DRS

June 14, 2022
June 14, 2022

Will Shakib’s captaincy cure Bangladesh’s DRS malaise?

Technological advancement has aided all forms of sports worldwide. While the introduction of the Decision Review System (DRS) has seen the rate of errors made in matches drop down significantly and also provided a clarity to players and viewers alike, its effectiveness still depends highly on the refined decision-making from the cricketers out on the field.

June 24, 2017
June 24, 2017

ICC committee approves rule changes

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Friday approved a number of proposed changes to rules of the game at its meeting in London.

March 13, 2017
March 13, 2017

Soumya opts for DRS after getting bowled

Bangladesh left-handed batsman Soumya Sarkar took a DRS after getting bowled by Sri Lanka's Asela Gunaratne on the fifth day of the first Test in Galle.

November 7, 2016
November 7, 2016

India's DRS apathy ends on Friday

India will become the last Test nation to embrace cricket's decision review system (DRS) this week when they take the field against England for the first Test on Friday, ending their resistance to on-field technology at a time of growing debate about its impact on the game.

November 6, 2016
November 6, 2016

DRS to make Zim debut

Cricket's umpiring Decision Review System will be used in Zimbabwe for the first time on Sunday when the hosts take on Sri Lanka in the second Test at Harare Sports Club.

November 4, 2016
November 4, 2016

DRS set for busy baptism on Ind's turning pitches

After years of resistance against the Decision Review System, the Indian cricket board has finally agreed to employ technology for the home tests against England and if the tourists' series in Bangladesh is anything to go by, it will get plenty of use.

October 22, 2016
October 22, 2016

BCCI agrees to trial DRS

India ended its long-standing opposition Friday to cricket's Decision Review System (DRS), announcing it would be included on a

December 28, 2015
December 28, 2015

‘England need to look hard at DRS’

Stuart Broad, the England pacer, said his team still needed to improve their use of the television decision review system (DRS).