DRS

BCCI's stand on DRS remains same but open to talks: Jagmohan Dalmiya
BCCI's stand on DRS remains same but open to talks: Jagmohan Dalmiya

 Just a couple of days after India's Test captain Virat Kohli gave positive signals about the use of Decision Review System (DRS), the BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Wednesday clarified that board's "stand remains same" but the Cricket Advisory Committee might take a call in future.

Will discuss DRS usage with team: Virat Kohli
Will discuss DRS usage with team: Virat Kohli

India Test captain Virat Kohli said he is open to discussing the usage of the Decision Review System (DRS) with his team, even as the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) continues to oppose its employment in matches.

Nigel Mansell yearns for F1's good old days
Nigel Mansell yearns for F1's good old days

Nigel Mansell says the titanium screws in his left shoulder are a reminder of Formula One`s "good old days" when drivers were not pampered with electronic aids.

No DRS during India series: BCB President
No DRS during India series: BCB President

Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hasan has said that the Decision Review System (DRS) will not be used in the upcoming home series against starting June 10.

ICC cricket committee recommends removal of batting powerplay
ICC cricket committee recommends removal of batting powerplay

Acknowledging that the balance had shifted too far in favour of batsmen in limited-overs format, the ICC cricket committee today recommended the removal of batting powerplay besides allowing five fielders outside the circle in the last 10 overs.

Will split Test and ODI series during future tours, says CA CEO James Sutherland
Will split Test and ODI series during future tours, says CA CEO James Sutherland

The Indian cricket team's 2014-15 tour of Australia is the last time when it would have played both the Tests and tri-nation ODI series together as it will be split into two separate tours from now on, said Cricket Australia's Chief Executive James Sutherland.

ICC admit umpire error in England`s final wicket
ICC admit umpire error in England`s final wicket

The International Cricket Council said the match umpires had made a mistake after reviewing England`s final dismissal in the World Cup against Australia on Saturday which potentially cost James Taylor a century.

Controversial DRS to be used in 2015 ICC World Cup
Controversial DRS to be used in 2015 ICC World Cup

Cricket's world governing body, International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) will be used during the ICC World Cup 2015.

BCCI maintains opposition to DRS in current form
BCCI maintains opposition to DRS in current form

Two days after senior off-spinner Harbhajan Singh and a few former India players came out in support of the much-debated Decision Review System, the Cricket Board maintained today that the referral process in its current form is unacceptable.

Ravi Shastri feels DRS can be used for 'howlers'
Ravi Shastri feels DRS can be used for 'howlers'

 India cricketers' stance on the Decision Review System (DRS) seem to be softening with the national team director Ravi Shastri saying that the technology can be used in the event of "howlers".

Nathan Lyon contradicts MS Dhoni, lauds umpires for good job
Nathan Lyon contradicts MS Dhoni, lauds umpires for good job

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni may not be all that satisfied with the level of umpiring in the ongoing cricket Test series but Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon feels the officials are doing a "pretty good job".

Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI
Accept DRS or suffer, current and former players to BCCI

With close decisions going against India of late, current and former cricketers feel it is high time the BCCI give its nod to the contentious Decision Review System as refusal to accept technology is hurting the team badly.

India vs Australia: 50-50 calls not going our way in series, MS Dhoni
India vs Australia: 50-50 calls not going our way in series, MS Dhoni

Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni says the 50-50 decisions are not going India`s way after his team fell behind 2-0 in the series against Australia at the Gabba on Saturday.

Dilip Vengsarkar bats for DRS after howlers in Tests Down Under
Dilip Vengsarkar bats for DRS after howlers in Tests Down Under

A slew of howlers by umpires in the ongoing India-Australia cricket Test series Down Under has convinced former captain Dilip Vengsarkar to come out in support of the Decision Review System (DRS), a technology whose use has been consistently opposed by BCCI.

Debate on Decision Review System rages on
Debate on Decision Review System rages on

 The use of Decision Review System (DRS) has been a hot topic of discussion since Indian team's refusal to use it. It once again came in to the limelight on the third day of the first Commonwealth Bank Test between India and Australia here Thursday.

No DRS for India-Australia Test series
No DRS for India-Australia Test series

With India continuing its criticism of the Decision Review System in its current form, the technology will not be used in the four-Test series against Australia, starting in Adelaide from Tuesday.

Sachin Tendulkar wants universal technology for DRS
Sachin Tendulkar wants universal technology for DRS

Sachin Tendulkar feels that there is an urgent need to standardise the technology used for Decision Review System (DRS) across all formats in international cricket.

India vs England: Gavaskar slams Indian cricketers for meek surrender

Former captain Sunil Gavaskar Sunday slammed the Indian cricketers for their embarrassing innings defeat in the fourth Test at Old Trafford, saying that they showed "no backbone" to fight against a "persistent" England side.

Pakistan slip after Kumar Sangakkara`s double ton in Galle

Veteran Kumar Sangakkara hit a 200-plus score for the 10th time to light up the fourth day`s play in the first Test between Sri Lanka and Pakistan in Galle Saturday.

1st Test, Day 1: Younis Khan`s ton rescues Pakistan against Sri Lanka

Veteran batsman Younis Khan hit an unbeaten 133 to steer Pakistan out of trouble on the opening day of the first Test against Sri Lanka, here on Wednesday.