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My main area of interest has been Sports and Arts. And in years gone by I have collected few articles. Apart from renting, borrowing, buying books, magazines & journals, I was blessed with some great resources. My my major source … Continue reading
Last night (5th August 2019) Dale Steyn announced his retirement from Test cricket. The decision came after assessing his injuries, which has been quite frequent in recent times. It has not allowed him to play entire series. Hence he decided … Continue reading
Here is a complete statistical analysis of 12th World Cup -2019. Featuring 48 ODIs including four abandoned ones. However stats from Super Over bowled in the finals is excluded.
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The CWC2019 finals is here!. Host England meets New Zealand at Lord’s on Sunday July 14, 2019. This is England’s 4th appearance in the finals. Their appearance in the finals was in 1992. On the other hand this is New … Continue reading
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There were 63 ODIs played before the start of World Cup 2019 (only including teams that are taking part in this tournament). Based on margin of wins, there were very few close matches. It seems it was one-sided contest! … Continue reading
At the start of 2019 there were 60 odd ODIs matches to be played between top cricket teams(excluding contest between associate teams). Here is detailed interactive graphic analysis of matches that were completed(including abandoned ones).
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Few days back as i was sifting through this year’s (2018-19)Indian domestic performance, I found amazing stats!. Milind Kumar ! A middle-order batsman from Sikkim who happened to score the most runs (1331)and centuries(6) in this year’s Ranji Trophy! To be … Continue reading
Earth is witnessing climate changes-https://www.newscientist.com/article/2192369-so-far-2019-has-set-35-records-for-heat-and-2-for-cold/? Similarly Cricket(all format) is witnessing constant fluctuations in results. In last 40 days(Jan 2019) we have seen India winning a test series in Australia for the very first time,http://allthatcricket.com/547-india-has-learned-to-win-outside-asia/ then whipping NZ in … Continue reading
To continue and conclude the fourth format of cricket, here is a statistical analysis of each session of day night matches. Experts rightly feel that pink ball moves a lot under lights. There is lot of swing and seam movement … Continue reading
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There has been scarcity of drawn test matches in last few years. Since World Cup 2015 only 15.26 % drawn test matches. Last year (2018)in 48 tests there were only 5 drawn test matches(5/48 = 10.41%)including two day/night matches. The … Continue reading
India now has learned to win overseas. Their visit to Australia was the 80th overseas series since 1932. Here are stats snippets of series win outside Asia. The Border-Gavaskar series (2018-19) was their first ever series win in Australia in … Continue reading
So far Women’s T20 World Cup -2018 has been a low scoring tournament. I believe swing/seam being the major factor for this. Hence all is not lost for teams like South Africa and New Zealand who still have two games … Continue reading
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Understanding movement – wobble!. It was during Australia Test tour of South Africa that I noticed a consistent unpredictable movement, both in air and off … Continue reading
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
The England v Australia is 3 games up and score line is host winning all three(featuring world record total of 481). The same was the case when England visited Australia. The scoreline after 3 games was same, viz England winning all three!. … Continue reading