How to read Player Analysis Graph

How to read Cricket Player Analysis Graph

In this post, we will show you how to read the player analysis graph, so that you will know which players to select to win big in your dream11 or any fantasy cricket contests. Players are broadly into three categories:

  1. Bowler
  2. Batsman
  3. All-rounder

We will show you how to read the graph for each player! Let’s start with the bowler graph!

Bowler Graph

You can see below is a bowler graph of Mohammed Shami. Now, how to read it? It’s quite simple.

  • Left side is the number of wickets he has taken
  • Bottom line is the matches, the right end is the latest match. In the graph shown below, on number 6, the graph is the highest, which means, the bowler took 3 wickets in the last match. And the bowler picked 1 wicked in the match before that. It is as simple as that!
  • The graph shows only the recent 6 matches data.

 

 

Batsman Graph

You can see below is a batsman graph of KL Rahul. Now, how to read it? It’s quite simple.

  • Left side is the runs scored by the batsman.
  • Bottom line is the matches, the right end is the latest match. In the graph shown below, on number 6, the graph is the highest, which means, the batsman scored 100 runs in the last match. And the batsman scored around 70 runs in the match before that. It is as simple as that!
  • The graph shows only the recent 6 matches data.

Allrounder Graph

  • Allrounder graph will be given as the graph below
  • We have taken an example of Sam Curran
  • To understand the allrounder graph, you only need to understand the Bowler and Batsman graph.

 

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