The Duckworth Lewis Method is a calculation technique usually used in cricket for getting the Idea of targeted scores. According to this rule, if after batting by one team in a limited over the match, the number of the other team comes and if the other team plays almost half the match and is not able to play the incomplete match due to some obstacle, then a mathematical.
A target score can be reduced according to the equation, similarly scored runs can also be fixed by this calculation, which is considered as the final score. And on the basis of that score, victory or defeat in the match is decided.
And using the same method, Hobart Hurricane won today’s match by 44 runs.
In today’s match, Hobart Hurricane won the toss and chose to bat and in today’s match, Matthew Wade, who is also the captain of the Hobart Hurricane cricket team, scored a brilliant score of 94 runs in 46 balls for Hobart Hurricane.
He hit 9 fours and 5 sixes and scored runs at a strike rate of 200 runs.
After this, D’Arcy Short played brilliant innings of 73 runs in 51 balls and for this, he hit 7 fours and three big sixes. After this, Caleb Jewell scored a brilliant score of 42 runs in 30 balls. For this, he hit 6 fours and a six.
Thus Hobart Hurricanes scored a brilliant total of 213 runs in which they lost 2 wickets. Tom Curran took one wicket for 46 runs for Sydney Sixers and Chris Jordan took one wicket for 51 runs.
And when he started playing in the Sydney Sixers, the most brilliant innings from his side were played by Josh Phillippe. And he played a brilliant inning of 46 runs, he hit 3 sixes and 6 fours and scored brilliant runs at a strike rate of 156 runs and after that James Vince scored 26 runs in 22 balls and Moises Henriques scored 26 runs in 25 balls.
After this, Dan Christian scored 12 runs in 9 balls and Daniel Hughes scored 2 runs in 3 balls. And Tom Karan scored 6 runs in 3 balls and his final score reached 151.
And he achieved the target of 154 runs in 18 overs for the loss of 4 wickets. But due to bad weather, the match was not played further and the target of 213 runs was reduced to 196 by the Duckworth-Lewis method and the match was kept in 18 overs instead of 20.
Sydney Sixers needed 44 more runs to get 196, and thus Sydney Sixers lost by 44 runs and this calculation is also known as the DLS method. And with the DLS method, Hobart Hurricane won by 44 runs.