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Batting Average Calculator (Cricket)

LAST UPDATE: March 8th, 2020

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What is “Batting Average” in Cricket?

Batting Average is the ratio of a player’s number of runs to the number of times they have been out.

It is considered a good metric for a player’s skill as a bowler.

Formula – How to calculate Batting Average

Batting Average = Runs Scored / Times Out

  • Runs Scored” – The number of runs scored by the batter.
  • Times Out” – The number of times the batter has been caught out.

Example

A batter scores at bat 522 times and is out 27 times in that time.

522 divided by 27 = 19.33.

Therefore, the player’s batting average is 19.33

Frequently Asked Questions

How is batting average calculated in cricket?

Batting Average = Runs Scored / Times Out

What is “Ave” in Cricket Statistics?

The “Ave” statistic can represent either “Batting Average” or “Bowling Average.”

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