APRIL 16, 2014

A measure for batting and bowling effectiveness in T20

Kartikeya Date: Strike rates and economy rates do not quite tell the whole story. Introducing a new, two-dimensional method of assessing players in T20
Franchise-owner's dream: Chris Gayle and Virat Kohli have high Power and Certainty scores © AFP
APRIL 12, 2014

Team performance analysis in T20 internationals

Anantha Narayanan: Who defends well and who chases a target better?
MARCH 24, 2014

Why T20 is a disfigured caricature of cricket

Kartikeya Date: Scaling the contest down to 20 overs without changing the rules only leads to a grotesque imbalance between bat and ball
MARCH 15, 2014

Test top-score analysis: Bradman and Lara dominate

Anantha Narayanan: An analysis that identifies the most dominant innings by batsmen in Tests, in the context of contributions by other batsmen to the team score
MARCH 08, 2014

Forgotten Test innings: Readers' XV

Anantha Narayanan: A look at readers' choice of 15 forgotten but impactful innings in Tests
MARCH 01, 2014

Running the rule over modern English batsmen

Kartikeya Date: Why Atherton, Thorpe and other batsmen from the 1980s and 1990s were no worse than the current crop
FEBRUARY 18, 2014

Mitchell mayhem, and a Wellington Vesuvius

Andy Zaltzman: A refreshing dip in the numerical magma chamber of the second New Zealand-India Test, and more
FEBRUARY 14, 2014

Which batsmen thrive against the best bowlers?

Kartikeya Date: Why Tendulkar and Lara were superior all-round Test players, and why Sangakkara is a freak
FEBRUARY 08, 2014

Test series analysis - beyond the scorecard

Anantha Narayanan: An in-depth look at the most comprehensive series wins in Test history
FEBRUARY 05, 2014

Bowling averages and beyond: spinners

Kartikeya Date: The two phases of Warne's career, and the challenge for fingerspinners in Tests
JANUARY 25, 2014

A chink in the armour

Anantha Narayanan: An analytical study of the most frequent modes of dismissals for leading Test batsmen
JANUARY 22, 2014

How good is Australia's pace trio?

Kartikeya Date: Johnson was often unplayable but Australia's support bowlers were equally important to their victorious campaign
JANUARY 19, 2014

What's wrong with being a bully at home?

Hassan Cheema: Asian batsmen only get recognition when they do well in the "foreign" conditions of Australia, England, South Africa and New Zealand. The reverse rarely applies
JANUARY 18, 2014

Ashes 2013-14 and India in SA: head-to-head analysis

Anantha Narayanan: An analysis of the head-to-head confrontations in the Ashes and India in South Africa series
JANUARY 16, 2014

How does one measure T20 proficiency?

Russell Jackson: The traditional data range of cricket statistics is far too narrow and its focus sometimes irrelevant to the requirements of the shortest format
JANUARY 14, 2014

A golden age of cricketing travel sickness

Andy Zaltzman: In which we explore the magical world of whitewashes and why teams seem to be so rubbish at touring these days
JANUARY 11, 2014

Would you pick Haddin over Gilchrist for an Ashes Test?

Kartikeya Date: Haddin's record against England is better than his illustrious predecessor's, and he played for a far weaker team
JANUARY 02, 2014

Can Kallis really be called an allrounder?

Kartikeya Date: Jacques Kallis was among the greatest of batsmen who could bowl, but he doesn't belong to the pantheon of legendary allrounders like Sobers, Imran and Botham
DECEMBER 31, 2013

Is Misbah one of Pakistan's best captains?

Ahmer Naqvi: If you go by the numbers of wins and individual performances while in charge, he hasn't done too badly
DECEMBER 28, 2013

HSI - A new and exciting measure for ODIs

Anantha Narayanan: An analysis to identify the best ODI innings and careers with a new metric - HSI