West Indies’ Kraigg Brathwaite reported for suspected illegal bowling action
Kraigg Brathwaite was reported for a suspected illegal bowling action following the West Indies’ Test series defeat India.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) state Brathwaite was reported after the second test against India, which finished last week.
Under ICC rules, Brathwaite will have to undergo testing on his actions to find out if it should be declared illegal.
Brathwaite has until September 14 to possess the tests until a decision is made after the examinations, and he can still bowl in international cricket.
Introduction batsman Brathwaite was formerly reported for a suspect action in August 2017 but was removed after an independent inspection.
The offbreak, that made his test introduction that was full bowled nine overs throughout the evaluation against India, taking one wicket.
Brathwaite signed to their final three games of their County Championship Division Two year for Glamorgan.
West Indies’ Global fixture is against Afghanistan in a T20 on November 5.
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