DRS in T20 World Cup: After IPL 2021, the T20 World Cup is going to start in UAE and Oman from October 17. The ICC has decided to use the Decision Review System (DRS) for the first time in the history of the Men’s T20 World Cup this year. According to the official statement of the ICC, in every innings, both the teams will get two chances of review under the DRS.
Usually in T20 matches, a team gets only one review in an innings, but keeping in mind the absence of experienced umpires in many matches during the Kovid-pandemic, the ICC in June decided to increase one review in each format of cricket. . After this decision of the ICC, each team is being given two chances of review in one innings of T20 and One Day and three chances of review to both the teams in every innings of Test.
Changes were also made in the rule of minimum overs
For the T20 World Cup, the ICC has also changed the rules for delayed starts or rain-stopped matches. In the group stage, as in the previous general rule, it will be mandatory for each team to bat at least five overs to get the result of the match with Duckworth-Lewis. At the same time, in the semi-finals and final, each team will be required to bat at least ten overs to get the result of the match with Duckworth-Lewis.
Due to this reason DRS was not used in the last T20 World Cup
DRS is used in almost all ICC matches, although it was not implemented in T20 until 2016. This is the reason why DRS was not used in the T20 World Cup played that year. The Women’s T20 World Cup played in the West Indies in 2018 was the first ICC International T20 tournament where DRS was used. After this it was also used in the 2020 edition of the T20 World Cup in Australia.
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