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Old July 30, 2009, 11:55 AM
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Lightbulb Recent form of Bangladesh batsmen

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Originally Posted by Sohel NR
I just wanted to look at their current patch of performances and gauge improvement in relation to their initial patch of 10 matches. I lowered the bar and considered anything less than 20 to be a "failure" only because we're a 20 something team in terms batting average. By International standards for a test playing nation, that can be raised to anything less than 30 for batters. Once it does, the success to failure ratio with the gray area in between will change. Then we can see who's International standard better. But until that happens, I just focused on relative improvement.
All averages count "not outs".

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1. Shakib Al Hasan, 26 test innings:

THEN

> Average score in first 10 test innings: 21.5 runs

> Filtered average score in first 10 test innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 21.4 runs

NOW

> Average score in last 10 test innings: 35.9 runs

> Filtered average score in last 10 test innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 32.9 runs

IMPROVEMENT/DECLINE

> Average score: +14.4 runs or 67%

> Filtered average score: +11.5 runs or 53.7%

SUCCESS/FAILURE %

> Success, 50+ scores divided by innings played: 11.5%
> Failure, 0-19 scores divided by innings played: 50%

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2. Shakib Al Hasan, 62 ODI innings:

THEN

> Average score in first 10 ODI innings: 28.4 runs

> Filtered average score in first 10 ODI innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 27.1 runs

NOW

> Average score in last 10 ODI innings: 41.0 runs

> Filtered average score in last 10 ODI innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 38.6 runs

IMPROVEMENT/DECLINE, ODIs

> Average score: +12.6 runs or 44.4%

> Filtered average score: +11.5 runs or 42.4%

SUCCESS/FAILURE %

> Success, 50+ scores divided by innings played: 22.6%
> Failure, 0-19 scores divided by innings played: 48.4%
Now lets have a look at Mo.

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1. Mohammad Ashraful Matin, 97 test innings:

THEN

> Average score in first 10 test innings: 21.5 runs

> Filtered average score in first 10 test innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 12.1 runs

NOW

> Average score in last 10 test innings: 21.1 runs

> Filtered average score in last 10 test innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 13.6 runs

IMPROVEMENT/DECLINE

> Average score: (-) 0.4 runs or (-) 1.9%

> Filtered average score: +1.5 runs or 12.4%

SUCCESS/FAILURE %

> Success, 50+ scores divided by innings played: 12.4%
> Failure, 0-19 scores divided by innings played: 61.9%

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2. Mohammad Ashraful Matin, 134 ODI innings:

THEN

> Average score in first 10 ODI innings: 17.0 runs

> Filtered average score in first 10 ODI innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 15.8 runs

NOW

> Average score in last 10 ODI innings: 26.8 runs

> Filtered average score in last 10 ODI innings, after dropping highest and lowest scores to better determine consistency, divided by 8: 24.4 runs

IMPROVEMENT/DECLINE, ODIs

> Average score: +9.8 runs or 57.6%

> Filtered average score: +8.6 runs or 54.4%

SUCCESS/FAILURE %

> Success, 50+ scores divided by innings played: 14.9%
> Failure, 0-19 scores divided by innings played: 61.9%
What do these numbers tell us? Something we know already.
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