PAK vs NZ: The Decision Review System (DRS) will not use during the upcoming series between Pakistan and New Zealand. In fact, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has not found any recognized service provider providing DRS technology.
Pakistan and New Zealand Decision Review System
The Decision Review System (DRS) will not use during the upcoming limited-overs series between Pakistan and New Zealand. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) hosting this series and the broadcasters have not found any recognized service provider providing this technology, due to which this decision has been taken.
What is Decision Review System (DRS)
DRS is one such system. In which a player challenges the decision of the umpire. After this, the decision of the on-field umpire is reviewed with the help of video replay and technology like ball tracker, Hawkeye, hot spot, pitch mapping. If the on-field umpire’s decision is upheld. So the team seeking review loses the DRS. If the decision comes against the umpire. So the review remains intact.
Threat looms large over Pakistan-New Zealand series
Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz has tested positive for COVID-19 and there is every possibility that he will miss the upcoming ODI series against New Zealand. The Pakistan Cricket Board said on Thursday that 27-year-old Nawaz has tested positive at the team’s hotel in Islamabad. His 10-day quarantine at the hotel will end on September 19.
New Zealand team will reach here on Saturday
The New Zealand team will reach here on Saturday. However, all other members of the Pakistan team have come negative. And will start his first practice session at Pindi Cricket Stadium on Friday.