Net Run Rate Calculator

In cricket, the performance of team is measured using the net run rate. It can be of positive and negative. A positive NRR indicates, a team has performed well than its opposition team and a negative NRR indicates its performance is slower than opposition team. The net run rate in cricket can be calculated based runs scored, wickets lost, and overs faced by each team.

Cricket NRR calculator

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Formula:

NRR = (HTR / HTO) - (OTR / OTO) Where, NRR = Net Run Rate in Cricket HTR = Sum of Home Team Runs HTO = Sum of Home Team Overs OTR = Sum of Opponent Team Runs OTO = Sum of Opponent Team Overs

Example

In a twenty20 cricket match played by team A and B,
Team A Scores 170 runs for 20 overs losing 5 wickets in first innings.
Team B Scores 180 runs for 20 overs losing 4 wickets in first innings.
Team A Scores 170 runs for 20 overs losing 7 wickets in first innings.
Team B Scores 153 runs for 20 overs losing 6 wickets in first innings.

What is the Cricket NRR ?

Net Run Rate = [(170 + 170) / 40] - [(180+153) / 40]
                      = [340 / 40] - [333/40]
                      = 8.5 - 8.325
                      = 0.175

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