(563)…CWC2019 -A statistical analysis

Here is complete statistical analysis on Cricket World Cup 2019.  

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(558)… T20 Franchise cricket

Below is analysis on trends and patterns in T20 cricket across eight franchise tournaments.  

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(525)…The Origins of AllthatCricket Blog

This post is about how I started my blog site All That Cricket. After leaving my job as an cricket analyst, I wanted to write posts that reflected my interests in and approaches to observing cricket performance. My aim is … Continue reading

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(522)…ODI – Quality spin weakens Australia’s(bat & bowl)performance

This is the concluding post of Australia’s bowling analysis in ODI (2016 onwards) . In here I have compared Australia’s bowlers with their opponent bowlers in each phase of a match. Since Sept 2016, Australia played 29 ODIs. Hence I … Continue reading

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(513)…Aussies fight history away from home

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In last 20 years Australia has a history of not winning their away Test series if score-line is level at the end of 2nd test!. Currently the series is locked 1-1 with two more tests to play. So far (since … Continue reading

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(462)…Champions Trophy 2017 -A stats analysis

 This is an analysis of performance at the 2017 Champions’ trophy in England. My data from the tournament were collected in real-time. Below is all detailed analysis of 2017-Champions Trophy

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(450)…Border-Gavaskar series: Bangalore bounce

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Here is a small analysis on how pitch behaved unpredictably at Bangalore. From day one there was a regular unpredictable bounce. Barring 76 balls i was able to record/update all deliveries. There were 522 balls bowled (minus 76) of which … Continue reading

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(416)…Lord’s in graphics

      A Guide to Indicator & Formula. Its meaning and explanation.

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(388)…Graffiti week

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(361)…Graffiti week(Dec 2015)

   A collection of last month’s graphics   a) – Day night Test match played with pink balls.    b) Performance indicators of each Test batting position since WC2015           c) Graphic of Test result since 20th … Continue reading

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(352)..Graffiti week

Batting Position – Test Average of  teams in post WC2015  Batting Position: Away Test average – post WC2015.      –Wrist position of fast bowler   Bowling Engine: Hazlewood has similar action – The release point is early.      … Continue reading

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(348)..Graffiti week

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    Test Cricket requires rest day.     Abraham De Villiers decides to anchor his team in LOI.     Epigenetic landscape -process of change over time.

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(344)…Collage of Data in Graffiti

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Started a new segment under Game Illustration/Going Beyond section. 

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(334)…Clive Rice: A Total cricketer

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      A total cricketer is one who can keep his place purely as a batsman, purely as a bowler, purely as a fielder and as a captain. And South African player Clive Rice is one of those rare … Continue reading

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(270)… Clarke’s field setting symbolizes Cricket!

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I thought it was an amazing field setting employed by Clarke on day 1. Although Australia picked only 2 wickets the whole day, reflecting great limitations their bowlers have in sub-continent. It didn’t stop Clarke to think logically, and employ … Continue reading

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