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St. John's (Antigua): Nearly six months after being banned for a suspect bowling action, West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford could return to international cricket in the ODI series against India after successfully undergoing remedial work.
Shillingford, who has played five Tests, was cleared in the biomechanical bowling analysis conducted by a research team at the University of Western Australia late last month after remedial work on his action at the High Performance Centre in Barbados.
Although the West Indies have announced the squad for the first two ODIs of the five-match series starting on Monday, Shillingford could make it for the remaining three games.
“I am extremely happy that I have been cleared to continue playing international cricket. It has been what I always wanted to do and having to overcome this hurdle has made me stronger and more determined to succeed,” the 28-year-old was quoted as saying by the local media. — PTI
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