# What is the net execution rate and how is it calculated?

South Africa won 4 of 5 matches in Group 1 of the T20 World Cup. Despite this, he could not reach the semifinals. While winning the same number of matches, Australia secured a spot in the semi-finals. This happened due to the best net execution rate in Australia.

Cricket fans often don’t understand the math of net run rate. Some people calculate it but it is not exact. In such a situation, today we explain to you the complete mathematics of how the net running rate is calculated in cricket.

To calculate the net execution rate of a team, it is important to know 4 things:
1. How many overs did the team play?
2. Total runs scored by the team
3. Total number of overs thrown by the team
4. How many runs scored against the team

When you have the count of these four then you put it into a formula. This is the formula …

Total runs scored by the team / Total overs played by the team – How many runs scored against the team / Total overs thrown by the team

That is, the team’s total career is divided first by the number of overs it has played. Similarly, the number of runs scored against that team is divided by the overs thrown by the team. After this, the second total is subtracted from the total that came before. What is left now is called your team’s net run rate.

1. How many wickets the team has taken or how many have been lost, does not matter in the net race rate.
2. If a team is out before 20 overs, then the formula includes the calculation of all overs for the team.
3. If a team has achieved the goal in 15.3 overs, then it is written as 15.5 with 0.3 as half.

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