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PARs - Pandya vs Stokes vs Russell vs Stoinis - Performance tab for WC 2019

Who will perform the best in the WC?  

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  1. 1. Who will perform the best in the WC?

    • Hardik Pandya
    • Ben Stokes
    • Andre Russell
    • Marcus Stoinis
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  • Poll closed on 07/20/2019 at 10:59 PM

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Inspired by @Gollum 's and@SK_IH's thread

 

Currently the leading Pace-bowling All-rounders (PARs) who are aggressive in their batting approach and seems top teams want to have in the team to provide the an added flexibility in the field. 

 

keep updated stats of their bowling and batting performances

 

Also will include other PARs if they perform too, e.g. Holder, Grandhomme, Morris, Thisara, Phelukwayo

 

As of 17 June - half through WC 2019

  Player Mat Runs HS Bat Av SR 100 Wkts Bowl Av 5 Ave Diff
1 BA Stokes (ENG) 4 118 89 39.33 107.27 0 5 20.6 0 18.73
2 NM Coulter-Nile (AUS) 4 98 92 32.66 136.11 0 2 111 0 -78.33
3 JO Holder (WI) 5 93 51 31 113.41 0 4 40.75 0 -9.74
4 CR Woakes (ENG) 4 92 40 30.66 102.22 0 4 44.5 0 -13.83
5 HH Pandya (INDIA) 3 89 48 44.5 167.92 0 2 71.5 0 -26.99
6 AL Phehlukwayo (SA) 5 83 34 27.66 71.55 0 6 25.66 0 2
7 Wahab Riaz (PAK) 4 67 45 22.33 128.84 0 5 47.4 0 -25.06
8 Gulbadin Naib (AFG) 4 63 31 15.75 78.75 0 2 77 0 -61.24
9 K Rabada (SA) 5 55 31* 55 87.3 0 5 39.6 0 15.4
10 CH Morris (SA) 4 52 42 26 118.18 0 6 20.33 0 5.66
  AD Russell (WI) 4 36 21 12 124.13 0 5 20.2 0 -8.1
  MP Stoinis (AUS) 3 19 19 9.5 76 0 4 29.25 0 -19.74
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31 minutes ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

what about jason holder

He is under others,

I just selected the famous four, not necessarily best four, 

as good as Holder he does seem to get the limelight he deserves 

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3 minutes ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

Russell has been brainless with bat twice now when his team needed him

He is playing as if he is not even playing for the team.

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In order, according to WC 2019 performances only.

 

Ben Stokes

Chris Woakes

Jimmy Neesham

Hardik Pandya

Jason Holder

Andre Russell

Andile Pehlukwayo

Chris Morris

Thisarra Pererra

Grandhomme

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by Straight Drive

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On 6/14/2019 at 8:56 AM, Ankit_sharma03 said:

Russell has been brainless with bat twice now when his team needed him

maybe that's why he's a T20 league player not a proper int'l cricketer.

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nearly half-way through the WC (17 June):

 

  Player Mat Runs HS Bat Av SR 100 Wkts Bowl Av 5 Ave Diff
1 BA Stokes (ENG) 4 118 89 39.33 107.27 0 5 20.6 0 18.73
2 NM Coulter-Nile (AUS) 4 98 92 32.66 136.11 0 2 111 0 -78.33
3 JO Holder (WI) 5 93 51 31 113.41 0 4 40.75 0 -9.74
4 CR Woakes (ENG) 4 92 40 30.66 102.22 0 4 44.5 0 -13.83
5 HH Pandya (INDIA) 3 89 48 44.5 167.92 0 2 71.5 0 -26.99
6 AL Phehlukwayo (SA) 5 83 34 27.66 71.55 0 6 25.66 0 2
7 Wahab Riaz (PAK) 4 67 45 22.33 128.84 0 5 47.4 0 -25.06
8 Gulbadin Naib (AFG) 4 63 31 15.75 78.75 0 2 77 0 -61.24
9 K Rabada (SA) 5 55 31* 55 87.3 0 5 39.6 0 15.4
10 CH Morris (SA) 4 52 42 26 118.18 0 6 20.33 0 5.66
  AD Russell (WI) 4 36 21 12 124.13 0 5 20.2 0 -8.1
  MP Stoinis (AUS) 3 19 19 9.5 76 0 4 29.25 0 -19.74

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no real stand out AR, Stokes leading the way

Pandu needs to control his bowling average, either take more wickets or be more economical

Russel has been a major flop, playing some of the most reckless cricket

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On 5/30/2019 at 3:47 PM, chewy said:

 

