Net Run Rate has been playing vital role in deciding the team advancing to next stage in competitions like World cup, T20 World cup, Indian premier league and so on. They are used in T20 and 50-over ODI cricket in the manner similar to goal difference in football(soccer). In simple words its the difference of run rate of a team and the run rate of the opposing team. If a team gets all out before batting for prescribed overs (20 overs in T20 or 50 over in ODI), then the run rate is calculated by dividing the runs scored by whole prescribed overs.

How is net run rate in cricket calculated ? Calculation of Net run rate step by step:

1) First of all get the total runs scored by the team. Wickets are never counted.

2) Get the total overs batted by the team. If teams bat all overs then all 50 or 20 overs are taken. If they are all out then still all 50 or 20 over is taken. In case team batting second, only the overs it batted is taken.

3) Divide the total runs scored by the overs.

4) Net Run Rate for a team is the difference of its total run rate and another teams total run rate in the match. In case of loss, its negative, 0 when a draw and positive when won.

5) In a series, net run rate is the average of rates of the team. Its equal to sum of run rates in each match divided by total matches.

In recent T20 World cup it has been a vital factor. In IPL 2009, Deccan Chargers qualified for the semis though they had same points as Punjab due to better net run rate.

How is net run rate in cricket calculated ? Calculation of Net run rate step by step:

1) First of all get the total runs scored by the team. Wickets are never counted.

2) Get the total overs batted by the team. If teams bat all overs then all 50 or 20 overs are taken. If they are all out then still all 50 or 20 over is taken. In case team batting second, only the overs it batted is taken.

3) Divide the total runs scored by the overs.

4) Net Run Rate for a team is the difference of its total run rate and another teams total run rate in the match. In case of loss, its negative, 0 when a draw and positive when won.

5) In a series, net run rate is the average of rates of the team. Its equal to sum of run rates in each match divided by total matches.

In recent T20 World cup it has been a vital factor. In IPL 2009, Deccan Chargers qualified for the semis though they had same points as Punjab due to better net run rate.

IF ONE TEAM SCORES 120 FOR 6 AFTER 20 OVERS AND THE SECOND TEAM 120 ALL OUT AFTER 10 OVERS HOW WOULD THEY HAVE THE SAME RUN RATE

ReplyDeleteYeah both have same run rates.

ReplyDeleteThe run rate of first team = 120/ 20 overs = 6

And for next team as its all out, the over is counted as 20 (Read step 2 above). So, 120/20=6. Hope you understand,

so net rune rate is 0 as written above...

DeleteIf one scores 170 for 5 in 20overs and second team scores 121 for 7 in 20 overs what is the net runrate

ReplyDelete8.500-6.05

Deleteso first team's NRR:+2.450

and second teams's NRR:-2.450

'+' sign for the winning team

'-' sign for the losing team

Difference between total run rate between two teams in a match is the net run rate of the team along with its sign as mentioned above. Hope this helped!

So simple,

ReplyDeleteRun rate for first team = 170/20= 8.5

Run Rate for second team = 121/20 = 6.05

Net Run rate for first team = 8.5-6.05 = +2.45

Net Run rate for second team = -2.45

If one scores 170 for 5 in 20 overs and second team scores 121 for 7 in 19.1 overs what is the net runrate

ReplyDeleteYour question is not clear. Actually, Net run rate is calculated at the end of match so after 19.1 ... cannot understand. Anyway I have shown this way.

ReplyDeleteFirst team run rate = 175/20 = 8.75

Second team run rate = 121/19= 6.33

So Net run rate for 1st = 8.75-6.33= +2.41

Net run rate of second = -2.41

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ReplyDeletebut in ipl the net rr is shown like +0.547 or -0.238, how is every match net rr is added?

ReplyDeleteIn not added in each match. The net run rate is average of run rates in each matches.

ReplyDeleteIf Team A were 120 all out in 13 overs and Team B wins by scoring it in 10 overs what would be the net rr

ReplyDeleteTeam A

DeleteRun Rate: 120/20=6.00

Team B

Run Rate:120/10=12.00

NRR for A:6.00-12.00=-6.00

NRR for B:12.00-6.00=+6.00

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ReplyDeletein the run rate calculation wicket is factor or not?

ReplyDeleteif the team in not all out, then its not a factor

Deleteif the team is all out, then its a huge factor

how will kkr qualify to the semis if they beat mumbai indians..?

ReplyDeletehow long does it take u to reply...?

