The 37-year-old right-arm medium pacer has been accused of making use of hand sanitiser in a match in opposition to Middlesex final month wherein he took three wickets.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has opened an investigation into the case.
“Mitch Claydon is suspended pending the outcome of an ECB allegation of placing hand sanitiser on the ball in our match against Middlesex. There will be no further comment at this stage,” Sussex mentioned in an announcement on their web site.
As per strict well being protocols laid down by the ICC and cricket boards of various international locations, gamers are barred from utilizing saliva to shine the ball. As a substitute, using synthetic substances can also be not allowed.
The suspension means the veteran pacer won’t function in Sussex’s 14-member squad for his or her subsequent Bob Willis Trophy match in opposition to Surrey.
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