Test cricket batting is to bat long and score big, both as a individual and as a team!.
Keeping the above theroy in mind below is brief batting stats of both teams
Overall the stats looks very good for Aussies, but only Travis Head seems to be scoring regularly in 3 Test matches, although yet to score a century n this Ashes. The rest of batsmen from both teams have failed to perform consistenly in this series!.
Players like Steve Smith and Khawaja who started the series with good performance are now getting dismissed cheaply.
Then there is David Warner and Marnus, Labuschagne who are drowning slowly, as they have failed to score decent runs in this Ashes. Out of anxiety they have altered their batting style to get some runs on board. They have batted well outside their batting crease to negate any swing/to play at every ball and score runs!.
In the 3rd Test pace and accuracy of Mark Wood and Chris Woakes dented Australia’s top order.
Batsmen’s progression scores
….failure to produce consistenly!
England - produced high speed run rate individually not as a team.
Australia - Due to irregular contribution from top players, they struggled to score big.
Below is takeaway stats for both teams
Regular Valuable contribution (RVC)
- 10% : A batsman involved in partnerships that sums up 25 runs with occupation of 10+overs per innings, then he has added value to his team.
- Role play : % partnerships runs/ Team’s total runs.
- Crease bound % partnership overs/Team’s total overs
- 2 cons. Dots :
Here is full list of batting indices