Originally Posted by marc71178
This is of course assuming that Zimbabwe have a team come Wednesday or even now.
I see that Chris Broad was down to referee this series, but was switched after complaints...
What grounds would those complaints have if the doosra is proven to be illegal?
Zimbabwe will have a team - what it looks like is open to debate, of course.
Slightly tongue-in-cheek but naturally, if the doosra is determined to be illegal, the testing will have to be done all over again until they get it right, and Chris Broad will be quietly forgotten about. If it's found to be legal then Chris Broad will be publicly humiliated, hung out to dry and most definitely not quietly forgotten about.