The T20 Blast 2021 season is now a couple of weeks old and we’ve already seen a lot of great action from the 18 teams involved. The hot dry weather and some excellent batting surfaces have contributed to some really big scoring to date with a par first innings score in the Blast being in excess of 180 to date.
As we’ve now reached a stage where every team has played between 3 and 5 games and with plenty more matches to come this weekend (weather permitting) then it seemed an appropriate time to launch our powerplay and death overs stats for the 2021 T20 Blast.
Both pages give an insight into the teams and players who are most successful in these phases of the game by providing the following stats
- Average score and wickets lost by team
- Run rate by team
- Bowling economy rate by team
- Wickets taken by team
- Best strike rate by batsmen
- Best economy rate by bowler
- Most wickets by bowler
Whether it’s the explosive starts we’ve seen by Surrey’s batsmen in the powerplay or the brilliance of Sussex’s bowlers these stats should provide you with a unique insight into T20 domestic cricket in England.