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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Is Australia’s 50-over domestic tournament JLT, a proxy practice for next year’s World Cup ? Last year Western Australia won the JLT trophy convincingly. They had a great start to the tournament and never lost their momentum. However this year, inspite … Continue reading
As India take on West Indies in 2nd Test of 2-test series today(12th Oct,2018). I take a look at recent test matches that yielded result in India. Since Jan 2017, 10 Test matches(before 2nd Test at Hyderabad) were played, yielding … Continue reading
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It has been 58 Tests(111 Inns) spanning 5 years that an opening stand of 100 plus runs has been posted against Australian bowling attack!. Last time it was in 2013 in India when Australia toured for 4-Test series. It was … Continue reading
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The axing of Mohd Amir is wise decision, but should have been taken earlier. Since his return in 2015, Amir has become a limited over specialist and stock bowler in Test cricket. On field he has been used sparsely in … Continue reading
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Asia Cup 2018 got over and one wonders from team’s performance whether NEXT year we would see a low scoring World Cup ?. I think it can go either way as the format of forthcoming WC is based on every … Continue reading
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As we reach the finals of Asia Cup it is very surprising that teams so far have not touched the score of 300 runs. Before this game there were 24 times this feat was achieved while batting first, viz 23.30%. … Continue reading
The 13th edition of #AsiaCup2018 is starting tomorrow(15th Sept 2018). Cricket being the top sport in Asia, it should have a mandatory 2 year period event, with more team participating. There were only 3 teams(India the winners, Pakistan and Sri … Continue reading
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England won the M K Patuadi Series 4-1 but were made to work very hard to win the series.The margin of win was not small but they were pushed to the wall to earn it. I was very interested in … 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
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
Here are links to all analysis during this year’s IPL – the eleventh edition. http://allthatcricket.com/keepers-awareness-key-to-the-game/ http://allthatcricket.com/ipl-xi2018most-success-for-host-teams (519)…Deliverance says the captain http://- http://allthatcricket.com/520-deliverance-says-the-captain/ -of-time-outs-in-ipl-cricket-a-guest-post-by-krishna-tunga/
As we saw the best bowling team (SRH)bowl their worst spells in play-off, here is a list of other qualified teams in this IPL. List of bowlers who conceded less than the asking run rate in all situation of … Continue reading
Deliver me says the captain to his bowlers!. In this IPL i am very keen in looking at the run-rate, especially how bowlers defend when asking run-rate is less than 9 or 8. The overall run-rate (before play-off) in this … Continue reading
The 11th edition of IPL XI is closing up. The results shows host teams have won maximum matches 65.38% this year. There are 4 more matches remaining before the play-offs. It appears 5 teams are vying for 2 spots in play-off. … Continue reading