Highest Average and Strike Rate in ODI’S by a player in cricketing career is limited. The total number of runs scored divided by the number of times they have been out. Most of the players’ career batting average is between 20 to 40. The players who maintain an average above 50 through a career were considered exceptional but there are limited players who had an average above 50. Here is the data of the top 5 batsmen who have averaged between 50 to 70.
|Ryan ten Doeschate||67.00||32||1,541||2006–2011|
|AB de Villiers||54.06||218||9,577||2005–2018|
The batting strike rate is the number of runs scored per 100 balls faced. When strike rate of a batsman is higher, then more effective a batsman is at scoring run quickly in any limited over the format of a match.
In fixed over matches strike rate becomes very important because of the more your strike rate, the more effective a batsman in scoring maximum runs. Each team players only faces a limited number of balls in an innings. The faster a batsman scores in the minimum ball, the more runs his team will get to score in limited over match. The strike rate is one of the key factors of a batsman in one-day international cricket. The batsmen with the higher strike rate, especially in T20 matches, are more valued than those with fewer strike rates. Andre Russell is Right on Top of the table with Career Strike Rate of 130.81
|Player||Runs||Ball Faced||Strike Rate||Period|