Pakistan batsman Kamran Akmal makes unbelievably shocking claim about Umar’s reduced ban

Kamran Akmal made shocking claim about Umar Akmal's reduced ban Pakistan cricket

Kamran Akmal: “It is a big relief for us to be honest that the ban has reduced from three years to 1.5 years. Still, it is too long and harsh for Umar as he wants to play cricket as soon as possible”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has said that his brother Umar’s ban is still “too long and harsh” even though it was reduced from three years to 18 months.

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Kamran Akmal makes extremely shocking comments about brother Umar’s 3-year ban

Kamran Akmal makes incredibly shocking comments about Umar Akmal's 3-year ban Pakistan cricket

Kamran Akmal: “There are precedents of much shorter bans on similar violations in the past. We are at a loss to understand why Umar Akmal has been treated differently”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal accused the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) of treating his brother differently after Umar was given a three-year ban.

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Chandimal to remain banned for third Test after appeal fails

Dinesh Chandimal appeal fails remain banned for 3rd Test against West Indies Sri Lanka cricket

Dinesh Chandimal’s appeal failed and he will therefore remain banned for the third Test against the West Indies

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Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal will remain banned for the third Test against the West Indies after his appeal was dismissed by Michael Beloff QC, the ICC-appointed judicial commissioner.

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Chandimal appeals against ball tampering ban

Dinesh Chandimal appeal one-Test ban ball tampering Sri Lanka cricket

Dinesh Chandimal (centre) has decided to appeal against the one-Test ban he received after being found guilty of ball tampering

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Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has appealed against the one-Test suspension handed to him after International Cricket Council (ICC) match referee Javagal Srinath found him guilty of ball tampering.

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