The former Australian pacer Lee also said that reverse swing will not come into play much because of the saliva ban.
Australia to revert to Kookaburra from Dukes to assist spinners from 2020/21 Sheffield Shield season
The Dukes were introduced to the Sheffield Shield in 2016/17 to help prepare Australia’s batsmen for the ball used on English pitches in the leadup to the 2019 Ashes.
Woakes feels appying saliva on the ball is a habit and it will take some practice to get rid of it when cricket resumes.
Not too sure on use of polish to shine ball post COVID-19, says former West Indies pacer Michael Holding
Holding said it is a natural inclination for bowlers to apply saliva or sweat to shine the ball.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Shane Warne suggests using weighted balls to help pacers generate swing without risking health
Shane Warne said compared to the bat, the ball used in cricket has not really evolved over the years.
India vs West Indies: Virat Kohli demands use of Duke balls in Test matches, says quality of SG balls has gone down
While India use their home-made 'SG Test' from early '90s (Sonnex was the ball before that) manufactured by Meerut-based Sanspareils Greenlands, England and West Indies use the UK's Dukes with the most pronounced seam.
India vs England: What makes the Duke cricket balls so different from Kookabura and SG? Manufacturers explain
In the last few years, the durability of the cricket ball has been the talk of the cricketing world. In fact the Dukes ball's competitor ‘Kookaburra' has copped criticism for its lack of quality. But despite the current players supporting the Dukes ball, the ICC and the majority of the cricket boards are reluctant to use it, preferring to stick with the Australian made Kookaburra.
India vs South Africa: Bhuvneshwar Kumar says bowling with the red Kookaburra ball will be challenging
Bhuvneshwar Kumar said the pace attack has not yet gotten down to strategising for the game and the focus is on bowling long spells.
Moeen Ali is confident it will take more than a pink ball to put him off his stride during England's inaugural day/night Test against West Indies
Hockey World League: Belgium shock favourites Australia in semi-finals, set up final against Germany
A brilliant Cedric Charlier goal set up Belgium for a surprise 2-1 win over Australia in Johannesburg on Friday and a Men's Hockey World League final showdown against Germany.
The BCCI is in talks with British ball manufacturers 'Dukes' for pink balls which can be tested before the proposed day-night Tests later this year.
After laying seaming pitches, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has now imported Duke cricket balls to prepare the national team for the 2016 tour of England
How do you spin a wet bar of soap? Kookaburra, Dukes and the role of the cricket ball in India's loss to West Indies
Kookaburra is made for drier weather and is used in many other countries, including Australia, New Zealand, West Indies, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
New balls, please: Cricket Australia to introduce Dukes red cherries in domestic cricket to prepare players for Ashes 2019
The move will see the Dukes ball, used in England, replace the Australian-made Kookaburra balls in Sheffield Shield ahead of Ashes 2019.
In 138 years of Test cricket, the first break has always been the lunch followed by the tea break but the day-night Test will witness a 'role reversal'.
Big Interview part II: Cricket and bowling gives you a different high which nothing can really match, says Zaheer Khan
Zaheer Khan, in an exclusive interview with Firstpost, speaks about the art of mastering all the three - SG, Dukes and Kookuburra balls, the development of the Knuckle ball and his battles with Graeme Smith.
Kookaburra, the manufacturer of cricket's new pink ball, on Tuesday declared it is Test match ready, if the inaugural day-night contest goes ahead in Australia in November.
Only a dozen Kookaburra balls will be provided by the company for the 1st Test match between India and Australia at the MCG starting on Boxing Day.