International Cricket Council to examine India pollution Test
Hazardous smog interrupted the third Test between India and Sri Lanka in New Delhi on December 3, with players wearing face masks as air quality dipped in the world's most polluted capital city.
The controversy will also be discussed at an International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting in February.
"The ICC has noted the conditions in which the Delhi Test was played and has already requested the issue is considered by the medical committee for guidance should the situation arise in future," said an ICC statement.
Sri Lankan players wore masks while fielding during the match which ended in a draw on Wednesday. Bowlers from both sides were seen vomiting on the ground.
At its peak, concentrations of the smallest and most harmful pollution particles were at 18 times the World Health Organization`s safe limit, according to the US embassy website.