West Indies docked WTC points, drop below Bangladesh to eighth place | Cricket News – Times of India


DUBAI: West Indies on Monday slipped to eighth spot within the World Test Championship standings after being penalised by two factors for sluggish over-rate throughout their drawn first Check in opposition to England in Antigua.
The Kraigg Brathwaite-led facet had been discovered to have been two overs brief after cheap changes and time allowances had been considered, the ICC mentioned.
In consequence, West Indies had been fined 40 per cent of their match payment and had been additionally penalised two factors within the ICC World Check Championship standings, dropping beneath Bangladesh to eighth place within the nine-steam standings.

They’re certainly one of three groups to have been docked factors resulting from penalty overs.
This was West Indies’ first sluggish over-rate offence within the 2021-2023 Championship cycle, whereas India have been docked three factors and ninth-placed England docked 10 throughout 10 matches so far.
As per the WTC taking part in situations, a facet might be penalised one WTC level and fined 20 p.c of their match charges for each over they’ve did not bowl within the allotted time.

West Indies’ four-pronged seam assault bowled the majority of the 188.5 overs because the Antigua Check noticed England bat lengthy in each innings.
West Indies frontline spinner Veerasammy Permaul despatched down simply 25 overs of his left-arm spin within the match, a big issue within the sluggish over-rate.
Brathwaite has pointed to it as an space for enchancment going into the second Check in Barbados from Wednesday.
“There are some areas when it comes to run charge we are able to enhance and it is merely simply setting the sector and bowling to it and being disciplined sufficient to bowl to that subject,” mentioned Brathwaite.


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