As of 17 June - half through WC 2019

  Player Mat Runs HS Bat Av SR 100 Wkts Bowl Av 5 Ave Diff
1 BA Stokes (ENG) 4 118 89 39.33 107.27 0 5 20.6 0 18.73
2 NM Coulter-Nile (AUS) 4 98 92 32.66 136.11 0 2 111 0 -78.33
3 JO Holder (WI) 5 93 51 31 113.41 0 4 40.75 0 -9.74
4 CR Woakes (ENG) 4 92 40 30.66 102.22 0 4 44.5 0 -13.83
5 HH Pandya (INDIA) 3 89 48 44.5 167.92 0 2 71.5 0 -26.99
6 AL Phehlukwayo (SA) 5 83 34 27.66 71.55 0 6 25.66 0 2
7 Wahab Riaz (PAK) 4 67 45 22.33 128.84 0 5 47.4 0 -25.06
8 Gulbadin Naib (AFG) 4 63 31 15.75 78.75 0 2 77 0 -61.24
9 K Rabada (SA) 5 55 31* 55 87.3 0 5 39.6 0 15.4
10 CH Morris (SA) 4 52 42 26 118.18 0 6 20.33 0 5.66
  AD Russell (WI) 4 36 21 12 124.13 0 5 20.2 0 -8.1
  MP Stoinis (AUS) 3 19 19 9.5 76 0 4 29.25 0 -19.74

Stokes and NCL played well in one inning. Holder has been good with the bat but isn’t bowling well for a leading bowler in his side. Russell (iirc) has been good with the ball.

 

Woakes (iirc) and Pandya are doing relatively better in terms of consistent impact

 

So far, Pandya has been very impactful for Ind. Has played good knocks in all 3 innings (SR 168!). Against Aus, changed the momentum. His bowling is a plus where he has made an impact too with 2 wkts in 2 balls vs. Pak

Edited by zen

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34 minutes ago, vvvslaxman said:

Pandya has to give up this "variation" crap that he attempts every ball. He bowled grand total of one good ball against Pakistan.

He is a half-decent bowler when he bowls good length now.  Has a decent cutter and knuckleball too.  But probably going short and tight to greenbro batsman was the team plan.  Dismissals of Malik and Hafeez prove it out.  Malik was bit late on the ball, he's never comfortable on rising deliveries.  Hafeez came out with a mind to counterattack, and couldn't resist the mis-executed yorker.  

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13 minutes ago, zen said:

Stokes and NCL played well in one inning. Holder has been good with the bat but isn’t bowling well for a leading bowler in his side. Russell (iirc) has been good with the ball.

 

Woakes (iirc) and Pandya are doing relatively better in terms of consistent impact

 

So far, Pandya has been very impactful for Ind. Has played good knocks in all 3 innings (SR 168!). Against Aus, changed the momentum. His bowling is a plus where he has made an impact too with 2 wkts in 2 balls vs. Pak

You are out-maniac-ing baba with this stuff you know that right?

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On 5/30/2019 at 1:17 AM, chewy said:

Inspired by @Gollum 's and@SK_IH's thread

 

Currently the leading Pace-bowling All-rounders (PARs) who are aggressive in their batting approach and seems top teams want to have in the team to provide the an added flexibility in the field. 

 

keep updated stats of their bowling and batting performances

 

Also will include other PARs if they perform too, e.g. Holder, Grandhomme, Morris, Thisara, Phelukwayo

 

As of 17 June - half through WC 2019

  Player Mat Runs HS Bat Av SR 100 Wkts Bowl Av 5 Ave Diff
1 BA Stokes (ENG) 4 118 89 39.33 107.27 0 5 20.6 0 18.73
2 NM Coulter-Nile (AUS) 4 98 92 32.66 136.11 0 2 111 0 -78.33
3 JO Holder (WI) 5 93 51 31 113.41 0 4 40.75 0 -9.74
4 CR Woakes (ENG) 4 92 40 30.66 102.22 0 4 44.5 0 -13.83
5 HH Pandya (INDIA) 3 89 48 44.5 167.92 0 2 71.5 0 -26.99
6 AL Phehlukwayo (SA) 5 83 34 27.66 71.55 0 6 25.66 0 2
7 Wahab Riaz (PAK) 4 67 45 22.33 128.84 0 5 47.4 0 -25.06
8 Gulbadin Naib (AFG) 4 63 31 15.75 78.75 0 2 77 0 -61.24
9 K Rabada (SA) 5 55 31* 55 87.3 0 5 39.6 0 15.4
10 CH Morris (SA) 4 52 42 26 118.18 0 6 20.33 0 5.66
  AD Russell (WI) 4 36 21 12 124.13 0 5 20.2 0 -8.1
  MP Stoinis (AUS) 3 19 19 9.5 76 0 4 29.25 0 -19.74

Fair rankings these. NCN is injured so he might fall in the ranks.

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7 minutes ago, Straight Drive said:

Fair rankings these. NCN is injured so he might fall in the ranks.

it appears to be a simple list based on number of runs scored .... so player x with 100 runs in 4 matches is listed above player y with 99 runs 3 matches 

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