ReplyDeleteIf Team A were 120 all out in 13 overs and Team B wins by scoring it in 10 overs what would be the net rr

ReplyDeletei don't know why net run rate of any team is not equal, take an example of mumbai v banglore's decreased by 0.144and mumbais increased 0.135

ReplyDeletei want full information they won match by 57 run

i don't know why net run rate of any team is not equal, take an example of mumbai v banglore's decreased by 0.144and mumbais increased 0.135

ReplyDeletei want full information they won match by 57 run

if first team has net run rate -0.325 and other team has net run rate -1.05 then how many runs other team needed to compete first team

ReplyDeletein case the match is abondoned!!! will there be any effect on net run rate!!!

ReplyDeleteteam A scores 102 runs in 10 overs & team b scores 105 runs in 9.3 overs then in next match teamA scores 186 in 10 overs & TEAM C scores 102 in 10 overs. how to calculate nrr of team A?

ReplyDeleteWhat is the run rate when a team score 97 in 12.2 overs. They lost 6 wickets but had won the match.

ReplyDeleteIf team A scores 120 runs after 20 overs and team B wons the match by scoring 121 runs in 10 overs by loosing no wicket . Then what will be the net run rate of team B

ReplyDeleteThe Net run rate of Team B would be 121/10 - 120/20 = 6.1. Wickets don't matter and it would be 6.1 even though they lost some wickets

ReplyDeleteIf there are two teams fighting for one spot,

ReplyDeleteFor eg: Team A- they have 4 points n NNR is +2.05

And, Team B - have 2 points n NNR is -1.90 and the last match is between Team A vs Team B,but for some reason Team A doesn't play the match n Team B gets Walkover, so in that case is there will be any effect in d NNR for Team A?

in league game one team scored 100/2 after 8 overs. because of dispute in umpiring decision other team (fielding team ) decided to walk over. in this case how to calculate run rate for this particular match.

ReplyDeletewhat would be the run rate when team A scores 148 in 45 overs and team B scores 152 in 32.2 overs?

ReplyDeletewhat would be the net run rate if team A scores 244 in 45 overs and team B scores 248 in 43.3 overs?

ReplyDeleteKKR vs DC on 3rd May, 2011.. KKR won by 20 runs... Still, there was a difference of 0.05 rather than 1.00.. How is it possible???

ReplyDeleteTEAM A BAT FIRST SCORE 107/ALLOUT 19.3 OVR

ReplyDeleteTEAM B 95/ALLOUT 19.4 OVR

WHAT IS THE NET RUNRATE FOR BOTH TEAMS

If the net run rate of a team (in a t20 series) at the end of its 5 matches, is +0.44 , and in its next match(6th game), it wins a game, can the run rate, by any possible way, become lesser than +0.44 ?

ReplyDeleteone team scores 121/10 in 20 overs run rate 06.05 and second team 122/03 chases the in 13.04 overs run rate 09.55 so i have to confirm that this is the right calculation the net run rate will be team one -03.50 and team second +03.50 please confirm me

ReplyDeleteplease confirm me as soon as possible

ReplyDeleteYes, that is right. You have made the right calculations.

ReplyDeleteIf any team is punished 2 runs.then when they undergo to the NRR calculation,what will be the punished runs ??? I mean are these runs added/minused?

ReplyDeleteif a team batting first scores 202 for 6 wickets in 25 overs and the team batting second score 203 for 3 wickets in 25 over.second team won the match what will be the NRR for both the teams

ReplyDeleteIf Team A scored 310/6 in 50 overs and Team B scored 311/8

ReplyDeletein 45.2 overs then what will be the NRR of team B?

IF THERE ARE THREE TEAMS FIGHTING FOR TWO SPOTS

ReplyDeleteTEAM A HAS QUALIFIED

TEAM B WITH 15 POINTS AND -.59 RR

TEAM C WITH 15 POINTS AND +.17 RR

TEAM A PLAYS TEAMS C

HOW MUCH SHOULD TEAM C LOSE BY FOR TEAM B TO QUALIFY ???

50 OVER GAME

the net run rate of india is more than bangladesh ,,but how come they qualify for the final

ReplyDeleteif one team score 146 all out in 15.2 ball match in playing 20 overs wath is run rate

ReplyDeleteWhat happens in case one team is awarded the match without playing at all-- for some technical reason such as coming late??

ReplyDelete1 match A team 205 in 20 overs, B Team 68 all out in 16.3 overs,next match B team all out 100/20overs & c Team all out 90in 20 overs so how to calculate net run rate

ReplyDeleteIf team A get 7/150 in 20 overs and Team B get 9/110 in 8 overs what is the NRR?

ReplyDeleteTeam A = 150/20 = 7.5

Team B = 110/8 = 13.75

How would you determine the NRR for the winning and losing team?