Monday, 7 April 2014

ICC World T20 2014 - Statistical Analysis

The 5th edition of ICC World T20 in Bangladesh ended with Sri Lanka becoming champions beating India in the finals. The tournament was played by 16 teams, most in any of the previous tournaments. 

ICC World T20 2014 Champions - Sri Lanka


Here are all the statistics of this tournament.

Team Totals:

The mark of 200 runs by a team in World T20 has been achieved 7 times – 5 of those in the first edition in South Africa, 1 each in 2009 and 2012. But this edition couldn’t mark any such instance like the one in 2010.
There were 3 matches where teams scored 190+ while chasing but the highest any of those could reach was 196/5 and it was South Africa vs England in the first inning.

Below is the table listing all the totals of over 190 in the tournament:
Total
Inns
Team
Opp
Venue
Date
Result
196/5 (20.0)
1
South Africa
England
Chittagong
29-Mar-14
Won
193/4 (13.5)
2
Netherlands
Ireland
Sylhet
21-Mar-14
Won
193/7 (20.0)
2
England
South Africa
Chittagong
29-Mar-14
Lost
191/5 (20.0)
1
Pakistan
Australia
Dhaka
23-Mar-14
Won
190/4 (19.2)
2
England
Sri Lanka
Chittagong
27-Mar-14
Won
190/5 (20.0)
1
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Dhaka
30-Mar-14
Won

The tournament saw 8 teams dismissed for less than 100 runs which are the most among all the World T20 tournaments. The lowest total ever in T20Is – 39 by Netherlands vs Sri Lanka – also occurred in this tournament.

Below is the table listing all the totals of 100 or less in the tournament
Total
Inns
Team
Opp
Venue
Date
72
1
Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Dhaka
16-Mar-14
69
2
Hong Kong
Nepal
Chittagong
16-Mar-14
39
1
Netherlands
Sri Lanka
Chittagong
24-Mar-14
98
2
Banglasesh
West Indies
Dhaka
25-Mar-14
86
2
Australia
India
Dhaka
30-Mar-14
88
2
England
Netherlands
Chittagong
31-Mar-14
60
2
New Zealand
Sri Lanka
Chittagong
31-Mar-14
82
2
Pakistan
West Indies
Dhaka
01-Apr-14

It goes without saying that all the totals resulted in team’s loss.
The lowest total defended was 119 by Sri Lanka against New Zealand in the must win game for both teams to reach the semis.
Sri Lanka and West Indies are the only teams to dismiss two oppositions for less than 100 in the tournament.

Power Plays:

Stephan Myburgh scored heavily in the powerplays


Highest Power Play Scores:
Score
Run Rate
Inns
Team
Opp
Result
91/1
15.17
2
Netherlands
Ireland
Won
67/0
11.17
2
Netherlands
UAE
Won
63/1
10.50
2
Netherlands
South Africa
Lost
62/1
10.33
2
England
South Africa
Lost
61/1
10.17
2
West Indies
Australia
Won
61/1
10.17
2
Ireland
Zimbabwe
Won

It is to be noted that all the 60+ totals in power plays came while chasing by the teams in the tournament.

Lowest Power Play Scores:
Score
Run Rate
Inns
Team
Opp
Result
13/4
2.17
2
Pakistan
West Indies
Lost
15/4
2.50
1
Netherlands
Sri Lanka
Lost
23/4
3.84
2
New Zealand
Sri Lanka
Lost
24/3
4.00
2
Afghanistan
Nepal
Lost
24/0
4.00
1
West Indies
India
Lost

Run Rates for each team in the Power plays vs overall:
Team
PP RR
Overall RR
Ireland
8.89
8.39
Netherlands
8.52
7.77
South Africa
7.77
8.43
England
7.5
8.35
Australia
7.37
8.08
Sri Lanka
7.13
7.89
India
7.11
7.48
Nepal
7.05
6.93
Zimbabwe
6.89
7.95
New Zealand
6.84
7.22
UAE
6.56
6.51
West Indies
6.34
7.75
Hong Kong
6.34
5.92
Bangladesh
6.28
6.87
Pakistan
5.54
7.61
Afghanistan
5.44
6.48
Overall
7.03
7.53

Over by Over Stats:

Below is the table showing the sum of runs and wickets in each over in the tournament of 35 matches.
Over
Runs
Wickets
1
428
19
2
444
19
3
525
7
4
506
24
5
515
23
6
538
17
7
436
14
8
495
18
9
431
17
10
481
19
11
507
25
12
513
15
13
503
18
14
442
25
15
518
18
16
472
26
17
537
24
18
501
22
19
467
26
20
425
49
Total
9684
425

Most Runs in an Over
30 – Bilawal Bhatti to Glenn Maxwell (4, 1, 4, 6, 6, 5nb, 4)
26 – Jade Dernbach to David Miller/AB de Villiers (4, 4, 1wd, 1, 2, 1wd, 6, 1nb, 6)
25 – Ajantha Mendis to Eoin Morgan/Alex Hales (1, 6, 2, 6, 6, 4)
25 – Andy McBrine to Peter Borren/Stephen Myburgh (6, 1lb, 6, 6, 6, 0)
25 – George Dockrell to Tom Cooper/Wesley Barresi (6, 6, 6, 6, 1, 0)

Maximum Number of Wickets in an over:
4 Wickets – 20th Over of Hong Kong vs Nepal (2 by bowler – Haseeb Amjad - and 2 run-outs)
4 Wickets – 20th Over of Bangladesh vs West Indies (3 by bowler – Al-Amin Hossain – and 1 run out)
There were 4 more overs in which 3 wickets fell.

