The group, featuring some of the biggest names in world cricket including former Australia captains Steve Waugh, Ricky Ponting and Sri Lankan great Kumar Sangakkara, is an independent body funded by the MCC, who are the acknowledged guardians of the laws and spirit of the game.
     
International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson who is also a committee member, said that the governing body is paying close attention to the ideas of the MCC think-tank.
    
The committee met in Adelaide ahead of the inaugural day-night Test, discussing many topics including the contentious DRS.
     
"There should be no loss of a review for the fielding side if the ball is shown to be clipping the stumps in the umpire's call zone," the committee said in a statement.
     
"This could then allow the removal of the reallocation of two reviews after 80 overs," it was added.
     
The issue was highlighted in last week's second trans-Tasman Test in Perth when New Zealand used their final review to refer a confident leg before wicket appeal on day one.

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