• Thu 8 Dec, 2016
  • 10:15 GMT
  • 06:15 ET (GMT-4)
  • 12:15 CET (GMT+2)

No Referral System For South Africa Series

CRICKET : The controversial umpire decision review system will not be used in England’s forthcoming Test series in South Africa.

The controversial umpire decision review system will not be used in England’s forthcoming Test series in South Africa.
It was due to be implemented in all Test matches from October 1 this year following approval from the International Cricket Council Board but India’s decision to snub it for their series against Sri Lanka has set a precedent.
A Cricket South Africa spokesman confirmed on Tuesday it would not be used for the four-match campaign starting next month.

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