A Method for Inferring Batting Conditions in ODI Cricket from Historical Data

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This paper is provided as a study guide only, please do not submit this document directly to any university. There are three main versions of the game. In test cricket, the traditional form of the game, each team bats for two innings and a match lasts a maximum of five days, with the match being declared a draw if it is not finished in this time. One Day International (ODI) cricket allows each team to bat for one innings but with a limit of 300 balls per innings. The innings finishes when ten batsmen are out or the 300 balls are up. As the name suggests, this type of game is all over in a day, running for approximately eight hours. Twenty20 cricket is the newest form of the game and is similar to ODI cricket except that the limit is 120 balls per innings and the game takes approximately three hours. In this paper, we consider only ODI cricket.

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