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COVID-19 Effects : ‘Ball Tampering Under Supervision’ May Get Approval

Will ‘Ball Tampering’ be legalized in a different way in cricket? Do not be surprised to hear, because due to the coronavirus epidemic, it may be considered to allow the ball to shine through artificial objects in a special way. As cricket fans know, in this game, players use their saliva or spit to shine the ball and this has been a common practice in the game of cricket, but due to the epidemic that has spread in the present time, cricketers have to be careful. But the bowlers will be facing a problem now as without it,  swinging the ball will be difficult for them.

In the event of failure of something like spit or saliva, it may now be considered to allow the use of artificial material to shine the ball, which will be under the supervision of the umpires. In other words, allowing it to tamper with the ball can also be called. According to a report by a leading cricket website, administrators are considering the option of allowing the use of artificial material to shine the ball under the supervision of umpires.

Especially in Test cricket, the brightness of the ball is very important because it helps the bowlers to get the ball swing and reverse swing. If this option is approved in the long format of cricket, then it would be strange because Steve Smith and David Warner had to face a one-year ban in 2018 and they got Villain in the cricket world in an attempt to rub the ball on the ball. Presented like

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