Dhoni in danger of one-match ban for slow over rate

MS Dhoni in danger of one-match ban for slow over rate: latest Indian cricket series news that Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni faces the danger of a one-match ban following a slow over rate during England’s first innings in the first cricket Test at Lord’s.

India recorded an over-rate of 13 per hour instead of the required 15.

The ICC code of conduct says that the captain of any team which is found guilty of bowling slow over-rates on three occasions in a 12-month period will face a one-match suspension.

Dhoni has already been twice noted by ICC after India failed to reach the required over-rate during January’s third Test against South Africa and the recent match against the West Indies in Barbados. Dhoni in danger of one-match ban for slow over rate
For Dhoni, even if he escapes punishment for the first Test by match referee Ranjan Madugalle, the threat looms throughout the series.

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