International Cricket Council ICC mulls video technology
ICC mulls video technology: The use of video technology could become mandatory in all international cricket matches after the issue is discussed during the International Cricket Council’s annual conference next week.
India is the only test-playing nation which is against the use of the Decision Review System (DRS), with the other nine countries in favor of using video reviews in close decisions.
The likes of England, Australia and South Africa’s home broadcasters have the technology to enable DRS to be used, but it would be more difficult for the Asian nations to afford the requisite technology.
The meeting begins in Hong Kong on Sunday with the ICC chief executives’ committee meeting on June 26-27, followed by ICC executive board on June 28-29 before full council meets on June 30.