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Harbahajan’s appeal set for tomorrow

Published:Monday | January 28, 2008 | 3:07 PM

New Zealand Judge, John Hansen could use recordings from the stump microphone as evidence in Harbhajan Singh\'s appeal against a three-match ban for alleged racist comments.



The India spinner was found guilty of calling Australia\'s Andrew Symonds a monkey in the second Test in Sydney.



Harbhajan\'s two-day appeal, starting tomorrow, will be heard by New Zealand judge John Hansen in Adelaide.



The appeal will be a re-hearing of that which was heard by match referee Mike Procter. In the aftermath of Procter\'s decision