ICC has considered and approved the use of an on-field audio device during this year’s World cup. In a 100-day WC countdown event, Steve Elworthy, the World Cup tournament director, and the CEO of International Cricket Council, David Richardson addressed in a broadcast about getting the cricket heroes one-step closer to their fans by placing stump mics on-field. They also added saying the mic saves the Umpire head camera and avoids the abuse language and player misbehavioural as spectators are to witness their every move.
As debate go by, some players like England allrounder Moeen Ali support the methodology whereas the head coach feels difficulty.
It seems we can expect some interesting drama on-field this year. To stay connect with live scores and updates, download CricDost App for your smart mobile.