Dubai/London, July 17: The adjudicator who will investigate the Jimmy Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja incident will be named Thursday by the ICC even as Level 2 charges were filed against the Indian all-rounder.
According to ICC regulation, one among the existing Code of Conduct panel member will be the adjudicator in the case.
However, the chairman of the ICC Code of Conduct Committee Michael Beloff, Sir Oliver Popplewell and Justice Goolam Vahanvati can't be appointed as the first two are from England and the last named person is from India.
"The ICC will announce the name tomorrow depending upon the availability of one of these members and keeping in mind that the Indian or Englishman can't be the adjudicator. All the members have a strong legal background and even those from associate nations. In fact, Kenya's Sharad Rao investigated the Pakistan match-fixing case," an ICC source told PTI yesterday (July 16).
So it will be one among Australia's Gordon Lewis, Bangladesh's Ajmalul Hossain, New Zealander Nicholas Davidson, Pakistan's Muhammad Aslam Sanjrani, South Africa's Albie Sachs, Sri Lankan Ruwanpura De Silva, West Indies' Adrian Saunders, Zimbabwe's Moses Mtombeni, Bermuda Marc Wetherhill, The Netherlands' Steven van Hoogstraten, Canada's Stindar K Lal, Ireland's Frank Sowman and Kenya's Sharad Rao and Scotland's Brent Lockie.