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by cherian 93 months ago
Does the pitch really make a difference? I have a green wicket and over 16 games, the spinners seam to be doing better than the seamers, though my spinners are poor-er than my seamers skill wise.

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An out of context question , but can you include players in a league with different type of pitches.I mean 4 new teams are going to advance  in my league next season , right now all players of my league has sporting wicket . So basically no change in the strategy for any game atleast pitchwise . So can you provide some players with either crumbling or green or flat pitch in my league if those are available.That would intensify the thinking process
93 months ago
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants) Hyderabad # 2
@cherian: it definitely does, compare the star ratings of your bowlers on diff pitch types. Performances and ability can't be compared easily. Did you seamers bowl and take out the opposition's 3 best batsman, while the spinners wrapped up the weak middle order? Do ur opponent's batsmen have a much better batting vs seam skill than batting vs spin skill...there are a lot of such factors..

@harsh: we can't assign teams to leagues based on pitches, but at the end of the season some of them may change their pitch anyway.
93 months ago
cherian Hyderabad # 3
well thats why is said over 16 games. Fair to assume all the factors you mentioned should even out after this many games?
93 months ago
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants) Hyderabad # 4
The algorithm is designed to adapt based on the outcome of previous deliveries, so if a bad batsman survives a ball against a great bowler, his probability of getting out increases even more. So even if a relatively worse bowler comes on, he could lose his wicket. This makes it harder (ofc it won't eliminate the possibility) for bad batsmen to last long against good attacks. At the same time, bad bowlers bowling in tandem/after great bowlers, can pick up wickets easily.

So even if your good bowler doesn't get u a wicket, he HAS played a big part in your overall team performance.

things do tend to even out over time, especially for stand-out players. Thats why your best bowler is also the top wicket taker.
93 months ago
cherian Hyderabad # 5
awesome. that explains the wickets and makes sense. but econ. rate? correct me if im wrong but usually your best bowler will have a decent econ. rate in t20? 
93 months ago
Sir Kashyap (Army Ants) Hyderabad # 6
is he bowling during the powerplays or slog overs? and right now teams have really good openers but not particularly good batsmen lower the ones opening the bowling tend to go for more runs. 

Also similar to wickets, batsman's scoring rate also goes down once he's already scored a few against a great bowler.
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