Australia vs India: Ambati Rayudu’s bowling action was found the suspect

Australia vs India: Ambati Rayudu’s bowling action was found the suspect. Ambati Rayudu’s bowling action has been found to be suspect during the first one-day international match against Australia in Sydney.

The match officials have submitted a report to the Indian team management, in which the validity of bowling action of the 33-year-old off-spinner has been questioned.

After this, he will now have to go through the illegal bowling inquiry process of the ICC. They have to go through a trial within 14 days and during this period, until the results come to light, Rayudu is allowed to continue bowling in international cricket.


Let us know that Rayudu had two over bowlers in the first one-day match against Australia on January 12.

If Rayudu’s bowling action is declared illegal then it would be a big blow to the Indian team.

Ambati Rayudu is the only player from Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh not to be in the team who can contribute both bat and ball. However, now it is to see if they get permission to bowl forward or not.

Captain Kohli is looking for an alternative to a sixth bowler since losing in Pune in the third one-dayer against West Indies last year.

Since then, India has abandoned the policy of adding two-leg spinners to the team, due to which both Kuldeep Yadav and Yuswendra Chahal are not included in the team together.

At this time the team is running a pair of Ravindra Jadeja with either of these two. Jadeja has been given preference because of his batting ability along with bowling.

However, Hardik Pandya is currently suspended and Kedar Jadhav’s round-arm bowling action makes him susceptible to injuries, in such a way, his bowling action for captain Kohli can be found to be invalid, and his problems can be increased.