Predicting the Match Outcome in One Day International Cricket Matches, while the Game is in Progress.

@article{Bailey2006PredictingTM,
  title={Predicting the Match Outcome in One Day International Cricket Matches, while the Game is in Progress.},
  author={Michael Bailey and Stephen R. Clarke},
  journal={Journal of sports science & medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={480-7}
}
Millions of dollars are wagered on the outcome of one day international (ODI) cricket matches, with a large percentage of bets occurring after the game has commenced. Using match information gathered from all 2200 ODI matches played prior to January 2005, a range of variables that could independently explain statistically significant proportions of variation associated with the predicted run totals and match outcomes were created. Such variables include home ground advantage, past performances… CONTINUE READING
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