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    At last someone has stood up to question the use of technology in cricket.

    "Simon Taufel, the senior international umpire, has referred Phil Hughes' second innings lbw dismissal in the first Test between Sri Lanka and Australia to the ICC as a serious question mark against the accuracy of Hawk-Eye, the ball tracking technology. Taufel and the officiating umpires Richard Kettleborough, Aleem Dar and Tony Hill have have also sent the relevant footage of the incident to the ICC's cricket operations department.

    Hughes was given out lbw on the second evening when he attempted to sweep Tillakaratne Dilshan. Replays indicated that the delivery had spun appreciably from around middle stump towards off, but the Hawk-Eye predicted path had the ball going straight on with the angle from round the wicket to to strike leg stump."
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    Default Can anyone help me to improve transmission delay on TV

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    I am living in india and in india we operate in cricket betting business. We send our person to almost every ground in the world, but it cost too much. Does any one knows how to watch live matches as fast as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jainpiyush View Post
    Friends,
    I am living in india and in india we operate in cricket betting business. We send our person to almost every ground in the world, but it cost too much. Does any one knows how to watch live matches as fast as possible.
    Are these people sent for trading or gambling purposes?
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    no we send them only for informative purpose mainly weather.

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    Try the weather channel. You can get forecasts 7 days before!

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    the drs or technology is bringing a quicker end to test matches now and therefore laying the draw in test matches has never been more profitable.

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    Hello Friends,
    I am living in aus. and in aus.we operate in cricket betting business. We send our person to almost every ground in the world, but it cost too much. Does any one knows how to watch live matches as fast as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jainpiyush View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbull View Post
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    I am living in aus. and in aus.we operate in cricket betting business. We send our person to almost every ground in the world, but it cost too much. Does any one knows how to watch live matches as fast as possible.
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    Hello Friends
    I am living in England and in England we operate in cricket betting business. We send our person to almost every ground in the world, but it cost too much. Does any one knows how to watch live matches as fast as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnbull View Post
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    I am living in aus. and in aus.we operate in cricket betting business. We send our person to almost every ground in the world, but it cost too much. Does any one knows how to watch live matches as fast as possible.
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    ....yeah fry the spamming mingebag.


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    I live in Wales and I don't care about "bat and ball".


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    Q: What do you call an Englishman holding a bottle of champagne after a 6 Nations game?

    A: Waiter.

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    Not my master, surely ?




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    Quote Originally Posted by custard View Post
    Not my master, surely ?
    Your sheep looks a bit like a dog...
    If you want more luck... Take more chances!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cran View Post
    Your sheep looks a bit like a dog...
    He's a very jealous dog and he's playing hell with me now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cran View Post
    Your sheep looks a bit like a dog...
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    He's a very jealous dog and he's playing hell with me now.
    There's a cheap gag in there somewhere about giving a dog/sheep a bone but i best leave it.

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