The upcoming T20Is between West Indies and England will see the Decision Review System (DRS) feature being used for the first time in the first women’s bilateral series.
According to ESPNcricinfo report, the technology was available throughout the last two T20 World Cups, and in the ten televised games in the 50-over World Cup in 2017, but has never previously been used outside of them in women’s international cricket.
Last summer, both teams in the women’s Ashes called for DRS to be introduced in bilateral internationals after England batter Fran Wilson was incorrectly given out lbw in the first ODI, with replays showing that the ball had hit her glove rather than her pad, the report added.
“You always want the best as players, and DRS is the best. I’d imagine the reason, as usual in women’s cricket, is money, as to why we don’t have it,” England captain Heather…