- ID
- 1195620
- Match type
- T20
- Dates
- Jan 22
- Teams
- Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Stars
- Gender
- male
- Sources
- Big Bash, CricketArchive, ESPNcricinfo
- Status
- Mismatch
- Number of errors
- 2
- Comparison data
- JSON

## Discrepancies

### Innings 1

#### Batters

##### Batting position 1

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *balls* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the balls as 14, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 27.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *fours* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the fours as 4, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 1.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *method of dismissal* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the method of dismissal as bowled, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as caught and bowled.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *runs* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the runs as 22, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 15.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *strike rate* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the strike rate as 157.14, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 55.56. 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 | Fours | Sixes | Strike rate | Method of dismissal | Dot balls |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Big Bash | 15 | 27 | 1 | 0 | 55.56 | caught and bowled | |

CricketArchive | 15 | 27 | 1 | 0 | 55.56 | caught and bowled | 16 |

ESPNcricinfo | 22 | 14 | 4 | 0 | 157.14 | bowled |

##### Batting position 2

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *balls* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the balls as 27, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 14.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *fours* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the fours as 1, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 4.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *method of dismissal* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the method of dismissal as caught and bowled, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as bowled.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *runs* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the runs as 15, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 22.

This batter has an unacceptable difference noted in the *strike rate* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the strike rate as 55.55, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 157.14. 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 | Fours | Sixes | Strike rate | Method of dismissal | Dot balls |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Big Bash | 22 | 14 | 4 | 0 | 157.14 | bowled | |

CricketArchive | 22 | 14 | 4 | 0 | 157.14 | bowled | 4 |

ESPNcricinfo | 15 | 27 | 1 | 0 | 55.55 | caught and bowled |

##### Batting position 3

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the *strike rate* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the strike rate as 71.42, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 71.43. 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 | Fours | Sixes | Strike rate | Method of dismissal | Dot balls |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Big Bash | 5 | 7 | 0 | 0 | 71.43 | bowled | |

CricketArchive | 5 | 7 | 0 | 0 | 71.43 | bowled | 3 |

ESPNcricinfo | 5 | 7 | 0 | 0 | 71.42 | bowled |

##### Batting position 5

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the *strike rate* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the strike rate as 152.77, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 152.78. 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 | Fours | Sixes | Strike rate | Dot balls |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Big Bash | 55 | 36 | 4 | 2 | 152.78 | |

CricketArchive | 55 | 36 | 4 | 2 | 152.78 | 7 |

ESPNcricinfo | 55 | 36 | 4 | 2 | 152.77 |

### Innings 2

#### Batters

##### Batting position 5

This batter has an acceptable difference noted in the *strike rate* shown on each scorecard. ESPNcricinfo lists the strike rate as 166.66, while Big Bash, and CricketArchive list it as 166.67. 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 | Fours | Sixes | Strike rate | Dot balls |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Big Bash | 65 | 39 | 6 | 2 | 166.67 | |

CricketArchive | 65 | 39 | 6 | 2 | 166.67 | 7 |

ESPNcricinfo | 65 | 39 | 6 | 2 | 166.66 |