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Know, which team's batting and bowling balance are best in the World Cup?

Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;


There have been many big scores in the World Cup so far. England has scored 350+ scores twice In the match between Australia and Bangladesh, both the teams scored 714 runs overall.

Although this time the …






Dayadra Mandal,Kolkata;


There have been many big scores in the World Cup so far. England has scored 350+ scores twice In the match between Australia and Bangladesh, both the teams scored 714 runs overall.

Although this time the pitches of the pitches in the World Cup have been bowled towards the batsmen, but many matches are still forked. The hosts, England, continued to advance due to their strong batting in this entire tournament, but on Friday, the batsmen got stuck in front of the average Sri Lankan team. Chasing Sri Lanka's 232 score, England only stacked on 212 runs.

Likewise, Afghanistan, which is also ranked at the bottom of the table, also started chasing the team like India in the match on Saturday. Until the last over, India could only win by 11 runs in this match. Of course, the batsmen must have been up against this tournament, but there were also many matches where in the thrilling encounters, the bowlers gave their teams victory.

INDIA TODAY's Data Intelligence Unit (DIU) has demonstrated the performance of all the 10 teams participating in the World Cup. To know how balanced they are in terms of batting and bowling.

Which team can win high-score matches, who can defend low-scoring totals-

We analyzed the performance of all the teams on two scales. Making average runs per wicket while batting and spending average runs per wicket while bowling. The greater the difference between the two, the balance of that team's batting and bowling unit will be equilibrium.

Bat vs ball balance

If, according to statistics, India's team has emerged as the most balanced team in the tournament so far. After India, New Zealand and England are number one. India has scored an average of 52 runs per wicket in batting so far and has spent 27.8 runs per wicket on average in bowling. There is a difference of 24 runs between the two scales, which is the highest in all the 10 teams. Making the average runs per wicket of India is also the highest in all teams.

New Zealand's batting and bowling average of 20 runs per wicket, the New Zealand team has so far scored an average of 44 runs per wicket and has given an average of 23.5 runs per wicket in bowling. Bowling averages of New Zealand's team are the least economical of all teams. After New Zealand England and Australia are number one. England's difference between both scales is 17.5 and Australia's 8.5.

The worst batting and bowling balance in the tournament is from Afghanistan and Sri Lanka. While Afghanistan has scored 19 runs on average, on average, Bowling has scored 43 runs per wicket. In this way, the difference between the two scales is the minus 24.

As far as Sri Lanka is concerned, he scored 21 runs per wicket on an average and spent an average of 30 runs per wicket in bowling.

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