i think the message of the OP has gotten lost trying to give the mathematical proof that 40 is < 10, etc. so here is the statistic of how the TEAM has done in the last 10 overs since the 3rd ODI in Christchurch:
43 runs from 60 balls (6 wickets in hand) v NZ
19 runs from 34 balls (4 wickets in hand) v ENG
53 runs from 60 balls (6 wickets in hand) v ENG
49 runs from 60 balls (5 wickets in hand) v ENG
DNB v IND
only faced 2 balls v SL
53 runs from 60 balls (9 wickets in hand) v PAK
63 runs from 60 balls (6 wickets in hand) v ENG
53 runs from 60 balls (5 wickets in hand) v ENG
24 runs from 30 balls (3 wickets in hand) v ENG
51 runs from 60 balls (5 wickets in hand) v IRE
DNB v IRE
DNB v NET
57 runs from 57 balls (5 wickets in hand) v NZ
DNB
40 runs from 49 balls (5 wickets in hand) v NZ
11 runs from 26 balls (3 wickets in hand) v NZ
37 runs from 54 balls (4 wickets in hand) v ZIM
DNB v ZIM
75 runs from 60 balls (6 wickets in hand) v ZIM
DNB v ZIM
47 runs from 60 balls (6 wickets in hand) v IND
Total Runs = 675
Total Balls = 790
Strike Rate = 85.44
a strike of 85 means we will score just 51 runs per 60 deliveries (this includes extras so it shows how bad we are as a team).
we are also usually 5 wickets down at that point, meaning the 68 batsman are letting us down almost exclusively.
something is broken. and if you have to use duct tape, then so be it, till a replacement part can be found.
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