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Matching is a statistical technique which is used to evaluate the effect of a treatment by comparing the treated and the non-treated units in an observational study or quasi-experiment (i. e. when the treatment is not randomly assigned)
There is no Law of Cricket that specifically requires the use of shoes. (I am reminded of Mark Jefferson's fictional West Indian cricketer Hurricane Hamish, who found it impossible to bowl in shoes!) However, it has to be said that if playing with a
From Toss (cricket) - Wikipedia If the match is abandoned at any time after the toss, it stands as a match played and enters official statistical records. If a match is abandoned before the toss, it is not considered to have been played at all, and d
The Duckworth–Lewis (D/L) method is a mathematical formulation designed to calculate the target score for the team batting second in a limited overs cricket match interrupted by weather or other circumstances. It is generally accepted to be the most
Actually, maximum overs allowed per players is decided by dividing total overs by 5. E. g
According to Laws: 3. 8, 3. 9, the match will be resumed if rain gets stopped within game time, light and weather conditions are good and ground and pitch get suitable to resume match
In last night's Scotland-Sri Lanka match, Scotland lost their last wicket after 43. 1 overs, 363/9 to 215/10 (43. 1)
If it is not possible to start the Super Over as described in the above paragraph or to then complete the Super Over without interruption, the team that finished highest in the league table after the 56 matches of the regular season shall be declared
Generally reserved days are scheduled on the next day of the actual match day in every tournaments. From IPL's match playing conditions: 50. IPL 2014 PLAYOFF MATCHES 5
Another rain interruption saw another over reduced and we were effectively witnessing a T20 game. With just 18 runs to win off the final two overs, the lights went off and it was pitch dark. Scotland opener Kyle Coetzer was looking in excellent touch