Cricket Net Run Rate Calculator

In cricket, performance of the teams are measured using the net run rate (NRR). Use online Net Run Rate calculator to determine NRR based on the values of total runs scored and conceded, total overs faced and bowled.

In cricket, performance of the teams are measured using the net run rate (NRR). Use online Net Run Rate calculator to determine NRR based on the values of total runs scored and conceded, total overs faced and bowled.

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Net Run Rate Formula:

CNRR = (TRS / TOF) - (TRC / TOB) Where, CNRR = Cricket Net Run Rate TRS = Total Runs Scored TOF= Total Overs Faced TRC = Total Runs Conceded TOB = Total Overs Bowled

What is Net Run Rate?
It is a cricket statistic used to put runs scored in comparison with the number of overs faced. NRR has become the preferred method of breaking ties in multi-team one-day international cricket tournaments.

It is often misunderstood, but really quite simple to understand. A resulting positive NRR means that a team is scoring higher and faster than its opposition a negative NRR indicates that the team is scoring lower and slower than its opposition.

Enter the values of the total runs scored and conceded, total overs faced and bowled in the cricket net run rate calculator to find the NRR.

Examples on How to calculate Net Run Rate (NRR):

Example 1:

If a team has scored 300 runs and has faced 6 overs in that time, while at the same time conceded 200 runs in 7 overs bowled then:
300 divided by 6 is 50
200 divided by 7 is 28.57
Therefore, the team’s net run rate is 50 - 28.57 = 21.43

Example 2:

Team B scores 380 runs for 18 overs. Total Runs conceded for the team is 375 and total overs faced is 20 overs.
CNRR = (380 / 20) - (375 / 18)
= -1.83.

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