Australia captain Michael Clarke has claimed it doesn't bother them if the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) is not used during their four-match Test series against India.
Clarke said he is a fan of the DRS system and would like it to be used consistently in every Test match around the world, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Clarke said if DRS is used in India then it is great but if it isn't then also it is great, adding it doesn't bother him as captain of the Australian team and it doesn't bother any of the Australian players.
The 89-Test veteran added he would like to see consistent use of DRS, adding he would like them to either say they are going to use it in all the Test matches, and in all the one-days else they are not using it.
Clarke further said the DRS has been fantastic in the times he has used it, adding the game of cricket is trying to get decisions as consistent as they possibly can and he thinks technology has helped that.