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India have agreed to use DRS for the Test series against England on a “trial basis” “to evaluate the improvements made” in the system. India had played in the first series with umpire reviews, against Sri Lanka in 2008, but this will their first bilateral series since then with all the components of the DRS – including ball-tracking technology – in place.
“We are happy to note that Hawkeye has institutionalised all the recommendations made by BCCI, and we confirm that this improved version of DRS will be used on a trial basis during the forthcoming series against England,” the BCCI president Anurag Thakur said. “Based on the performance of the system and the feedback that we will receive, further continuation in forthcoming series will be decided.”
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Source: ESPN Crickinfo