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Fifty players were up for grabs on Tuesday afternoon as the braintrust of new IPL teams Pune and Rajkot were allowed first grab at 5 players each before the 'real' IPL auction gets underway in February next year.

Pune, by virtue of bidding higher for the rights to their team, were given the right to choose first, and unsurprisingly they opted for Skipper MS Dhoni. Rajkot followed suit by buying IPL legend Suresh Raina, who might finally get a chance to show his leadership potential in this format.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) today confirmed that it has received and considered the written decision of His Honour Gordon Lewis AM in respect of his findings that England’s James Anderson and India’s Ravindra Jadeja were not guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, following an extensive disciplinary hearing held in Southampton on Friday.

After assessing the content of the decision, the ICC is satisfied with the reasons provided and has elected not to exercise its discretion to appeal against the decision relating to James Anderson, pursuant to clause 8.3.2 of the ICC Code of Conduct.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) today urged all relevant parties to respect the judicial process in relation to the alleged incident that took place during the first Test at Trent Bridge which has resulted in charges being brought against England’s James Anderson and India’s Ravindra Jadeja.

In a statement on Sunday, ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said: “England captain Alastair Cook and, more recently, India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni have made public comments relating to the alleged incident that took place during the first Test at Trent Bridge, the latter of which is critical of and undermines the ICC disciplinary process.

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India’s Ravindra Jadeja has been found guilty of a Level 1 breach of the ICC Code of Code for Players and Player Support Personnel for his involvement in an incident with James Anderson during the second day of the first cricket Test against England at Trent Bridge on 10 July.

Jadeja was fined 50 per cent of his match fee by David Boon of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees, who found him not guilty of the offence which he was originally charged with, but found him guilty under Article 2.1.8, that relates to ‘conduct contrary to the spirit of the game’.

Jadeja was reported for a breach of Article 2.2.11 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel by England team manager Phil Neale on 16 July for his alleged altercation with Anderson after they had left the field for lunch.

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His Honour Gordon Lewis AM, the Judicial Commissioner will hold the hearing of England fast bowler James Anderson via videoconference on Friday 1 August at 0900 (BST), the ICC confirmed today.

The Judicial Commissioner announced this during the preliminary hearing, which was held on Tuesday morning and attended by representatives of Mr Anderson and the ECB and their legal counsel, the ICC’s Ethics & Regulatory Lawyer, and representatives of the BCCI and their legal counsel.

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India took control of the Lord’s test as they forced England into a wobbly situation at 105-4 on day 4 after posting a target of 319 for the hosts to get in over four sessions. Ravindra Jadeja and Bhuvneshwar Kumar shone with the bat as India were helped to a second innings total of 342 before their bowlers bowled with intent and discipline.

England conceded 12 runs in the opening over of the day through Stuart Broad as Murali Vijay and MS Dhoni looked to build on an overnight lead of 141 runs. Vijay adapted quickly as he looked his usual defensive self from the previous day. Dhoni looked more sedate at his end as he chose to support the partnership that slowly went past 50. Vijay, though cautious, made sure to punish the bad balls as India went past the 200-run mark.

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The ICC today confirmed that England team manager Phil Neale has charged India’s Ravindra Jadeja under Level 2 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel for an alleged incident that took place on the second day of the first cricket Test at Trent Bridge.

The alleged offence has been reported under Article 2.2.11 of the ICC Code of Conduct for Players and Player Support Personnel, which states: “Where the facts of the alleged incident are not adequately or clearly covered by any of the above offences, conduct that either: (a) is contrary to the spirit of the game; or (b) brings the game into disrepute.”

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