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Tuesday, 18 December 2012 - 19:53
No evidence of tampering, says ICC
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ICC match referee Chris Broad has said there was no evidence to suggest that the condition of the ball had been changed by Australia during the Hobart Test, after Sri Lanka had expressed concerns over alleged tampering.

Broad said the umpires had reviewed the video footage and will not lay charges.

The umpires frequently inspect the ball during play, and did so again after they had reviewed the video footage in question on Sunday.

Sri Lanka's team management had expressed concerns over footage it believed showed Peter Siddle tampering with the ball in their first innings.

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