NET Run Rate in IPL plays a major role in the second half of the tournament. A team with high NRR can go for the next level when there is a confusion or tie in a match

Net Run Rate Calculation is simple Team Run Rate minus Opponent Team run Rate

Example 1

Team 1 score 150 in 20 Overs – Team 2 scores 150 in 19 Overs

NRR of Team 1 = (150/20) – (150/19)

= (7.5) – (7.8947)

= – 0.3947

NRR of Team 2 = (150/19) – (150/20)

= (7.8947) – (7.5)

= + 0.3947

Example 2

If a chasing team finished a match before 20 overs there is no change in NRR calculation But the chasing team all out in 15 overs then the chasing teams run rate calculated for the full overs not played overs

In this example Team 1 scored 150 in 20 overs and Team 2 scored 120 and all out in 13 overs in this case team run rate of Team 2 is calculated for 20 only not for 13 overs

NRR of Team 1 = (150/20) – (120/20)

=(7.5)-(6)

=1.5

NRR of Team 2 = (120/20) – (150/20)

= (6) – (7.5)

= -1.5

Example 3

Team 1 and 2 played 3 matches

Team 1 scores are 150/20 in the first match 111/19 in the second Match 190/18 in the third match

Team 2 scores are 150/19 in the first match 111/17 in the second Match 140/15 in the third match

NRR of Team 1 = {(150+111+190) / (20+19+18)} – {(150+111+140) / (19+17+20)}

= {(451) / (57) } – { (401) / (56)}

= {7.9122 } – { 7.1607}

= 0.7515

NRR of Team 1 = {(150+111+140) / (19+17+20)} – {(150+111+190) / (20+19+18)}

= {(401) / (56) } – {(451) / (57) }

= {7.1607 } – {7.9122 }

= -0.7515

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