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Mumbai and Delhi fined for slow over-rate

The Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Daredevils have been fined US$1000 and $500 respectively by match referee Javagal Srinath for maintaining a slow over-rate during yesterday's match at the DY Patil Stadium

Cricinfo staff
05-May-2008
The Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Daredevils have been fined US$1000 and $500 respectively by match referee Javagal Srinath for maintaining a slow over-rate during yesterday's match at the DY Patil Stadium. According to the Indian Premier League's regulations, a team will be docked $500 for each slow over.
The regulations came into force on May 2, when Lalit Modi, the chairman and commissioner of the IPL, said that he had asked the match referees to keep an eye on the over-rate. "Match referees have been asked to ensure that over-rates go as per the stipulated time. From next match, there will also be a penalty of $500 dollar for every slow over."
The first teams to be docked for a slow over-rate were Deccan Chargers and Kings XI Punjab, who were each fined $1000 on Friday.