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Does the database include things like the form of a batsman?
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
Ok, makes sense. Another question: If a player is a wicketkeeper but plays as a specialist batsman as well (in which case his performances with the bat are better), how does the database differentiate from the two? Does it list him as a wicketkeeper, a batsman or either depending on the selection made by the user?
Well Yuvraj has been gunning it for me so Cribb's database was obviously seriously flawed, not that I'm complaining.
Brendan Nash has been shockingly good as well. No idea why.
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