Anderson — Jadeja row hearing to be held after the third Test

Anderson — Jadeja row disciplinary hearing will be held on August 1st at the conclusion of the third Test between England and India.

Anderson was accused of ‘pushing and abusing’ Ravindra Jadeja and might face a 4-Test match ban OR 8-ODI ban. Indian southpaw is also accused of ‘approaching Anderson in a threatening manner.’ He faces a one-Test ban if found guilty.

Gordon Lewis, the appointed judicial commissioner had a preliminary hearing with both the parties via teleconference on Tuesday.

The meeting was attended by, according to the ICC, “representatives of Anderson and the ECB and their legal counsel, the ICC’s ethics and regulatory lawyer, and representatives of the BCCI and their legal counsel.

“David Boon of the Emirates elite panel of ICC match referees will hold the hearing of Ravindra Jadeja. Details of this hearing are being worked out and will be announced in due course.”

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