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  • Dls method use in T20 cricket..and solve my question

    Want to know how to use the dls method to calculate runs needed to win in T20? Want to know the correct solution to this problem? Here, on this page scroll this page and get answers to all your questions here.

    If in T20 one team played 20 over and made 166 run for the wicket: then in second innings rain falls without any ball.
    So how many runs are required for the 2nd team in 6 over for winning.
    Applying DLS method.
    So please solve my problem and answer my question.
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  • The Duckworth–Lewis–Stern method (DLS) is a mathematical design. It is created to calculate the target score for the team batting second in ODIs and T20 matches. If there is any interrupt[option of the game due to rain or any other reason based on the overs available and wickets lost by the 2nd team, the target will be decided. It is accepted as a better method by ICC.
    It is generally accepted to be the most accurate method of setting a target score.
    It is not fair to calculate the target of the 2nd team on pro-rata of overs left as they can bat based on the conditions aggressively as they will have all the wickets in hand. So the number of wickets lost also will be considered.
    The main consideration is that a team will have two resources available with which to score runs, They are overs and wickets remaining. So the target is adjusted proportionally considering both the resources.
    There is a software called DLS calculator and using this software the ICC umpires will calculate the target. When the team is having full 20 overs and 10 wickets the resource will be taken as 100.
    The formula used is
    The runs to be scored by the 2nd batting team = Runs scored by the first team X resources available for team B/100.
    Resources for the Team will be calculated based on overs remaining and the wickets they have lost in making the runs required. So the target will change based on the wickets they have lost in the overs remaining. Another important point in this in a T20 match the 2nd team should have time to play at least 5 overs. Then only DLS is applicable. Otherwise the match will be considered as no match,

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