Four games have been played in the 2017 Women’s World Cup Cricket tournament.
Although it is very early in the tournament, this is my record of median run partnership profiles (using secondary data from espncricinfo):
This graph was produced from some of these data:
The median profile for men’s cricket at the end of the Champions Trophy was:
Beth Mooney and Nicole Bolton (Twitter @worldcupcricket)
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:
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.
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:
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:
Figure 4. A Comparison of the Number of Batting Partnerships Compiled by England in Three Ashes Series 2010-2014.
The Oval, Surrey v Glamorgan (WeLiveCricket, CC BY 2.0)
There have been 183 partnerships in the twelve games played to date in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
My data for these partnerships are collected here as secondary data from ESPNCricinfo.
I am interested in batting partnerships.
1. Distribution of 183 Partnerships
2. Comparing Winners and Losers
3. Comparing Winners to Total Partnerships
4. Comparing Losers to Total Partnerships
After conversations with @SimonGleave, here are the 20+ run comparisons.
2015.01.06 13.17.12 (Danny Palmer, CC BY-NC 2.0)