SYDNEY:-

Darren Lehmann, the Australia coach, has praised the ICC's recent crackdown on suspect bowling actions, saying it is good for the game. Since July 2014, the ICC's match officials have reported six bowlers for suspect actions. Lehmann had earlier raised the issue of suspect actions, specifically against West Indies' Marlon Samuels during the Big Bash League 2012-13. "The ICC have obviously decided to have a crackdown on it and that's good for the game. We've got to make sure that area is right."– Agencies