DRS to be used on trial basis for England Tests: BCCI

New Delhi: BCCI statement today said that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will bring into action the controversial Decision Review System in the upcoming Test series between India and England on a trial basis to analyze the improvements made to it over a period of time.

A BCCI team accepted its use only after evaluating the improvements made to the system in a meeting with the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Hawkeye officials. The BCCI team expressed satisfaction that most of the concerns and suggestions that were expressed by them over a period of time, were addressed to a significant extent.

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The key changes, which have been effected, comprise of the introduction of ultramotion cameras will address issues with reference to calculating the predictive path which permits the ball tracking, to be more precised. DRS will also have manual intervention to set the impact point has been controlled by the introduction of the “Ultra edge”, which will help in determining the frame of impact.

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