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PAK VS WI | ODI won’t use digital boundary screens or buggy cameras
From June 8 to June 12, three One-Day International (ODI) matches between Pakistan and the West Indies will be held at Multan. There will be no digital screens or buggy cameras on the sidelines. According to sources familiar with the matter, the last historic house tour of Australia did away with the buggy camera and the digital screens on the border. The digital screens on the boundary were installed for the first time when the Australian team visited Pakistan for the first time in 23 years for a Test series.
The Buggy camera was also used to capture exclusive footage during the tour. However, these technologies will not be employed in the ICC World Cup Super League ODI series. Meanwhile, the games will be filmed using 21 high-definition cameras. Hawkeye’s entire version, including all DRS enhancements, is included in the production.
The matches will be broadcast on SKY UK (United Kingdom), Sky NZ (New Zealand), Fox Sports (Australia). Also on SuperSports (Sub-Saharan Africa), Flow Sports (Caribbean), Sony (South Asia, excluding Pakistan). Plus Willow Sports (North America), Etisalat CricLife (Middle East and North Africa), and ICC TV (non-broadcast territories),” according to PCB. The crew will begin arriving at the venue on June 5. By June 6, representatives from the production business that is live-streaming the match between Pakistan Women and Sri Lanka Women. It is currently taking place at Southend Club, will be there. It’s worth noting that international cricket is returning to Multan after 14 years. Pakistan and Bangladesh played their final One-Day International (ODI) on April 16, 2008, at Multan Cricket Stadium.