Run Rate Conversion for "The Hundred"

Introduction

Scoring in "The Hundred" is slightly different to T20, ODI or test-match cricket, as it uses 'sets' of five balls, rather than six-ball overs. This calculator automatically converts between three of the commonest scoring stats, so you can easily work out things like what strike rate a batsman needs, to achieve a particular run rate. For other formats, use the statistics calculator for six-ball cricket.

Instructions

  1. Enter whatever statistic you have, in one relevant text box below.
  2. Click the 'Calculate' button.
  3. The other rates will be worked out and displayed below.
Settings:

e.g. 123.4

e.g. six

e.g. 0.7

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