Malcolm Waller, Zimbabwe’s part-time offspinner, has become the latest bowler to be reported by the ICC for suspect bowling action during Zimbabwe’s 162 run defeat in the second test against Bangladesh at Khulna. 

The match officials’ report, which was handed over to the Zimbabwe team manager Mufaro Chiturumani after the Test concluded on Friday, cited concerns about the legality of the 30-year-old’s bowling action,” an ICC release said.

Waller will now have to undergo testing within 21 days and can continue to bowl in international cricket until the results of the tests are announced. He is Zimbabwe’s second bowler to be reported for illegal action inside three months. Earlier, Prosper Utseya was reported and after failing the tests he got banned from bowling in October. 

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