Australia, England in new DRS cheating claims

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The ICC sent its director of cricket operations, Geoff Allardice, to Durham this week to meet both sides in an effort to clarify confusion over DRS, which has marred cricket's showpiece Test series.

The Pietersen incident was the latest involving DRS which has left players and fans mystified. Earlier in the Test, Australian first drop Usman Khawaja failed to have a caught behind decision corrected by the video umpire during the first innings despite video and Hot Spot technologies failing to detect an edge. There are no suggestions Khawaja has acted improperly.

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