Now the preparations for the ICC Women's WCC 2023 are going on their end, Now this tournament is in full swing where host NZ and WI are playing the first match of the tournament.
For this tournament, a big update of DRS is coming in sources in which they are talking about 24 Cameras it starts with a match which is going on in Mount Maunganui.
In this ICC Women's Cricket World Cup the umpires have made a big decision on the Review System.
DRS in ICC Women's WCC 2023
This is Women's world cup 2023 but in the year 2017 DRS is in use during the World Cup in England.
Giving information about this, the ICC has said that, 'Decision Review System (DRS) will be available in all matches'
On Thursday International Cricket Council, issued a new update in this regard of the tournament. In the history of Women's WC, this is the second time DRS is in use.
This marquee tournament will start from March 4 to April 3 this is the most expanded women's cricket tournament whose coverage is going to be unprecedented.
In ICC Women's WCC 2023 24 Cameras are in use
The first match of this tournament is in alignment on March 4 where hosts New Zealand will face the best team like West Indies in Mount Maunganui on Friday.
On another hand team, India will start this tournament by playing against their rival team Pakistan on 6 March, so they are already keeping in mind preparation for this match.
According to the statement which is issued by the ICC, 'Broadcast partners will broadcast this prestigious tournament live across the world.
For this, check tournament a minimum of 24 cameras are in use at every 6 venues.
India Women's Team is in New Zealand to play a series of 5 ODIs and 1 T20 match.