Cricket News: This season KKR has found themselves in a difficult situation when their marquee bowler Mitchell Starc pull out his name from the tournament at the closing stage, and earlier than their West Indian All rounder Sunil Narine got alleged with his bowling action again in the PSL.
VIVO IPL 2018: Narine has to pass a test in Chennai to register his name for this season’s IPL.
On 8th April KKR will play their first game of this season against RCB at their own backyard and now if KKR wants the Caribbean star to do the bowling for them then he needs to pass the test at Sri Ramachandra Sports Medicine Centre for his suspected bowling action.
As per the norms of IPL if a bowler has been alleged for his bowling action anywhere in the world has to give a test on the board entrusted clinic in Chennai and that is the one and only such center in India.
Earlier that incident the spinner has found himself under that condition in many occasions and this time he braces himself to represent his old team KKR, but now the picture does not look that much conventional for the Spinner.
A sports portal representative voiced: “We have to first look at the videos of his earlier faulty action, and then see his remodeled one now.”
In that Ramachandra Sports Medicine, the bowler has to give a test in 3-D technology and sensor will be used to check his elbow position from different angles, then his reports will send to the BCCI, the suspect action committee comprises with S. Venkatraghavan, Javagal Srinath, and A.V. Jayaprakash, Now his future is in their hand.