Batting average refers to how many runs a batsman scores on average for every innings that they play. For example, if a batsman scores 50 runs in one innings, 2 runs in the next, and 42 in the next, they would have an average of 31.33 for those 3 innings.
Run Rate in Cricket is the AVERAGE number of runs scored by a batting team per over (every 6 balls). Run Rate is only an average and DOES NOT mean that a team scores exactly the same number of runs every over. In other words, Run Rate can be simply defined as the rate at which the runs are scored by a batting team.
Strike rate of a batsman in Cricket simply means, what he is scoring per 100 balls. Say, a batsman has scored-5 runs in 5 balls. That simply means scoring 1 run per ball. In plain mathematics. 5 balls 5 runs. 1 ball 5/5=1 run. 100 balls 1×100= 100 runs (which is the strike rate)
Averages and Rankings. Traditionally cricketers have been rated by their averages. For batsmen this is the average number of runs per completed innings (completed meaning that you were out, so this is total runs divided by total times out). For bowlers it is the average number of runs conceded per wicket taken.
But what does slow over rate mean? What is the over rate in cricket? Over rate is the average number of overs bowled by the fielding side in an hour of play. According to ICC’s rules, teams are expected to maintain an average of 15 overs per hour in Test Cricket, 14.28 in ODIs and 14.11 in T20s.
In cricket, the run rate (RR), or runs per over (RPO), is the average number of runs a batting side scores per over. It includes all runs made by the batting side in the innings to that point of the game, both the runs scored by the batsmen and extras conceded by the bowling team.
a method of determining the result in a limited overs match that has been tied. Five players from each team bowl at a single stump, and the team with the most hits wins. If the number of hits is equal after both team's turns, further sudden death turns are taken.
Strike rate refers to two different statistics in the sport of cricket. Batting strike rate is a measure of how quickly a batsman achieves the primary goal of batting, namely scoring runs. Bowling strike rate is a measure of how quickly a bowler achieves the primary goal of bowling, namely taking wickets. Both strike rates are relatively new statistics, having only been invented and considered of importance after the introduction of One Day International cricket in the 1970s.