Times of India – Barring the fine of Rs 12 lakh levied on Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli for slow over-rates, most of the other matches or captains this edition haven’t faced the ire of the tournament’s technical committee for the amount of time taken to conclude an innings.

Summary

  • Barring the fine of Rs 12 lakh levied on Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli for slow over-rates, most of the other matches or captains this edition haven’t faced the ire of the tournament’s technical committee for the amount of time taken to conclude an innings.
  • IPL matches regularly ending between 11:45 pm and past midnight are taking a toll on multiple stakeholders in the game, an issue that BCCI hasn’t taken cognizance of as yet.
  • International Cricket Council ( ICC ) rules stipulate that a T20I innings should consume not more than 75 minutes of play time.
  • The primary thing is that the overall interest is taking a beating because of the late hours”.


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