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Previously I've mentioned I keep my own database and focus on stats that will give me edges to beat markets rather than stats that are of more general interest to a cricket enthusiast.
I use these stats to draw up ground profiles - in which I try to identify key features and characteristics of matches at the venue I am preparing to bet on.
The stats I keep can generally be broken into two categories. There is an over lap but essentially they are those that profile a ground to help with:
1) Ante-post side market bets such as Total 6s, Multi 4s and Total boundaries.
2) In-running judgements on how teams are doing and what the result might be.
Today I'll look at the ante-post stats and how I use them. On which my starting point is always this table: