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In addition to recommending the use of saliva on the ball, the ICC Cricket Committee, led by Kumble, has suggested in the COVID-19 scenario for additional review at local umpires and test matches.
Arguing the recommendations of the ICC Cricket Committee, the former Indian captain said that the suggestion of using local umpires was made due to the worldwide travel restrictions in the wake of the epidemic.
“I think time was needed to start cricket. We also felt that quarantine measures could happen due to travel restrictions. You don’t have too many elite umpires on the panel. Therefore, we felt that cricket To kickstart. Its best to use local umpires, “Kumble said on the Star Sports show ‘Cricket Connected’.
“Most countries do not have experience, local umpires do not have test match experience or are not part of the test match. 20 years ago we started neutral umpiring because of the perception of bias.
He added, “Recommendation of additional review is not the root cause for both teams, but we felt there could be potential inexperience in the event of a Test match, which is why both teams would probably benefit from the additional review.” Added.
While the ICC Cricket Committee recommended a ban on the use of saliva to shine the ball, it did not appear that sweating would pose a serious health risk.
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