Michael Vaughan demands tough stance on DRS
Michael Vaughan has demanded that the International Cricket Council (ICC) take a tough line to ensure the decision review system is used in all international matches.
Speaking on the BBC Radio Five Live Tuffers and Vaughan Show, the former England captain said the ICC should take action to ensure India complies.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has said it is not convinced by the technology, but an ICC committee backed Hawkeye and Hotspot this week after a scientific study.
Vaughan said: "The ICC has to show authority and say to India this is happening, get used to it."
He said the system has been successful and believes India are being "egotistical" in their stance, but need to "get with the real world".
England and South Africa will be using the system in the upcoming Test series between the two best sides in the world and those booking hospitality packages for the Headingley Test in August may see DRS in action.
England will be hoping for a better result in that Test than in the last meeting in 2008,when South Africa won by ten wickets and went on to win the series.
By Sam Smith