Batting Average Calculator (Cricket)

LAST UPDATE: February 25th, 2019


What is “Batting Average” in Cricket?

Batting Average is a cricket statistic used put a player’s number of runs in comparison with their number of times they have been out.
It is intended to be a more accurate representation of a player’s abilities than only the total number of hits or the total number of outs alone, as it compares their number of hits with their relative time at the plate.


In Cricket, batting average calculates as follows:
\text{Batting Average} = \frac{\text{Runs Scored}}{\text{Times Out}}


If a batter has scored at bat 522 times and been out 27 times in that time, then:
522 divided by 27 is 19.33
Therefore, the player’s batting average is 19.33


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