Current "Total allrounder" ratings based on PWC Test and ODI Batting and Bowling

Current "Total allrounder" ratings based on PWC Test and ODI Batting and Bowling

Post by Craig Jewel » Sun, 27 Jun 1999 04:00:00


These ratings are the geometric average of the ratings, calculate as
folllows.

square-root(square-root (Test-bowling*ODI-bowling)*square root
(Test-Batting*ODI-Batting))

If anyone would like these results in Excel spreadsheet (70 kB) with batting
and bowling results and also "Total allrounder" ratings (based on
test and ODI batting and bowling) format, then please email me.  (Remove the
"despam" in the address")

There are only six players in total that feature on all four PWC rating
charts. They are:

Position Player, ODI-Bat, Test-Bat, ODI-Bowl, Test-Bowl, Combined
1 Pollock, Shaun, 504, 536, 840, 865, 666
2 Kallis, Jacques, 752, 661, 657, 505, 637
3 Cairns, Chris, 583, 475, 595, 532, 544
4 Klusener, Lance, 792, 368, 664, 375, 519
5 Cronje, Hansie, 655, 691, 547, 251, 499
6 Jayasuriya, Sanath 597, 642, 527, 242, 470

Cheers
Craig

 
 
 

Current "Total allrounder" ratings based on PWC Test and ODI Batting and Bowling

Post by Aneesh Pate » Sun, 27 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Quote:
> These ratings are the geometric average of the ratings, calculate as
> folllows.

> square-root(square-root (Test-bowling*ODI-bowling)*square root
> (Test-Batting*ODI-Batting))

> If anyone would like these results in Excel spreadsheet (70 kB) with batting
> and bowling results and also "Total allrounder" ratings (based on
> test and ODI batting and bowling) format, then please email me.  (Remove the
> "despam" in the address")

> There are only six players in total that feature on all four PWC rating
> charts. They are:

> Position Player, ODI-Bat, Test-Bat, ODI-Bowl, Test-Bowl, Combined
> 1 Pollock, Shaun, 504, 536, 840, 865, 666

I knew there was something sinister about Pollock! Just look at that Combined
rating ...

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Quote:
> 2 Kallis, Jacques, 752, 661, 657, 505, 637
> 3 Cairns, Chris, 583, 475, 595, 532, 544
> 4 Klusener, Lance, 792, 368, 664, 375, 519
> 5 Cronje, Hansie, 655, 691, 547, 251, 499
> 6 Jayasuriya, Sanath 597, 642, 527, 242, 470

> Cheers
> Craig


 
 
 

Current "Total allrounder" ratings based on PWC Test and ODI Batting and Bowling

Post by Scott Ma » Mon, 28 Jun 1999 04:00:00

how odd
alot of S.AF players in it

Quote:

>These ratings are the geometric average of the ratings, calculate as
>folllows.

>square-root(square-root (Test-bowling*ODI-bowling)*square root
>(Test-Batting*ODI-Batting))

>If anyone would like these results in Excel spreadsheet (70 kB) with
batting
>and bowling results and also "Total allrounder" ratings (based on
>test and ODI batting and bowling) format, then please email me.  (Remove
the
>"despam" in the address")

>There are only six players in total that feature on all four PWC rating
>charts. They are:

>Position Player, ODI-Bat, Test-Bat, ODI-Bowl, Test-Bowl, Combined
>1 Pollock, Shaun, 504, 536, 840, 865, 666
>2 Kallis, Jacques, 752, 661, 657, 505, 637
>3 Cairns, Chris, 583, 475, 595, 532, 544
>4 Klusener, Lance, 792, 368, 664, 375, 519
>5 Cronje, Hansie, 655, 691, 547, 251, 499
>6 Jayasuriya, Sanath 597, 642, 527, 242, 470

>Cheers
>Craig


 
 
 

Current "Total allrounder" ratings based on PWC Test and ODI Batting and Bowling

Post by Mang » Mon, 28 Jun 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

>how odd
>alot of S.AF players in it

Thats because they have a lot of gifted all rounders who can both bat and
bowl.  Maybe they have too many allrounders and some of them should
concentrate on batting or bowling.  I remember when Steve Waugh first came
into the Australian side he could bat and bowl equally well, particularly in
one day cricket.  As he became older he realised that there is usually only
one spot in a test 11 for a good allrounder and concentrated on batting
where there are 5 spots up for grabs.  He then went on to consistantly
become one of the top 3 batsmen in the world over the 2nd half of his
career.  Some of the SA allrounders have the ability to acheive this also,
but I think they should concentrate heavily on one or the other.  The Ian
Botham types, who can excell at both over a long period, are very rare.