"It might look a bit interesting if bowlers are using sweat off their back, can't use it off your arms either I don't think, so it makes for a bit of an interesting one," he said.
"Probably not something that's too relevant in white-ball cricket, once that new ball starts to go you are trying to keep it dry anyway so probably more a question for red-ball cricket”.
"No doubt we'll find out what it's like in the practice games and whether we need to revisit any planning around it. We haven't been able to use sweat or saliva back in Australia so that was pretty simple. Slightly more lenient here with the bowler allowed to use sweat from certain places. It's not a huge issue in white-ball cricket, I don't think."
"If the world stays as is for a little while those restrictions will be there, that saliva one will probably be there a lot longer...it's probably more of a relevant question to red-ball cricket and wanting to look after that ball a lot longer and hopefully swinging it around. One for the red-ball team to talk about when we get to that point."