva to shine the ball owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. During a meeting over a video conference, the committee also..
Mid-Day - Published

Ishant Sharma: Pacers must get used to new normal

Senior India pacer Ishant Sharma says fast bowlers will have to get used to the "new normal" if the ICC decides to ban the use of saliva to shine the ball owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. The..
Mid-Day - Published

Cricket: ICC recommends ban on using saliva to shine balls

The age-old trick of using saliva to shine a cricket ball could be a thing of the past when cricket resumes, with the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday recommending a change to the sport's..
Reuters India - Published

ICC set to ban use of saliva to shine cricket balls

Players are likely to be banned from using saliva to shine the ball by the International Cricket Council when the sport resumes after the coronavirus pandemic.
BBC Sport - Published

COVID-19 pandemic: Kumble-led ICC committee recommends ban on saliva to polish ball

The ICC Cricket Committee recommended changes to ICC regulations to mitigate the risks posed by the COVID-19 and protect the safety of players and match officials.
DNA - Published Also reported by •Indian ExpressIndiaTimes


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