The Premier League is set to use new rules next season after football's law-making body has made changes to the use of pitch-side monitors and an explanation of which part of the arm can be penalised as handball.
The International Football Association Board have addressed a number of the controversial aspects of officiating the game, such as the use of the video assistant referee (VAR) and handball and penalty kick decisions.
And referees are likely to spend much more time looking at pitch-side monitors next season thanks to their changes.
The new Laws of the Game appear to have underlyingly criticised the Premier League - who had given the power to make decisions about reviewable incidents to the VAR official - by insisting that the referee undertake an on-field review.
“Where a reviewable incident is subjective, the expectation is that the referee will undertake an ‘on-field review’,” the IFAB said in a statement.
“It was furthermore agreed that more insight into the decision-making process, for example access to the conversation between match officials during a review, would not be appropriate at this point, but that more effort should be made to enhance existing communication approaches to improve understanding of the review process and the referee’s final decision.”