The International Cricket Council (ICC) is scheduled to organize a meeting of the cricket committee on Tuesday, March 30. Many decisions can be taken in this meeting to be held in Dubai, in which some rules of cricket are also to be discussed. The committee, headed by former India captain and legendary spinner Anil Kumble, will discuss controversial issues such as soft signals and umpires' calls.

Indian captain Virat Kohli has been critical of the umpires 'call, as the umpires' call is a very complicated rule, in which much depends on the umpire's decision. Apart from this, the rule of the soft signal also remains a matter of discussion, because if the third umpire does not have enough evidence then the same decision is maintained through the soft signal, which is given by the on-field umpire.

Not only this, but the future of ICC CEO Manu Sahni will also be discussed in this meeting. He is accused of abusing his employees. They are currently on leave. International Cricket Council chief executive Manu Sawhney is constantly involved in controversies. In a short tenure, he has been discussed for some reason or the other. Even now he can go to his chair.

The ICC Cricket Committee meeting will also decide the schedule of the T20 World Cup to be held in India. In such a situation, the schedule of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021 can be revealed soon and this information can also be revealed where the qualifiers and final matches can be played. Apart from this, the cricket fans can also get the information whether the spectators will be allowed to reach the stadium or not?

What is an umpires call? 

In the case of lbw, the umpires' call matters the most. If the umpire has given a batsman out and the player has used DRS and the third umpire has found that only 20 percent of the ball is going to the stumps, then the player will be given out. At the same time, in the second case if the umpire has not given the batsman out and the fielding side has called DRS and the third umpire has found that even 40% of the ball is being felt to the stumps, then the player will not be given out in this situation. , In this, only the decision of the on-field umpire will be valid.