Looking forward to #Ashes2015 Series by looking back: batting partnerships since 2010

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The 2015 Ashes series starts on 8 July in Cardiff.
I have been monitoring batting partnerships in the Ashes series since 2010. In that time there have been 15 test matches.
I have used ESPNcricinfo data from the three Series to compile a cumulative partnership profile for both teams:

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Figure 1. A Comparison of the Number of Batting Partnerships Compiled by Australia and England in Three Ashes Series 2010-2014.
Data for 2013-2014 are presented in Figure 2.
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Figure 2. A Comparison of the Number of Batting Partnerships Compiled by Australia and England in the 2013-2014 Ashes Series.
Over the three Series, Australia’s changing profile (Figure 3) has been:
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Figure 3. A Comparison of the Number of Batting Partnerships Compiled by Australia in Three Ashes Series 2010-2014.
England’s changing profile (Figure 4) has been:
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Figure 4. A Comparison of the Number of Batting Partnerships Compiled by England in Three Ashes Series 2010-2014.

Photo Credit

The Oval, Surrey v Glamorgan (WeLiveCricket, CC BY 2.0)

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  1. Hi Keith, I have recently moved into house opposite Trent Bridge. If want to drop in to day hello let me know.
    Kind regards
    Graham Ross

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