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New Delhi: International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket Committee Chairman Anil Kumble said on Wednesday that cricket has an advantage over other sports in the sense that the pitch can be prepared in such a way that the bat-bat balance is made are.
The COVID-19 epidemic has forced the ICC Cricket Committee to decide to ban the use of saliva in its bid to resume cricket. There has been talk of allowing other prostheses to help bowlers shine the ball without using saliva, but it has not been suggested by the committee.
Kumble said that the committee has not given permission to decide that this has been the custom all along.
“Our intention was to start cricket. We can’t call it normal, but then this is the new normal way we all need to use it,” Kumble said in a webinar by FICCI titled Sporting Events: The Embracing the New Normal Said during. ”
“The safety and security of players is a major concern and with this in mind, and based on medical advice, we believe saliva can be a major contributor to the disease.
“So we banned the use of saliva, although it is second nature in cricket. That’s why players will be difficult to manage. In training, they have to start slowly. It’s just about coming back and playing Not, but also about coming back. After a two-and-a-half-month lockdown, “said legendary leg-spinner and former India captain Kumble.
“Especially if you are a bowler, you need those bowling overs under your belt before you start competing. So it is important that you slowly and slowly get back into normalcy again.
“The advantage in cricket over other sports is that the pitch has an element of an adjustable version that is not there in many sports.
“We believe on the cricket committee that if you want a better balance between bat and ball..and all these years we are very hard on what to use and what not to use the ball..but again Go back and relax it was something like “We felt that the Cricket Committee should not do this to us.
“In cricket, you could manage the pitch in such a way that you could strike a better balance between bat and ball. The idea was to kickstart cricket. There would be challenges and you would have to play one game at a time.” “Added the 49-year-old.
After such a long break as Kumble, Kumble players need to play a warm-up match and load themselves up before reaching the close of the Test match.
“Players have to back up some sort of body load before playing a test match.
“It is not easy for bowlers to throw 30 overs and it is also difficult for batsmen. So there is probably some favorable game before playing a Test match.”

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