The Wins and Score Predictor (WASP) is a calculation tool used in cricket to predict the scores and possible results of a game with limited overs, for example, one day and twenty games. 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. WASP is now deeply integrated into NV Play Cricket, NV's flagship cricket technology platform, and is available to all high-level professional cricketers for recreational purposes (26%). If you look closely at every cricket match you watch, you'll find a pattern from which you can predict things. The victory and score predictor (WASP) is a calculation tool used in cricket to predict the scores and possible results of a game with limited overs, e.g.