Can we predict the score of a cricket match in Excel? Using machine learning, set modeling, multiple regression and Excel formulas, we can. The prediction is based on factors such as how easy it is to mark that day depending on the pitch, the weather and the size of the limit. For the team that hits first, it gives the prediction of the final total. For the team that hits in second place, it indicates the probability that the chasing team will win, although it is not limited to including the situation of the match in the equation.
The predictions are based on the average team playing against the average team under those conditions. The Victory and Score Predictor (WASP) is a calculation tool used in cricket to predict the scores and possible results of a limited-overs match. For example, the frequency of crickets chirps, which male crickets emit with their wings, is correlated with the temperature of the environment. As crickets get warmer, they can rub their wings faster, so male crickets emit the repetitive nocturnal chirp they use to attract mates.
Once this is done, you can calculate the best formula for predicting the temperature using the chirps of crickets in your area. Factors such as how close crickets are to a warm building or what region you live in can influence the formula that best predicts temperature based on the crickets chirping. WASP is now deeply integrated into NV Play Cricket, NV's flagship cricket technology platform, and is available to all high-level professional cricketers who represent 26% of high-level professional cricketers.