Front foot no-balls have now become a serious discussion in the cricket world as a lot of no-balls go un-noticed during the match. Umpires generally stop batsman from walking back to the pavilion after the wicket falls in order to check the front foot no-ball. But not all the deliveries are checked during the match.
This has raised some serious questions over the method of checking the no-balls in the recent times. With the advancement of technology, ICC has not yet used it in process of checking the no-ball and in order to remove the human error.
Harsha Bhogle, veteran Indian commentator and analyst has also put forward his opinion about taking away the front foot no-balls from the umpires. He feels that the technology or the 3rd Umpire should have a look no the no-balls rather than the on-field standing umpire.