Originally Posted by Midwinter
Will the batsman getting reprieved lead to higher scoring games and possibly more draws ?
Will umpires give more not out decisions because they won't want to be shown up as being wrong ?
What will happen when an umpire is shown to be regularly wrong on lineball decisions ?
Any thoughts on these possibilities, or any others you can think of ?
You are asking questions that could also apply to a non UDRS system,
what if a batsmen is not given out to an obvious "out" when on ten and goes on to score a century. its pointess exercise. the importance the UDRS will bring to a game is limit the mistakes/ blunders etc.
lets remove as mmuch doubt as possible... is nt strange that game has an option of doubt... in its basic decision structure.. "when in doubt favour the batsmen"