The tournament’s second battle royale will commence Sunday evening at Chinnaswammy Stadium in Bangalore. With their postseason contention rapidly slipping away, the Royal Challengers must even the season series with the Royals if they hope to stay within playoff contention. Find out how the Royals’ attack humiliated the Royal Challengers in Abu Dhabi by defeating every batsmen and holding them to a tournament low 70 runs in only 15 overs. Discover how the teams fair against each other last season. By loading match data into SAP HANA we can create insight-laden graphics in SAP Lumira and SAP Crystal Reports to preview tonight’s match.
The Royal Challengers’ lineup features two of the greatest Cricketers in world, Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers, so it is not surprisingly that they hit a greater number of boundaries than the Royals so far this season. With SAP Lumira we can create a 3D bar chart that shows the number of fours and sixes the Royal Challengers and the Royals have struck this season. Bangalore has smashed 94 fours and 44 sixes while the Royals have hit 90 fours and only 34 maximums.
In SAP Lumira we can create a pair of pie charts showing the percentage of runs each team’s bowlers have conceded with a depth of the sum of the balls, wides, and no balls, they have delivered to visualizes each individual bowler’s efficiency during the season. The large slice in dark orange belongs to Rajasthan’s Pravin Tambe, who in the course of bowling the maximum number of overs allowed per match for the Royals, has earned a team leading economy of 6.21 and has taken a team best 12 wickets. Bangalore’s attack is anchored by Yuzvendra Chahal who has earned the third best economy rate in the league, 5.93, from the 31 overs he has bowled this season.
Tambe had a tremendous match against Bangalore earlier this season, when he only conceded 20 runs in four overs while scalping four Royal Challengers. With SAP Crystal Reports we can show the results of each ball Tambe delivered broken down by line and length. Tambe bowled nine of his 10 dots with an off stump line and took each of his wickets from a delivery with a different combination of length and line.
Keep your eyes peeled for more visualizations created in SAP Lumira using historical Indian Twenty20 data from SAP HANA. Please check back regularly during the tournament for more insights about the daily action. Also, watch out for a series of tutorial videos on how we load the data into SAP HANA.
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