After performing well in Sri Lanka Pakistan Test series Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal’s suspect bowling action of will be tested at the Cricket Australia National Cricket Centre in Brisbane by International Cricket Council (ICC). The result of this test will be declared in about two weeks. ICC clarified test procedure to the media. Basically International Cricket Council will test his ‘Doosra’ which was probed in the first Test against Sri Lanka.
In a recent Interview it is said from ICC that Saeed Ajmal will be tested on Monday at the Cricket Australia National Cricket Centre in Brisbane. The test will be conducted by the person who is ICC’s accredited lead team of Human Movement Specialists, tested Sri Lanka’s Sachithra Senanayake and New Zealand’s Kane Williamson before ICC’s.
He was preciously tested in 2009 by ICC. He passed in that test and allowed to continue bowling with a corrective action subject to a 21-day appeal. After that he came again under the monitoring process for his bowling action. On-field umpires Ben Oxenford and Ian Gould and match referee Andy Pycroft, reported that Saeed played the next Test against Sri Lanka only to see Pakistan lose the match. The time and the venue of the lambasted test was decided in discussion with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
The process will be tested and managed by the ICC personnel. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) agreed to the time and the venue of the test. Brisbane is selected for the testing procedure because it is one of a number of world-class facilities that can now be used by ICC accredited Human Movement Specialists for testing bowlers with suspect actions.