To DRS or not to DRS

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Joined: 28 July 2014

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Posted: 29 July 2014 at 3:12am | IP Logged
Hi all
I'm English and would love to hear from Indian cricket fans who love the game what they truly feel about DRS. A lot of us over here in blighty were led to believe over the years the India's indifference to DRS was about the fact that Sachin didn't like it and so it was never going to be allowed until he had retired.

Now he has retired there is still reluctance to use it although in major ICC tournaments it has proved to be very useful to the Indian side. Besides which the technology used is much more accurate now than when it was first introduced.

In this test alone Ballance was given out erroneously caught off the the thigh pad and you could have saved yourselves the pain of Ian Bell's big ton as he was plumb LBW for 0 and the umpire got it wrong.

Would love to hear your views, we will be on air from 10.45 on tune in APP search for guerillacricket to find us or come to our website and tweet us @guerillacricket. Give us your views.


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