Anderson, Jadeja hearing to be held after second test
Anderson is said to have “abused and pushed” the Indian spinner during the match at Trent Bridge and has been charged with a level three misconduct offence, which could see him banned for up to four test matches.
Jadeja has been charged with a level two offence after being accused of approaching Anderson in a threatening manner, which could see him lose his entire match fee or be banned for one test.
Gordon Lewis, Australia’s representative on the ICC’s Code of Conduct Commission, will act as the commissioner.
A preliminary hearing will be held by telephone on July 22, the day after the ongoing second test at Lord’s is scheduled to end, before a date for a full hearing is set- Reuters