According to the Indian Express, it is learnt that the BCCI’s defence counsel has procured incriminating evidence which includes video footage of the alleged incident between Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson.

Anderson could be banned for at least two Tests, which will rule him out of the ongoing series, and the Jadeja’s guilty verdict for a Level 1 offence could be over-turned. Anderson’s hearing is scheduled to be held tomorrow when Jadeja’s appeal will also be heard.

Further, this latest development has strengthened the Indian board’s stand on appealing Boon’s judgement that found the 25-year-old guilty of having indulged in ‘conduct contrary to the spirit of the game’. With footage, they will also be confident of proving their Level 3 charge against Anderson for having pushed and abused Jadeja.

This seems to be a major boost for BCCI in the case. Hopefully, justice will prevail for one and all.

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