West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels has been reported for bowling with a suspect action for the third time in his career.
The part-time off-spinner was cited after his side's first-Test defeat by Sri Lanka in Galle on Saturday.
The 34-year-old Jamaican will now need to have testing within 14 days.
Samuels was suspended from bowling in 2008 as a result of his action and has been banned from bowling quicker deliveries since 2013.
The latter ban came as a result of him being reported to the International Cricket Council (ICC) during a Test in India, but this did not preclude him from bowling his standard off-break deliveries.
After his original ban in February 2008, he continued to play as a specialist batsman but did not resume bowling in internationals until September 2011, having served an unrelated two-year suspension from cricket between May 2008 and May 2010 for passing information to a bookmaker.
|Off-spinners under ICC scrutiny|
|Marlon Samuels||West Indies||Reported in November 2013; cleared in December (but banned from bowling quicker deliveries); reported again in October 2015|
|Shane Shillingford||West Indies||Reported in November 2013; suspended in December; cleared to return in March 2014 (but banned from bowling doosra)|
|Sachithra Senanayake||Sri Lanka||Reported in June 2014; suspended in July; cleared to return in December|
|Kane Williamson||New Zealand||Reported in June 2014; suspended in July; cleared to return in December|
|Saeed Ajmal||Pakistan||Reported in August 2014; suspended in September; cleared to return in February 2015|
|Prosper Utseya||Zimbabwe||Reported in August 2014; suspended in October; cleared to bowl seam in December (but banned from bowling off-spin)|
|Sohag Gazi||Bangladesh||Reported in August 2014; suspended in October; cleared to return in February 2015|
|Malcolm Waller||Zimbabwe||Reported in November 2014; suspended in December; cleared to return in August 2015|
|Mohammad Hafeez||Pakistan||Reported in November 2014; suspended in December; cleared to return in April 2015; reported again in June; banned for 12 months in July|
|Bilal Asif||Pakistan||Reported in October 2015|