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A random effect model for the evolution of International Cricket Test matches evidenced from 1870 to 2016

digital A random effect model for the evolution of International Cricket
Test matches evidenced from 1870 to 2016
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journal STATISTICA & APPLICAZIONI
issue STATISTICA & APPLICAZIONI - 2016 - 2
title A random effect model for the evolution of International Cricket Test matches evidenced from 1870 to 2016
authors
publisher Vita e Pensiero
format Article | Pdf
online since 10-2017
issn 18246672 (print)
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This article has proposed a random effects model to understand the trend of International Test Cricket results. The data is extracted for all the test matches played between 1870 and 2016 for countries that play test matches for at least four decades. The random effects model is applied for to study the countrywise and decadewise performance of a country at home and away matches. Analysis shows a very clear bias in the outcome towards home country winning across decades as well as for individual countries. The trend is discussed with implications of the evolution of the game itself so as to retain the tradition of cricket and to enhance the overall performance of a player.

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