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T20 MATCH

ZIMBABWE v AFGHANISTAN
QUEENS SPORTS CLUB, BULAWAYO
OCTOBER 26, 2015
Result: AFGHANISTAN
Runs Per Wicket: 34.1 | Scoring Rate: 7.8
Scorecard on ESPNCricinfo
Afghanistan in Zimbabwe T20I Series


FORMBOOK EXPECTATION [?]

TEAM WIN.
EXP.
BAT BOWL OVERALL EXPE.
Zimbabwe 45% 137 148 139 202
Afghanistan 54% 137 141 142 268

SCORE SUMMARY

INNS BATTING TEAM R D BF
1 Zimbabwe 153 5 120
2 Afghanistan 154 4 115

TWENTY MATCH RATINGS HISTORY [?]

This chart shows the twenty match rating history for the two teams upto the start of the current match.

2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 AFGHANISTAN ZIMBABWE 2012-02-11 2012-09-06 2012-09-21 2013-05-12 2013-11-16 2013-11-29 2014-03-19 2015-07-10 2015-07-23

MATCH PROGRESS

1st INNINGS 1st INNINGS: OVER RAAR (PER OVER) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 O W RIO 0 12 0 10 0 4 0 10 0 12 0 10 0 5 0 11 0 6 0 4 0 5 0 9 0 4 1 6 1 4 1 9 1 4 2 12 2 9 4 7 2nd INNINGS 2nd INNINGS: OVER RAAR (PER OVER) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 O W RIO 0 10 0 4 0 6 0 12 0 4 0 12 0 9 1 3 2 10 2 5 2 10 4 7 4 2 4 10 4 11 4 14 4 6 4 4 4 9 4 6

The match progress for a T20 game is recorded by measuring how well a team is using its resources. Two types of resources are considered - wickets in hand, and overs remaining. Each row in the table below shows I (match innings), O (over in innings), W (wickets lost at the start of innings.), AVE (average scoring rate in oth over when w wickets are lost at the start of the over), RIO (runs in over), RAAR (runs above average replacement - a running tally of how many runs per over above or below the average a team is doing.)

FIRST INNINGS

I O W AVE RIO RAAR
1 1 0 5.86 12 +6.14
1 2 0 7.09 10 +9.05
1 3 0 8.15 4 +4.9
1 4 0 8.63 10 +6.27
1 5 0 8.78 12 +9.49
1 6 0 9.17 10 +10.32
1 7 0 7.35 5 +7.97
1 8 0 7.97 11 +10.99
1 9 0 8.55 6 +8.44
1 10 0 8.45 4 +3.99
1 11 0 8.59 5 +0.4
1 12 0 9.55 9 -0.15
1 13 0 9.94 4 -6.09
1 14 1 9.01 6 -9.1
1 15 1 9.82 4 -14.92
1 16 1 10.29 9 -16.21
1 17 1 11.35 4 -23.56
1 18 2 11.02 12 -22.58
1 19 2 11.7 9 -25.28
1 20 4 11.37 7 -29.65

SECOND INNINGS

I O W AVE RIO RAAR
2 1 0 6.32 10 +3.68
2 2 0 7.54 4 +0.14
2 3 0 8.38 6 -2.24
2 4 0 8.71 12 +1.06
2 5 0 8.94 4 -3.88
2 6 0 9.24 12 -1.12
2 7 0 7.41 9 +0.47
2 8 1 7.04 3 -3.58
2 9 2 7.16 10 -0.74
2 10 2 7.29 5 -3.03
2 11 2 7.45 10 -0.48
2 12 4 7.13 7 -0.61
2 13 4 7.61 2 -6.22
2 14 4 7.85 10 -4.07
2 15 4 8.29 11 -1.36
2 16 4 8.63 14 +4.01
2 17 4 9.02 6 +0.98
2 18 4 10.01 4 -5.03
2 19 4 10.76 9 -6.79
2 20 4 7.96 6 -8.74

MATCH BOWLING

BOWLER TEAM BB RC W MR
[?]
Dawlat Zadran Afghanistan 24 29 3 9.9
Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 24 40 1 2.3
TS Chisoro Zimbabwe 24 26 1 5.5
WP Masakadza Zimbabwe 24 39 1 2.4
Rashid Khan Afghanistan 24 20 1 9.3
SC Williams Zimbabwe 12 20 1 1.5
T Muzarabani Zimbabwe 24 31 0 3.9
Amir Hamza Afghanistan 24 28 0 4.7
CB Mpofu Zimbabwe 19 24 0 3.4
Karim Sadiq Afghanistan 12 15 0 2.6
Gulbadin Naib Afghanistan 12 20 0 1.5
CJ Chibhabha Zimbabwe 6 7 0 1.8
Sikandar Raza Zimbabwe 6 5 0 3.5

MATCH BATTING

BATSMAN TEAM R D BF RSH(%) MR
[?]
Sikandar Raza Zimbabwe 59 1 41 39 55.0
CJ Chibhabha Zimbabwe 54 1 47 35 39.4
Najibullah Zadran Afghanistan 37 0 26 24 33.7
Mohammad Shahzad † Afghanistan 34 1 21 22 36.0
Mohammad Nabi Afghanistan 33 0 25 21 28.1
Asghar Stanikzai (c) Afghanistan 18 1 9 12 20.7
Karim Sadiq Afghanistan 17 1 16 11 12.2
SC Williams Zimbabwe 16 1 18 10 10.0
Usman Ghani Afghanistan 13 1 18 8 6.3
E Chigumbura (c) Zimbabwe 12 1 7 8 10.0
R Mutumbami † Zimbabwe 6 0 4 4 25.9
MN Waller Zimbabwe 5 0 2 3 90.7
CR Ervine Zimbabwe 0 1 1 0 0.0

ZIMBABWE v AFGHANISTAN
FORMBOOK HISTORY

This is the first Zimbabwe v Afghanistan t20 in the database.

Each circle in the chart below represents a previous Zimbabwe v Afghanistan t20. To reach a match page, click on the circle. The red circle represents the current match.

ZIMBABWE AFGHANISTAN STRONGER WEAKER WEAKER STRONGER 120 126 132 139 145 151 157 163 170 176 120 126 132 139 145 151 157 163 170 176

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