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Net Run Rate… How is it calculated?


We encounter Net Run Rate (NRR) in most of the major tournaments in the game of cricket. Sometimes, when the points of two teams are tied… Its NRR that decides as to which team qualifies for the next round. So how is the NRR calculated.

A simple wiki search got me to my answer. Its explained in great detail with lots of case scenarios.

NRR Basic Formula

NRR Basic Formula

One thing to be noted is that, for a team that has been bowled out, overs faced is equivalent to the total number of overs in one innings.

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