India ODI skipper Mithali Raj has asked for DRS on a more consistent basis stating that it would help the girls to understand when and where to use it. The skipper also called for more commitment in inconsequential games after India lost the third ODI after sealing series in the first two games.
Though the introduction of DRS might have given a huge helping hand to the players in world cricket
"We would love to have DRS because when it comes to big events, we have DRS. We need to get a little more experience for the girls to understand the concept of DRS, how and when to take it. We had it in New Zealand, suddenly we don't have it at home,” said Raj after the match on Thursday, reported Cribuzz.
"If it is irregular, it gets difficult for the players to accept a concept like that. It has its own effects. It is good in a way, and it also bad also. Some dismissals go your way, but at crucial stages, some dismissals don't go your way. It's part of the sport. In perspective of a player, if it's consistently followed, it will be much better for the girls to understand it more clearly as to when to use and how to use."
Raj was the first women captain to use DRS following the 2017 ICC women's World Cup although she has always been of the opinion that cricketers’ fate relies a lot on luck and that makes the sport interesting.
"I have led before DRS also. For me,
India succumbed to a two-wicket loss against England in the third ODI after sealing the three-match series in the first two matches itself. However, the skipper called for more concentration in the dead rubber games, stating that they would try to make the outcome 3-0, rather than 2-1.
"Winning against one of the quality sides with full strength gives
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