Darren Lehmann wants square-leg umpire to monitor no-balls
Darren Lehmann has proposed a fresh answer for policing no-balls, recommending it could turn into the space of the square-leg umpire.
The International Cricket Council’s (ICC) way to deal with exceeding is in the spotlight taking after Adam Voges’ respite amid the principal trans-Tasman Test.
Voges was knocked down some pins on 7 however umpire Richard Illingworth erroneously flagged no-ball.
Lehmann’s perspective, with his panel man’s cap stuck firmly down, is that the on-field calling of no-balls ought to be an obligation outsourced to an authority other than the umpire at the bowler’s end.
Which is the part England’s Richard Illingworth was filling when he nailed NZ’s Doug Bracewell for encroaching at for all intents and purposes the same minute that Bracewell pegged back Voges off-stump, which would have seen the Australia batsman out for seven and his group in a shaky position.
Giving the obligation of calling bowlers for violating to the third umpire is one arrangement yet footage of 50-50 calls is regularly uncertain.
Lehmann was additionally agonized over the potential for consistent postponements.
“How far do you go? What number of no-balls are there in an amusement? To what extent will the day go? What number of overs will we pass up a major opportunity for? Every one of those inquiries must be asked,” he said.
Nonetheless, there is a developing school of believed that the employment of invigilating on where bowlers arrive their front foot crosswise over 90 overs of a Test match day ought to no more live with the on-field authorities, yet be depended altogether to innovation.