India will use the Decision Review System (DRS), comprising the audio tracker and Hot Spot infra-red cameras in all the 13 home international games this year.
India have always been vocal in its criticism of the DRS but seems to be warming up for the technology when it hosts England in a bilateral series in October. Warren Brennan, CEO of BBG Sports, which owns the Hot Spot camera technology, said BCCI has asked for the cameras for India's home season.
ECB threatens to ban counties from CLT20
London: The England Wales Cricket has threatened to stop its county teams from competing in this year's CLT20 in India unless the organisers of the event, the BCCI, pay them the participation fees in advance. The statement came after many of the participating teams in the first two CLT20s alleged that they either not received their payment on time or in full.
Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik has been cleared of wrongdoing in an integrity investigation and can be considered for international selection again, the Pakistan Cricket Board said on Friday.