A model originally created when an ODI was played in more leisurely fashion, and when even the idea of T20 didn’t exist, can’t be ‘force-fitted’ to such absurd limits.
Thoughts on cricket, cricketers and cricket statistics
After a very long technical discussion on the Duckworth-Lewis (D/L) method we conclude that it is time for D/L to retire in T20 cricket. Even Sachin Tendulkar had to retire one day!
A comprehensive review of cricket analytics as it was yesterday, as it is today, and how it should be tomorrow.
Memories of M L Jaisimha, perhaps Hyderabad’s most charismatic cricketer of all time.
Strategies to win ODI cricket matches keep changing. But the six strategies indicated here should help you win most run chases.
Memories of brief meetings with two extraordinary cricketers: Rahul Dravid in 2001 and B S Chandrasekhar in 2002.
A memorable 2010 Boxing Day outing to the MCG on a day when the Poms could do no wrong.
The three lessons were that the DRS is here to stay in the long run, that powerplays add an extra layer of complexity, and that India was best equipped to win with totals in the range 260-280.