West Indies captain Jason Holder’s week went from bad to worse on Sunday when he was fined 60 percent of his compare price for a delayed over rate during a initial exam detriment to Australia and could face a anathema if a tourists reoffend.
Australia won a Hobart Test by a thumping innings and 212 runs inside 3 days on Saturday, going 1-0 adult in a three-match array that continues with matches in Melbourne and Sydney.
“(Match referee) Chris Broad imposed a excellent after Jason Holder’s side was ruled to be 3 overs brief of a aim when time allowances were taken into consideration,” review an International Cricket Council matter expelled on Sunday.
Each West Indies actor was fined 10 percent of their compare price for any over they were short, while Holder, as captain, dispossessed double a amount.
If a West Indies are found guilty of descending behind in their over rate again in Melbourne or Sydney, Holder would be forced to lay out a Test match.
The 24-year-old missed a second ODI opposite Sri Lanka final month after West Indies were fined for a delayed over rate in a opener, 10 months after a identical corruption opposite South Africa.
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