Q: How many overs used in first three icc worldcup cricke match?

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The Duckworth–Lewis method is a statistical formulation which calculates the target score for the team batting second in a limited overs cricket match interrupted by weather.The method is based on the premise that any team has two resources: the number of wickets remaining and the number of overs to be played. However, when some overs are lost, setting an appropriate target is not as simple as reducing the number of runs required in proportion to the proportionate loss of overs. This is because a team with ten wickets in hand and 25 overs to bat can be expected to play more aggressively than if they had ten wickets and a full 50 overs. The Duckworth–Lewis method is an attempt to set a statistically fair target for the second team's innings, based on the score achieved by the first team, taking their wickets lost and overs played into account.The exact calculations are complicated by differences in which team lost overs, and so forth. For examples, see the Wikipedia entry at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duckworth%E2%80%93Lewis_method#Example_Standard_Edition_calculations

Left overs of that fraction,it depends.

No, you cant because eventually it will go bad.

alot!!

ave speed does not care if you have stopovers or not. ave speed = total distance / total time

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2 teams each team play at d 1st ever world cup.

6

only 50 overs

glen mcgrath

It depends on you how much overs do you want to play in a match.

Indian Premier League match consist of 40 overs in which each team plays 20 overs .It is smallest format of cricket match.It is also known as T20.

None for 16 runs in 4 overs.

odi=50 twentytwenty=20

there are 20 overs in twenty 20 match hence the name 20 20

I would guess it would be 'Phil Simmons'. He bowled 8 maiden overs (out of 10) in an ODI against Pakistan. His bowling figures for that match was 10-8-3-4 (10 overs, 8 maiden, 3 runs and 4 wickets).

Each team gets 50 overs each,1 over is 6 legal deliveries(legal deliveries doesnt include wide, no ball etc) so 100 over in total

In an One Day International (ODI) match, an innings compromises of 50 overs. So if two full innings were played, that would be a total of 100 overs. However, the likelihood of this occurring is fairly low, as that would result in the match coming down to the final ball. This would mean that out of two teams, Team A batted first and didn't loose all their wickets, and Team B have paced their innings at a very close run rate to that of Team A, which is not the strategy teams use when chasing totals. Usually though a full one day match will use up around 90 - 95 overs, however if a 'mismatch' (when a stronger team plays a much weaker team) or collapse occurs, then around 50 or 60 overs could be expected in a full match.