Most number of runs in last 5 overs in an inning (16-20):
82/1 – West Indies vs Pakistan
75/2 – South Africa vs England
70/2 – South Africa vs New Zealand
70/1 – Ireland vs Netherlands
60/2 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

Least Number of Runs in last 5 overs in an inning (16-20):
(Only in the first inning and team having batted all the 5 overs)
27/3 – Netherlands vs England
31/4 – South Africa vs Netherlands
32/1 – UAE vs Ireland
34/4 – Pakistan vs India
35/2 – India vs Sri Lanka


Batting Statistics:

Virat Kohli dominated the batting tables - Most Runs, Most 50s


Most Runs:
Runs
Batsman
Inns
Avg
S/R
50s
Best
319
Virat Kohli (Ind)
6
106.33
129.14
4
77
231
Tom Cooper (Net)
7
57.75
137.5
1
72*
224
Stephen Myburgh (Net)
7
32
154.48
3
63
200
Rohit Sharma (Ind)
6
40
123.45
2
62*
187
JP Duminy (SA)
5
62.33
140.6
1
86*

Highest Individual Scores:

Runs
Batsman
Fours
Sixes
S/R
Opp
Venue
116* (64)
Alex Hales (Eng)
11
6
181.25
Sri Lanka
Chittagong
111* (62)
Ahmed Shehzad (Pak)
10
5
179.03
Bangladesh
Dhaka
94 (54)
Umar Akmal (Pak)
9
4
174.07
Australia
Dhaka
89 (51)
Mehala Jayawardene (SL)
11
3
174.50
England
Chittagong
86* (43)
JP Duminy (SA)
10
3
200.00
New Zealand
Chittagong

Most Fours
26 - Stephen Myburgh
24 – Virat Kohli
22 – Anamul Haque & Tom Cooper

Most Sixes
 13 - Stephen Myburgh
12 – Glenn Maxwell
10 – Virat Kohli & Tom Cooper

Bowling Statistics:

Imran Tahir took the Most Wickets and had the Best Strike Rate


Most Wickets:
Wickets
Bowler
Matches
Avg
Eco
S/R
BBI
12
Imran Tahir (SA)
5
10.91
6.55
10
4/21
12
Ahsan Malik (Net)
7
13.83
6.68
12.4
5/19
11
Samuel Badree (WI)
5
10.27
5.65
10.9
4/15
11
Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind)
6
11.27
5.35
12.6
4/11
10
Amit Mishra (Ind)
6
14.7
6.68
13.2
3/26
10
Al-Amin Hossain (Ban)
7
18.7
7.33
15.3
3/21

Best Bowling Figures:
Figures
Bowler
Eco
Opp
Venue
5/3
Rangana Herath (SL)
0.85
New Zealand
Chittagong
5/19
Ahsan Malik (Net)
4.75
South Africa
Chittagong
4/11
Ravichandran Ashwin (Ind)
3.30
Australi
Dhaka
4/15
Samuel Badree (WI)
3.75
Bangladesh
Dhaka
4/17
Dale Steyn (SA)
4.25
New Zealand
Chittagong

Best Economy Rates: (Min 10 overs bowled)
4.60 – Sunil Narine (WI)
4.60 – Rangana Herath (SL)
4.88 – Sachitra Senanayake (SL)
Best Strike Rates: (Min 10 overs bowled)
10.0 – Imran Tahir (SA)
10.5 – Nadeem Ahmed (HK)
10.9 – Samuel Badree (WI)

Best Averages: (Min 10 overs bowled)
8.83 – Rangana Herath (SL)
10.27 – Samuel Badree (WI)
10.91 – Imran Tahir (SA)

No Balls and Free Hits:

In total, 16 front-foot no balls were bowled in the tournament. Hence there were 16 free hits.
Runs
Batsman
Bowler
Match
6
Mohammad Shahzad
Aizaz Khan
Afg vs HK
6
Umar Akmal
Shane Watson
Pak vs Aus
6
Lendl Simmons
Ravindra Jadeja
WI vs Ind
6
Rohit Sharma
Sunil Narine
Ind vs WI
6
Shahid Afridi
Mashrafe Mortaza
Pak vs Ban
6
Glenn Maxwell
Shakib Al Hasan
Aus vs Ban
4
Mohammad Nabi
Al-Amin Hossain
Afg vs Ban
4
Alex Hales
Albie Morkel
SA vs Eng
4
Faf du Plessis
Amit Mishra
SA vs Ind
2
Ravichandran Ashwin
Shane Watson
Ind vs Pak
1
Subash Khakural
Dawlat Zadran
Nep vs Afg
1
Subash Khakural
Samiullah Shenwari
Nep vs Afg
1
Rohit Sharma
Al-Amin Hossain
Ind vs Ban
1
Michael Swart
Trent Boult
Net vs NZ
0
Mark Chapman
Dawlat Zadran
HK vs Afg
0
Marlon Samuels
Ziaur Rahman
WI vs Ban

Rohit Sharma (Ind) and Subash Khakurel (Nep) played 2 free hits.
Al-Amin Hossain (Ban), Shane Watson (Aus) and Samiullah Shenwari (Afg) delivered 3 free hit deliveries.