Third-level batsmen scored 49% in the world cup, broken 32-year record
In the World Cup top order (batsman of 1 to 3) scored 51%. This is a new record of World Cup history. 43% in 2015, 48% in 2011 and 44.5% in run-top order in 2007. Ben Stokes not only batted in the top order in batsmen who scored 400+ runs. This time, Openers scored 31%, third-ranked batsmen 49% and other batsmen scored just 20%. The No. 3 batsman was the most successful. Their average is 52.47.
This time the run rate decreased compared to the previous World Cup.
This time the score in the tournament is scored from the run rate of 5.59. This is less than the previous World Cup. The run rate was 5.65 in the tournament played in Australia-New Zealand in 2015. Runs in the World Cup every time in the last 12 years, but this series has broken down this time. In 2003, 4.76, scored 4.95 in 2007 and a score of 5.03 in 2011.