Article 2.2.9 of the ICC's code of conduct relates to changing the condition of the ball in breach of clause 41.3 of the ICC Standard Test Match, ODI and T20I playing conditions.
A statement from Sri Lanka Cricket late Saturday said it would "take all necessary steps to defend any player, in the event any unwarranted allegation is brought against a member of the team".
The controversy unfolded early on the third day when umpires informed Sri Lanka the ball would be changed and West Indies would be awarded five penalty points, due to the altered condition of the ball.
SLC confirmed support of their players in a subsequent release - saying their team was continuing the Test "under protest" - while Chandimal has formally denied the charge as laid by the umpires.
Sri Lanka on Saturday night said that it will defend the National cricket team over ball tampering allegations which surfaced in the West Indies.
The West Indies were awarded five penalty runs and Sri Lanka eventually agreed to take to the pitch with the ball being changed.
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On the messages exchanged between the pair, Mo Salah simply said: "He sent me a message, but I never told him it was okay". The meaning of this game for him is huge after the injury he suffered in an important match.
Despite being at the centre of the storm, the Sri Lankan skipper put aside that enormous distraction in supporting the in-form Kusal Mendis in a fifth-wicket stand of 117 that helped lift the visitors from the depths of 48 for four to 334 for eight in their second innings and a lead of 287 by the close of play on Sunday.
This was the second such instance within three months, after the Australians were found guilty of ball-tampering in South Africa in March during the third Test between the two nations.
Bancroft was subsequently whacked with a nine-month ban from global and first-class cricket by Cricket Australia.
The visiting team was charged with altering the condition of the ball by the umpires after they reviewed video of the West Indies' first innings on Friday. Pakistan eventually forfeited that game.
Opener Devon Smith fell for 61, having added only eight to his overnight half-century, while wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Dowrich followed up his century in the first Test with 55.
On the field, Sri Lanka clawed their way back into the match to restrict West Indies' lead to 47 after the hosts resumed on 123 for two replying to 253.
Lahiru Kumara was again their most outstanding bowler, constantly threatening with his pace and aggression to finish with figures of four for 86 and lift his wicket tally to 11 halfway through the series.
British pop star Robbie Williams performed at the opening ceremony at the Luzhniki, which will also host the final on July 15. Egypt and Uruguay are due to play the second Group A match in Yekaterinburg on Friday.
Yesterday's summit was the first time a sitting U.S. president had met face-to-face with a North Korean leader. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted that the USA negotiating team "delivers for America's swagger".
The passenger who was not ejected from the auto also was believed to be an American citizen, and in custody. The crash occurred at about noon during a chase that reached speeds of 100 miles per hour , reports say.
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The US side however reportedly believes that an immediate tangible outcome is unlikely following the meet. US President Donald Trump arrived at the venue just 60 seconds before the summit was to begin .
The underdog story continued through World Cup qualifying, with Iceland becoming the smallest country ever to make the tournament. The Argentina great, considered by many to be the best player of all time, has missed more than 20 penalty kicks in his career.
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures were down 0.3 percent at $66.69 per barrel; Brent was down 1 percent at $75.20. Mr Draghi made the announcement at a news conference following the bank's meeting to discuss eurozone monetary policy.
Citizens in the North Korean capital watched the coverage on a big screen TV and read it on the front page of newspapers. Mr Kim has made a tour of some city sights, waving at spectators who cheered as he arrived to visit a high-end hotel.
Gov Jeff Colyer was briefed on the incident as he arrived to a congressional forum hosted by the Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Rohrer, 35, was with the Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office for 17 years and King, 44, was a 14-year veteran.
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The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill Wednesday to subject OPEC to US antitrust law by removing state immunity shields. Official U.S. production and inventory data is due to be published on Wednesday by the Energy Information Administration .
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The Saudi-led coalition has been conducting airstrikes on the city. "We are not giving up", a Security Council diplomat said. Reports over the weekend suggested the Lower Al-Jahah area, south of the city, had been captured in fierce fighting.
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Woods birdied his last two holes, the eighth and ninth at Shinnecock Hills , to have the slimmest of chances to make the weekend. Henley was the only player to reach 3 under at any point, and he promptly gave that back with a double bogey on No. 10.