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How The Net Run rates Derives.?

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Asked by Raju Dhupe, 01 Mar '11 11:23 am
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Net Run Rate (NRR) is a statistic used in the sport of cricket. It is the most commonly used method of separating teams in one-day league competitions, effectively acting as the Cricket equivalent of "goal difference" in football.

The net run rate in a single game is the run rate per over that a team scores, minus the run rate per over that is scored against them
Source: wikipedia
Answered by LIPSIKA, 01 Mar '11 11:26 am

 
  
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1) First of all get the total runs scored by the team. Wickets are never counted.
2) Get the total overs batted by the team. If teams bat all overs then all 50 or 20 overs are taken. If they are all out then still all 50 or 20 over is taken. In case team batting second, only the overs it batted is taken.
3) Divide the total runs scored by the overs.
4) Net Run Rate for a team is the difference of its total run rate and another teams total run rate in the match. In case of loss, its negative, 0 when a draw and positive when won.
5) In a series, net run rate is the average of rates of the team. Its equal to sum of run rates in each match divided by total matches.
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 01 Mar '11 05:12 pm

 
  
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Net Run Rate (NRR)
Answered by sumati gayki, 02 Apr '11 12:18 pm

 
  
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