LONDON (AFP) - The international Cricket Council have ignored pleas from international Cup stars to clear up the bail controversy that threatens to wreck the match.

India captain Virat Kohli and Australia skipper Aaron Finch joined forces to condemn the "unfair" hassle on Sunday.

Australia s David Warner avoided being bowled early in his facet s unsuccessful run-chase towards India while he deflected Jasprit Bumrah s delivery onto the wicket through his boot.


now not for the first time on this match, the ball struck the stumps however did not dislodge the bails, which means Warner earned an unexpected reprieve.

It was the fifth incident in the tournament of the  zing  bails, which include lights that flash when the ball hits the wicket, failing to return off while hit.

but no matter requires a change to the bails from Kohli, Finch and previous England captains Michael Vaughan and Nasser Hussain, event organisers haven't any plans to make a transfer returned to the traditional timber fashion.

"We wouldn t trade some thing mid-occasion as it would compromise the integrity of the event - the device is the equal for all 10 teams throughout all 48 video games," the international Cricket Council, the sport s s international governing frame, instructed Sky sports activities in a announcement on Tuesday.

"The stumps have no longer modified inside the final four years. They were utilized in all ICC occasions since the 2015 men s Cricket international Cup and in a variety of domestic occasions.

"this means they ve been used in more than one thousand video games -- that is a statistical anomaly.

"This issue has always been a part of the sport, with the regularly occurring idea being that it calls for a few pressure to disturb a batsman s  fort ."