24 June 2007

Real averages

Just updated the real averages again. As predicted Chanderpaul's average is severely affected - yes, he's played well, but if England could catch he wouldn't have ended up with an incredible official average of 148.7, but a decent average of 44.2.

And who would have ended up top of the averages if they were calculated as real averages? Michael Vaughan. The top 3 would have been Vaughan, Prior, Pietersen as opposed to Chanderpaul, Pietersen, Prior.

Real averages are always available as links on the right hand side of the Cricket Burble blog. Does this not give a far better indication of how well the various batsmen have played?

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