Jayadevan's System

Jayadevan's System

The Jayadevan system, also known as the VJD method, is a proposed method for calculating target scores in interrupted one-day and Twenty20 cricket matches. The method was devised by V Jayadevan, an engineer from the state of Kerala in India. The now-defunct Indian Cricket League had begun to use this method instead of the Duckworth-Lewis method used in international matches. The VJD method takes into account the statistics from the T20 games played in the past.

Read more about Jayadevan's System:  VJD Method, Use in National and International Cricket, Comparison With The Duckworth-Lewis Method

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