News coming from ICC that there is some kind of modification in DRS (Decision Reveiw System) by International cricket council committee for T20 Matches.
Two of the greatest changes that are
- Groups not losing a review under Decision Review System (DRS) if the choice goes as ‘Umpire’s call’
- Players will be sent off from the field if there should arise an occurrence of savage lead.
The suggestions advanced were reviewed, talked about and endorsed amid the meeting in London this previous week after the finish of the ICC Champions Trophy.
The choice on DRS incorporates the use of the reviews in T20 International matches. In the interim, for Tests, the present manage permitting the top-up of reviews after 80 overs in Tests has been evacuated. The base norms for DRS utilize would incorporate the obligatory utilization of authorize ball following and edge identification innovation.
In other enormous changes to the game, players can be sent off by umpires if there should arise an occurrence of amazingly genuine episodes of player unfortunate behavior, for example, brutality on the field. All different offenses would keep on being managed under the ICC Code of Conduct.
Two other real changes to the laws of the diversion which have been suggested and acknowledged are on the limitation on bat measurements (thickness of edges and profundity of bat) – something that has for quite some time been contended upon because of the developing difference amongst batsmen and bowlers. Further, a batsman will be considered as having made his or her ground when a bat ricochets in the wake of being grounded behind the wrinkle by a running or jumping batsman. The present preclude tallied the batsman if the bat is noticeable all around when the stumps are irritated.
NOTE: The new ICC principles and changes will become effective from 1st of October.