Viv has a great MoM to match ratio. One in every six matches. And to think of it, many matches those days would not be even having a MoM award I reckon.
It's tough for him to be there in a statistical ranking system unless the analysis was specifically tailored that way. For non-statistical rankings, agreed.That one looks a lot better IMO. Might be a bit biased but any ranking that doesn't have Bevan at or close to the top is not going to get any traction from me.
Nah, it's not a statistical analysis. It's just average*srBevan is #3 in Rajesh's analysis and it's purely statistical, just without funky variables.
That is a statisical analysis. Just a very simple one.Nah, it's not a statistical analysis. It's just average*sr
The credit due for this pointless pile of dung = zero.Credit where credit is due
Not in the article we're discussing: https://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/22375790/best-odi-batsmen-erasThey're adjusted averages and strike rates though
So is Sangakkara. All of them should be below TM Dilshan. Way too much weightage for the number of runs scored.Sehwag and Jayasuriya should not be that high
I stop at the byline tbh.I'm not reading that **** LOL, my eyes starting glazing over within the first couple of paras of an Anantha Narayanan article
Refreshing this wouldn't be that hard I suppose. I will give it a shot over the weekend.S Rajesh does simpler and therefore better analyses. Here's one on ODI batsmen.
It's dated and rankings will look different now. Don't think Dhoni will hold on to his #2 spot and of course Kohli and ABD will feature near the top.