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This Addition To The IPL 2018 Will Make It Even More Interesting

The next season of the Indian Premier League is around the corner and there’s much excitement amongst cricket fans. The IPL 2018 will see the comeback of Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals who were banned for two years owing to spot fixing charges.

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 14: MS Dhoni of CSK and new batsman Ravindra Jadeja overlooked by the spidercam during the Champions League Twenty20 match between Chennai Super Kings and Sydney Sixers at Bidvest Wanderers Stadium on October 14, 2012 in Johannesburg, South Africa. (Photo by Duif du Toit / Gallo Images/Getty Images)

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Recently the IPL Governing Council announced the retention policy as per which a franchise can retain 5 players and since then there’s heavy speculation about retention of players by different teams.

DRS in IPL?

Indian Premier League has been the epitome of cricketing entertainment for 10 years now. People dearly love their respective teams and their favourite cricketers.

IPL is the favourite of every Indian cricketing fan given the high voltage enthusiasm and entertainment it offers. Now it is likely that the Decision Review System will make its debut in the Indian Premier League’s 11th edition.

DRS has been one of the greatest achievements of innovations in cricket. It has provided a room for correction of errors committed by umpires and has made the game fairer.

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DRS has always come in handy for teams in situations that matter. The DRS system may be introduced to the Indian Premier League’s next edition.

BCCI has been conducting DRS specific workshops for Indian umpires which are not a part of the ICC panel. But as of now the BCCI is giving no word DRS’s inclusion in the IPL. The BCCI official said that there hasn’t been any decision taken yet on DRS in IPL.

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