ID
1187720
Match type
T20
Dates
Feb 10
Teams
New Zealand, South Africa
Gender
female
Sources
CricketArchive, ESPNcricinfo, ICC
Status
Mismatch
Number of errors
7
Comparison data
JSON

Discrepancies

Innings 1

Total

This innings has an unacceptable difference noted in the runs shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the runs as 171, while ICC lists it as 170.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Wickets
CricketArchive 171 2
ESPNcricinfo 171 2
ICC 170 2

Batters

Batting position 1

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the strike rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and ICC list the strike rate as 161.53, while CricketArchive lists it as 161.54. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the strike rate field as 0.01 so this is regarded as a "leeway match", and thus acceptable.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Balls Minutes Fours Sixes Strike rate Method of dismissal
CricketArchive 105 65 73 12 3 161.54 run out
ESPNcricinfo 105 65 73 12 3 161.53 run out
ICC 105 65   12 3 161.53 run out
Batting position 3

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the runs shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the runs as 47, while ICC lists it as 46.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the strike rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the strike rate as 102.17, while ICC lists it as 100.0. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the strike rate field as 0.01 but this is outside that and is thus unacceptable.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Balls Minutes Fours Sixes Strike rate
CricketArchive 47 46 61 3 0 102.17
ESPNcricinfo 47 46 61 3 0 102.17
ICC 46 46   3 0 100.0

Bowlers

Bowler position 7

This bowler has an unacceptable difference noted in the economy rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the economy rate as 8.33, while ICC lists it as 8.0. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the economy rate field as 0.01 but this is outside that and is thus unacceptable.

This bowler has an unacceptable difference noted in the runs shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the runs as 25, while ICC lists it as 24.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Wides Noballs Economy rate Dot balls Fours Sixes
CricketArchive 3.0 0 25 0 1 0 8.33      
ESPNcricinfo 3.0 0 25 0 1 0 8.33 3 2 0
ICC 3.0 0 24 0     8.0      

Fall of wickets

Fall of wicket 2

This fall of wicket has an unacceptable difference noted in the runs shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the runs as 169, while ICC lists it as 168.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Wicket Runs Ball
CricketArchive 2 169 19.5
ESPNcricinfo 2 169 19.5
ICC 2 168 19.5

Innings 2

Number of players who did not bat

This innings has an unacceptable difference noted in the did not bat shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the did not bat as 0, while ICC lists it as 1.

Total

This innings has an unacceptable difference noted in the wickets shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and CricketArchive list the wickets as 10, while ICC lists it as 9.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Wickets
CricketArchive 102 10
ESPNcricinfo 102 10
ICC 102 9

Batters

Batting position 1

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the strike rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and ICC list the strike rate as 113.63, while CricketArchive lists it as 113.64. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the strike rate field as 0.01 so this is regarded as a "leeway match", and thus acceptable.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Balls Minutes Fours Sixes Strike rate Method of dismissal
CricketArchive 25 22 23 4 0 113.64 caught
ESPNcricinfo 25 22 23 4 0 113.63 caught
ICC 25 22   4 0 113.63 caught
Batting position 3

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the strike rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and ICC list the strike rate as 114.28, while CricketArchive lists it as 114.29. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the strike rate field as 0.01 so this is regarded as a "leeway match", and thus acceptable.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Balls Minutes Fours Sixes Strike rate Method of dismissal
CricketArchive 16 14 20 2 0 114.29 caught
ESPNcricinfo 16 14 20 2 0 114.28 caught
ICC 16 14   2 0 114.28 caught
Batting position 5

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the strike rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and ICC list the strike rate as 116.66, while CricketArchive lists it as 116.67. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the strike rate field as 0.01 so this is regarded as a "leeway match", and thus acceptable.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Runs Balls Minutes Fours Sixes Strike rate Method of dismissal
CricketArchive 14 12 19 1 0 116.67 caught
ESPNcricinfo 14 12 19 1 0 116.66 caught
ICC 14 12   1 0 116.66 caught

Bowlers

Bowler position 1

This bowler has an acceptable difference noted in the economy rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and ICC list the economy rate as 5.66, while CricketArchive lists it as 5.67. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the economy rate field as 0.01 so this is regarded as a "leeway match", and thus acceptable.

This bowler has an unacceptable difference noted in the wides shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the wides as 1, while CricketArchive lists it as 2.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Wides Noballs Economy rate Dot balls Fours Sixes
CricketArchive 3.0 0 17 2 2 0 5.67      
ESPNcricinfo 3.0 0 17 2 1 0 5.66 7 1 0
ICC 3.0 0 17 2     5.66      
Bowler position 6

This bowler has an acceptable difference noted in the economy rate shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo, and ICC list the economy rate as 6.66, while CricketArchive lists it as 6.67. We have defined an acceptable leeway for the economy rate field as 0.01 so this is regarded as a "leeway match", and thus acceptable.

The full details for the compared entry on the various sources are:

Source Overs Maidens Runs Wickets Wides Noballs Economy rate Dot balls Fours Sixes
CricketArchive 3.0 0 20 1 0 0 6.67      
ESPNcricinfo 3.0 0 20 1 0 0 6.66 5 2 0
ICC 3.0 0 20 1     6.66