No-ball tech in Eng-Pak test-cricket news

Published:6 August 2020

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In the test cricket match of the England-Pakistan series starting late Wednesday,No-ball tech in Eng-Pak test for the first time, forefoot off-ball technology will be used, and the TV referee alone will decide whether the bowler is speeding. The council has stated.

At present, the referee on the court shall be responsible for calling the banned ball.

However, if they think that the ticket gate may have been taken away illegally, they can ask colleagues for help at the replay booth.

However, many observers believe that this procedure is unfair to bowlers, because to encourage field officials to concentrate on the batsman’s feet, they may not realize that they have stepped and corrected the transporting pace until They took a wicket.

However, under the new system, the TV referee will monitor the front foot after each ball and inform his on-site colleagues if they have committed illegal bowling.

The global leader said on Twitter on Wednesday: "With the support of the two teams, England and Pakistan will participate in the ICC World Test Championship series with the front foot off the ball."

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"The performance of the technology in these tests will be evaluated before deciding whether to use the technology in test cricket."

The new procedure should also avoid that situation. Referee Richard Illingworth (Richard Illingworth), one of the permanent officials of Manchester’s Old Trafford Stadium for the first test between England and Pakistan, was in 2016. New Zealand’s Doug Bracewell conceded a goal in 2016 and got into trouble. Knocked down Australia's Adam Voges in a test in Wellington.

Unable to correct Illingworth's mistakes, Voges, who was only 7 years old at the time, achieved a bi-century, which is crucial to Australia's victory.

ICC has already tried the technology at the Women’s 20 World Cup in Australia earlier this year and has also used it in 50 men’s international matches.

However, ICC now wants to determine what benefits it will bring in the longest cricket match, and then decide whether it will become a permanent match in all international competitions.

Due to the coronavirus, England faced Pakistan in three tests conducted behind closed doors.

Both the second and third games will be held in Southampton.