Top 10 Highest Runs Scorers ODI’s

Playing Against Bangladesh in ODI’s Series 2013 SriLanka’s Premier Batsmen Kumar Sangakkara has Complete  11,000 ODI runs to in His spectacular Career. He joins Sachin, Ponting, Sanath, Inzy, Kallis and Ganguly in the 11,000 Club. You may also like to know Leading Runs Scorers in T20.

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Top 10 Highest Runs Scorers ODI's.

Highest Runs Scorers ODI’s

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Batting Average in Cricket

In cricket, a player’s batting average is the total number of runs he has scored divided by the number of times he has been out. Since the number of runs a player scores and how often he gets out are primarily measures of his own playing ability, and largely independent of his team mates, batting average is a good metric for an individual player’s skill as a batsman. The number is also simple to interpret intuitively. If all the batsman’s innings were completed (i.e. he was out every innings), this is the average number of runs he scores per innings. If he didn’t complete all his innings (i.e. some innings he finished not out), this number is an estimate of the unknown average number of runs he scores per innings. Batting average has been used to gauge cricket players’ relative skills since the 18th century.

Most players have career batting averages in the range of 20 to 40. This is also the desirable range for wicket-keepers, though some fall short and make up for it with keeping skill. Until a substantial increase in scores in the 21st century due to improved bats and smaller grounds among other factors, players who sustained an average above 50 through a career were considered exceptional, and before the development of the heavy roller in the 1870s an average of 25 was considered very good.

All-rounders who are more prominent bowlers than batsmen typically average something between 20 and 30.
15 and under is typical for specialist bowlers.
A small number of “rabbits” have averaged less than 5 for a complete career, though a player with such an average is a liability unless an exceptional bowler as Alf Valentine or B. S. Chandrasekhar were.