Friday, December 30, 2011

Australia maintain to push for DRS Method

Posted by Admin On 7:03 PM


Cricket Australia Chief Executive James Sutherland has said that some terrible decisions against them could induce India to use the contentious technology. Indian players and the Cricket Board (BCCI) are not favor of using the DRS as they feel that the technology has many flaws and they were at the getting end when one component of it was used.

Before the ongoing Test series against Australia, there were calls for the use of DRS but the Indian cricket concern, including skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, has wedged to their guns of not using the technology.

The ICC rules require both countries to agree to the use of DRS. but, Sutherland was obstinate that the DRS should be introducing in all international matches.The technology is here, the viewers are watching it on TV and we're not using it,Sutherland said.

Perhaps we need some pretty awful decisions to go against Indian batsmen,he was quoted as saying by 'The Age'. He said he is confident that the Indians will agree to the use of DRS in the near outlook.

My sense talking to Indian superintendent is that there are a couple of players within the Indian team who don't have a lot of self-assurance in DRS. I think that is perhaps a reason why the BCCI haven't seen themselves in a position to really approve it at this stage,Sutherland said.Its fact - the number of conclusion that were correct have increased with the introduction of DRS and I think the activity value of cricket has increased as a result of DRS,he added.

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