Super Smash, 2020/21
Canterbury v Wellington
Basin Reserve, Wellington
January 25, 2021

1st inns Bat: 1st inns Bowl:
2nd inns Bat: 2nd inns Bowl:

See an overall summary of this match and a win expectation for the run chase
FIRST INNINGS BATTING
Chad Bowes, 44(29) [+8.4] | Ken McClure, 36(14) [+15.3] | Jack Boyle, 14(18) [-8.7] | Daryl Mitchell, 11(16) [-9.2] | Cole McConchie, 0(3) [-3.6] | Leo Carter, 19(18) [-3.3] | Cam Fletcher, 3(4) [-2.8] | Todd Astle, 17(15) [-5.8] | Matt Henry, 1(1) [-0.5] |
FIRST INNINGS BOWLING
Hamish Bennett, 2/32 in 25 [-0.0] | Logan van Beek, 0/26 in 26 [-9.5] | Ben Sears, 3/35 in 24 [+5.2] | Rachin Ravindra, 0/18 in 12 [+3.1] | Peter Younghusband, 0/17 in 18 [-5.2] | Michael Bracewell, 1/25 in 21 [-3.6] |
SECOND INNINGS BATTING
Finn Allen, 4(8) [-8.0] | Devon Conway, 50(39) [-5.4] | Tom Blundell, 62(42) [+3.8] | Troy Johnson, 24(21) [-7.6] | Michael Bracewell, 5(5) [-0.8] |
SECOND INNINGS BOWLING
Matt Henry, 0/25 in 24 [-10.1] | Cole McConchie, 0/23 in 23 [-7.7] | Ed Nuttall, 1/27 in 22 [-6.1] | Daryl Mitchell, 0/33 in 22 [+4.0] | Todd Astle, 1/22 in 18 [-2.5] | Will Williams, 0/22 in 12 [+4.4] |

Required score is the sum of required runs per ball on each ball in the chase.
Expected score is the sum of the expected score on each ball in the 1st innings.
The misbah/jogi score is the sum of the batsman's net contribution (batsman's runs minus the required/expected score) over the deliveries in question. For a batsman, a positive misbah score is better than a negative misbah score, while for a bowler, a negative jogi is better than a positive jogi score.


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