Sydney: Former Australia captain Mark Taylor feels there must be a good bit of leniency proven to gamers on the problem of saliva ban, which has been put ahead by the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) within the wake of coronavirus pandemic.
The ICC just lately launched the system of issuing two warnings per innings to gamers discovered violating the saliva ban. Any additional violation will lead to a five-run penalty.
“They have to try and be lenient which I’m sure they will be but eventually one umpire is going to stick his neck out and say that’s a five-run penalty’,” Taylor advised ‘Channel 9’.
The 55-year-old fears that if bowlers are unable to successfully shine the ball, it can lead to deliveries turning into too predictable for the batsmen in Check cricket. He additionally mentioned that this can lead to the upper totals which in the end isn’t good for the longest format.
“I think it is a bit of a concern because I like, particularly in Test matches, to see the ball slightly dominate the bat, it is a much better game when Test cricket is played that way,” Taylor mentioned.
“My concern will be that if the players can’t shine the ball and the ball does get very straight and very predictable we are going to see more and more runs, more and more high scores in Test match cricket,” Taylor mentioned.
“And that is not the best Test match cricket. Test cricket is much better when the score is around 300,” he added.
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