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    Allrounder Statistical Rating

    I’ve established an Allrounder statistical criteria which is based on the following ideals:

    Batting Average: 40.00 ------ 20% --- {Batting Ave divide by 2}
    Runs per Innings 35.00 ------ 20% --- {Runs/Inn divide by 1.75}

    Bowling Average: 25.00 ----- 20% --- {500 divide by bowling Ave}
    Strike Rate: 60.0 -------------- 10% --- {600 divide by SR}
    Wkts per Match: 3.5 --------- 10% --- {W/M * 2.86}

    Best ICC Ranking: 500 ------ 20% --- (ICC Rank divide by 25}

    And the top 15 all-time All-rounders are:

    1. Sobers --- (112.8)
    2. Kallis --- (109.4)
    3. Imran --- (101.6)
    4. Miller --- (101.2)
    5. Botham --- (99.9)
    6. Hadlee --- (94.8)
    7. Greig --- (93.8)
    8. Cairns --- (93.3)
    9. Pollock --- (91.9)
    10. Goddard --- (88.4)
    11. Flintoff --- (87.8)
    12. Noble --- (87.1)
    13. Dev --- (84.8)
    14. Benaud --- (84.0)
    15. Mankad --- (81.7)

    Any suggestions on how to improve it, or any players you want rated, let me know
    Last edited by aussie tragic; 07-12-2006 at 12:04 PM.

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    Rate Pathan, Symonds, please

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic

    Any suggestions on how to improve it, or any players you want rated, let me know
    For the sake of the thread I think you need to rig it so that Imran is higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dravid
    Rate Pathan, Symonds, please
    This is for all rounders...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic
    Iíve established an Allrounder statistical criteria which is based on the following ideals:

    Batting Average: 40.00 ------ 20%
    Runs per Innings 35.00 ------ 20%

    Bowling Average: 25.00 ---- 20%
    Strike Rate: 60.0 -------------- 10%
    Wkts per Match: 3.5 --------- 10%

    Best ICC Ranking ------------- 20%

    And the top 15 all-time All-rounders are:

    1. Sobers --- (112.8)
    2. Kallis --- (109.4)
    3. Imran --- (101.6)
    4. Miller --- (101.2)
    5. Botham --- (99.9)
    6. Hadlee --- (94.8)
    7. Greig --- (93.8)
    8. Cairns --- (93.3)
    9. Pollock --- (91.9)
    10. Goddard --- (88.4)
    11. Flintoff --- (87.8)
    12. Noble --- (87.1)
    13. Dev --- (84.8)
    14. Benaud --- (84.0)
    15. Mankad --- (81.7)

    Any suggestions on how to improve it, or any players you want rated, let me know
    Is there any chance you could post the actual formula?
    Or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dravid
    Rate Pathan, Symonds, please
    I should state that I set a minimum of 100 wkts as an entry criteria, however I'll rate Pathan as he has 91 wkts. He gets a 77.0 which is 18th....

    Symonds on the other hand is not a Test all-rounder and deserves nothing, however as it shows how bad he really is, he gets 42.4 (probably 300+)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillian Thomson
    For the sake of the thread I think you need to rig it so that Imran is higher.
    Mate, Imran is already higher than Miller and Botham which is sacrilege IMO, so umm NO.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    Is there any chance you could post the actual formula?
    Added to the first Post

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    Pathan's up there

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    Bradman: 159.8803175

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamee999
    Bradman: 159.8803175
    Sorry, that's why I set 100 wkts, 2000 runs, Batt ave > 24 and Min. 2 wkts/match as the minimum criteria
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic
    Mate, Imran is already higher than Miller and Botham which is sacrilege IMO, so umm NO.....

    I agree, but there is great school of thought on this board that Imran is not only the greatest all rounder ever ( yes, above Sobers ), but is also the greatest bowler ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie tragic
    Mate, Imran is already higher than Miller and Botham which is sacrilege IMO, so umm NO.....

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    Personally I wouldn't have rated Kallis so highly in my own opinion and I'm suprised that Kapil Dev is so low. Could you please rank Wilfred Rhodes? His stats are here and I would be interested to see how he compares.
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    Interesting to see modern day players like Pathan and Vettori, who are primarily bowlers ranked inside the top 20. I thought Rhodes would have been higher but obviously not.

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