West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell next week faces a preliminary hearing before an independent anti-doping disciplinary panel after he missed three doping tests within a 12-month span.
Russell was not suspended over the infraction but still faces a two-year ban if found guilty.
Russell’s lawyer says the meeting will only be for preliminary matters and no evidence will be given.
The violation was confirmed by the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission.
World Anti-Doping Agency rules state athletes must inform their local anti-doping agency where they will be for at least one hour each day to facilitate drug tests.
Missing three doping checks within a year is akin to a failed test.