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CAREER BATTING

AGGREGATE AVE. SR RSH(%) MR [?]
1007 24.6 112.5 16.1 18.0

The player rating (MR) is calculated from innings level records. However, in T20, a better measure (RAAR) is possible based on over-wise records.

RUNS ABOVE AVE. REPLACEMENT (RAAR) [?]

MAT BATTED IN BF PER INNS RATING RUNS
46 44 20.3 -2.61 1007

The chart below shows RAAR for all batsmen who have batted in at least 50 T20 games for which over-wise records are available. RAAR is calculated per innings batted. The chart gives the length of the average innings for each player and the RAAR (which is in runs per innings). A positive RAAR is better than a negative RAAR for batsmen. For example, a RAAR of +3.0 with 15 balls faced per innings means that the player produces 3 runs above the average replacement over the average innings which last 15 balls. The batting RAAR for the current player is given with the red circle. If the red circle is not present, it means that over-wise records for at least 50 matches are not yet available for this player.

Click on any of the grey circles to go to that player's T20 batting page.

7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7 0 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30 33 BALLS FACED PER INNS RUNS ABOVE AVERAGE REPLACEMENT (RAAR)

T20 BATTING RAAR: MATCH LIST

OPPONENT FIGURES RAAR
[?]
Kenya, 2013-04-20 27(13) +13.5
Kenya, 2013-04-19 89(55) +13.3
Bangladesh, 2012-07-25 57(41) +12.2
Hong Kong, 2012-03-20 38(22) +8.4
United Arab Emirates, 2014-03-17 26(16) +4.8
Namibia, 2013-04-21 18(11) +4.5
South Africa Emerging Players, 2013-04-23 10(7) +1.9
Afghanistan, 2012-03-14 22(16) +1.4
South Africa Emerging Players, 2013-04-24 13(10) +1.1
Scotland, 2016-02-05 26(20) +0.9
Nepal, 2015-06-30 4(3) +0.8
Bangladesh, 2012-07-26 61(49) +0.7
Papua New Guinea, 2012-03-18 59*(42) +0.6
United Arab Emirates, 2016-02-03 9(8) +0.1
Denmark, 2012-03-16 0(0) +0.0
Ireland, 2014-03-21 0*(0) +0.0
Kenya, 2015-07-18 1(3) -0.3
Combined Campuses and Colleges, 2012-01-18 57(43) -1.2
Nepal, 2013-11-20 3(4) -1.6
Scotland, 2015-07-11 2(3) -1.6
Canada, 2012-03-13 3(4) -1.7
Kenya, 2013-11-23 44(37) -1.8
Barbados, 2012-01-12 16(16) -2.6
Ireland, 2015-07-25 21(20) -2.8
Denmark, 2013-11-19 6(8) -3.5
Scotland, 2012-03-22 12(12) -3.5
Tasmania, 2011-01-27 5(8) -3.7
Ireland, 2012-03-23 3(6) -3.9
Sri Lanka, 2014-03-24 0(4) -4.2
Nepal, 2015-07-01 76*(59) -4.3
United Arab Emirates, 2013-11-27 1(5) -4.7
Zimbabwe, 2014-03-19 3(8) -5.1
Tasmania, 2010-12-30 18(21) -5.7
Sussex, 2012-01-10 7(12) -6.0
England, 2014-03-31 13(15) -6.1
Namibia, 2015-07-21 28(29) -6.8
Canada, 2015-07-17 34*(31) -7.0
South Africa, 2014-03-27 8(12) -7.2
Scotland, 2013-11-28 30*(28) -7.2
New Zealand, 2014-03-29 26(26) -7.7
Jamaica, 2012-01-20 3(9) -8.3
Bermuda, 2012-03-15 53(51) -9.0
Afghanistan, 2015-07-09 18(25) -13.2
Scotland, 2013-11-22 22(28) -14.1
Nepal, 2012-03-19 16(26) -16.4
United Arab Emirates, 2015-07-12 19(29) -17.8