Technology in cricket

For a game as steeped in tradition as cricket is, the question of how much to rely on technology is a perennial - and is now becoming increasingly complex. The Decision Review System has been controversial since it was first put in place

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Margins, morality, and the many collapses of 2016

A look at the top cricket trends of the year: slippery Test batting, Bangladesh's assertiveness, umpire calls, ball-tampering, and a captain called Kohli

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

England in India 2016-17

India to use DRS for England Tests

India have agreed to use DRS for the Test series against England on "trial basis" to "evaluate the improvements made" in the system

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

ICC news

South Africa-Ireland ODI first to feature new DRS

The one-day international between South Africa and Ireland will be the first match to feature the new DRS protocols which will lead to more lbw decisions being given

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Technology in cricket

Hawk-Eye app to end club disputes?

Paul Hawkins hopes to end arguments about walking in the amateur game with his latest invention

Joe Root's use of the DRS couldn't save him

Bring back the back-foot no-ball law

Given how front-foot line calls are tougher than they look, this change would allow the umpire more time to focus on decisions after the ball is delivered