T20 PROGRESS CHART AND RAAR
This chart traces the way in which batting teams use their resources (wickets in hand) in T20 games. It is available for all T20 games for which an over wise record is available. At the start of each over in a T20 games, the average number of runs scored by a team in the over for a given number of wickets lost (PW) at the beginning of the over is calculated. The actual runs scored in each over in the current match are assessed against this average. A cumulative record of how far ahead of behind the average expectation is maintained, and an average (Runs Above Average Replacement or RAAR) is shown in the chart below.
This measure can also be calculated for individual players. RAAR stands for Runs Above Average Replacement and is given here
The example below shows the 2016 IPL Final. Given the pattern in which the team batting first lost wickets, it ended up 41.7 runs above average, or +2.09 runs per over (RAAR, or Runs Above Average Replacement). Given the pattern of dismissal for the team batting second, they ended up 32.1 runs above average (or 1.61 runs above average.). Based on this, its possible to assess how each side used its resources. If the RAAR reduces without a wicket being lost, then its a sign that a team is being conservative.
1st INNINGS 2nd INNINGS
RAAR FOR PLAYERS
The T20 progress record is also available for players on each player page. For a batsman, a positive RAAR score is better, while for a bowler, a negative RAAR score is better. The example given below is the over wise record for the spin bowling allrounder Sunil Narine. RAAR is calculated for careers, matches and series for individual players.
OVER WISE T20 RECORD: BATTING
OVER WISE T20 RECORD: BOWLING