Cricket News sort by UDRS

In spite of all the criticism and controversies, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided tocontinue with the inconclusive Decision Review System (DRS) that is currently in place to aid umpires following a recent meeting.

Pakistan Cricket Board has once again shown its strong support for the Umpires Decision Review System by announcing that it would be used in the Test and ODI series against England next month.

Though the much contentious Decision Review System (DRS) will now be a part of the four-match series between England and India starting at Lord's on Thursday, the Leg Before Wicket (LBW) decision will not be reviewed under the present protocol.

Sri Lanka's board has reportedly decided not to use the Decision Review System (DRS) during the upcoming series against Australia, despite the ICC last month making the DRS mandatory for Tests and one-day internationals. The new rule does not take effect until October 1, meaning Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) can save some money by refusing to have umpire reviews in place for Australia's seven-week tour that starts in August.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has adopted the Umpire Decision Review System (UDRS) with certain modifications, for all three formats of the game, during its ongoing annual meeting at Hong Kong.

The Indian cricket team has given a thumbs up to the Decision Review System (DRS) in its revised form which makes the ball-tracker technology optional in bilateral series.

India paid a heavy price for refusing the usage of the Decision Review System in the ongoing first cricket Test against West Indies with as many as three batsmen falling to dubious decisions which could have gone the visitors' way had the DRS been in place.

Just weeks after quitting the Indian coach job, Gary Kirsten has openly put his views against BCCI which has long made public its stand against UDRS.

England fast bowler Chris Tremlett cannot understand whyIndia are so vehemently opposed to cricket's Decision Review System (DRS).