The four-point deduction is unlikely to have a huge impact on Australia’s hopes of making the WTC final given they and India are well ahead in the standings.
The ICC said that on-field umpires Bruce Oxenford and Paul Reiffel, third umpire Paul Wilson and fourth umpire Gerard Abood, levelled the charge, with match referee David Boon imposing the sanction on his 60th birthday.
Former Australian quick Ryan Harris last month called for heavier penalties for over-rate infringements.
“There’s a number of things you can do [to speed things up],” Harris said on SEN.
“Financially, you make it [the consequences] bigger for individuals and team members. You can even have penalty runs: give them 15 or 20 penalty runs, or five or 10 penalty runs. Or you just suspend players: start with the captain and vice-captain. Most people like their money so if you’re putting big financial fines on each individual player, not just the captain, I’m sure they would be running through the overs a bit quicker.”