Cricket match Scores are not arbritrary, you needn’t ‘guess’ the score anymore, you can ‘calculate’ it anytime! Scores are calculated using the simplest data available to us- the match ‘date’. The score always take the form of 90 (or its multiples) plus the match date matrix’s total or any of its sections. There is an effective, short, simple formula for this, you can learn it from here. Also, you can apply the ‘advanced’ concepts, explained in the later sections here, and attain higher levels of accuracy in this work of score calculation!
Its cricket season across the world, now a days, throughout the year. You might surely have attempted to guess the scores of various matches, isn’t it so? Well, you needn’t ‘guess’ the scores, cricket scores are not arbitary. It is simply maths, we can calculate it beforehand, anytime, using pen and paper. Here is the exact calculation method.
What you need is only the ‘date’ of the match which is easily available from the schedules provided on espncricinfo or any other site. On this date, we apply few mathematical operations to arrive at the probable score. In vedic maths, you might have learnt the calculation of the ‘Beejank’ of any lengthy number by adding up the digits together, similar maths is needed here.
Match Date, Three Values, And Casting of the Matrix
For the calculation of score for any match, firstly, you need to find the three kinds of values from the match date. These values are, namely, the date itself, full date total, total of the two. The ‘actual’ scores are generated by these data. Note down the match full date, including the month and the year figures in numerical form. For example, May 5, 2015 in numerical form would be 05/05/2015. Find the three values from the date-
- the date, 05
- full date total, including month and year.
- 05/05/2015 = 0+5+0+5+2+0+1+5= 18.
- total of the above two
- 05 + 18 = 32
Next, we write the above calculated values in the matrix format. For this, we need to write the full date total below the date, creating a mathematical 2 by 2 matrix pattern-
Finally, the thriller part, the calculation of probable score. Here, one need to keep in mind the following points-
- Mostly, the score takes the matrix total value [like 32 in the above case]. At other times, any of the sections of the date matrix could create the score. It could be the vertical right number, or simply the date or full date total.
- And it could be a minus value too, means, we need to subtract this number from 180 etc.
- Numbers generated from the sections fall under two categories- natural as well as creative.
- Natural sections are the two horizontal numbers, two vertical numbers, two diagonal numbers and the matrix total.
- >Creative> numbers generated from the two sides of the various triangle sections of the matrix.
Spot Two Consecutives
Amidst so many possibilities, which section/number to actually choose? It is simple and logical, the score and target always come as two consecutive numbers, likewise, select two consecutive numbers from the matrix (or extented/weekday matrix) pattern. And employ it in the score formula.
Consecutive integers are integers that follow each other in order. They have a difference of 1 between every two numbers. If n is an integer, then n, n+1, and n+2 would be consecutive integers.
The Score Formula
Cricket scores always get created in for 90 [or its multiples] plus certain value generated from the specific date’s matrix.
Score = 90n + matrix total
Where, 90n stand for 90 or its multiples like 180, 270.
Ind V Pak Score, WC 2015
The match was played on Feb 15, 2015.
So, date = 15
Complete date total = 1+5+0+2+2+0+1+5 = 16
Write it below the date, find matrix total.
Score = 270 + 31 = 301
Target Set by India for Pakistan came exact 301!
One more example
IPL 2015, April 23.
Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab match,
Match date = 23
Full date total = 2+3+0+4+2+0+1+5= 17
Total of the two = 23 + 17 = 40
Score by team 1 (Delhi) = 180 + 10 = 190
Score by team 2 (Mumbai) = 180 - 27 = 153
Here, the vertical 37 and left diagonal 27 numbers have generated the scores of the two teams.
Going the Advanced Way!
Inclusion of the Weekday
Whether we are analyzing a numerological or an astrological horoscope, the varied effects of weekdays are necessarily to be counted. In score calculation, too, the weightage of the weekdays play an important ‘numerical’ role. The ‘weightage’ of the weekday could modify the date matrix value. For the score calculation, the modified value will have to be taken.
What are the weightage of the weekdays, from Sunday to Saturday? According to the astrology science, each day is ruled by a specific planet of our solar system, and for each weekday, specific numerical weightages too have been assigned, we take these value for the score calculations. Here is the list of each weekday’s weightage -
Sun = sun = 1,
Mon= moon = 2,
Teu = mars = 9,
Wed = mercury = 5,
Fri = venus = 6,
Sat = saturn = 8
We add the specific weekday’numerical weightage to the match date matrix, as simple as that
Matrix weekday = original matrix [date + destiny] + weekday [numerological] number.
|| = 57
Automatic minus For 4 and 7
Numbers 4 and 7 are ruled by Planets Rahu and Ketu, respectively. These planets are considered as extra as per the rules of astrology. This is so because they are unstable in nature. Likewise, these two numbers can't be taken at their visible form. They tend to get stabilized in the form of 5 and 2, respectively. This is based on simple mathematical concept of 'minus' conversion. The minus could be taken something analogous to the 'retrogade' motion of these two planets. While all the other planets move in forward direction, Rahu and Ketu, always, move in backward direction, hence an automatic 'minus'.
- - 4 = 9-4 = 5
- - 7 = 9-7 = 2
When there is a 4 or 7 in any part of the match date matrix, we replace it with a 5 or 2 respectively.
IPL 2015 Thursday, May 7 SRH V RR
Match date = 07
Full date total = 0+7+0+5+2+0+1+5= 20
Total of the two = 07 + 20 = 27
|| Automatic minus for 7
Score = 90 or 180 + 22 = 112 or 202.
Actual target set by SRH for RR = 202 runs
Mathematical corrections to the matrix
When we replace a four with a five or a seven with a two, obviously, the whole pattern need to be mathematically corrected. A five would mean an increase of the entire pattern carried out from the weekday version first, then the matrix total and finally, the date.
Digit Half number Pairs
There are certain number pairs, of which one is the digit half of the other. When the match date pattern has any of such number, we should replace with its pair number and re-analyze the pattern and move ahead with the score calculation.
Also, there are few look-alike number pairs. These are based on the ‘automatic minus for 4 and 7. And further the mutually replaceable pair 8 and 3.
Best easy example
IPL 2015, 46th match, May 10, Bangalore V Mumbai
In this match, batting first, Royal Challengers Bangalore posted a thunderous score 235 runs in 20 overs, credit to AB De Villiers’ majestic 133 runs innings.
Match date = 10
Full date total = 1+0+0+5+2+0+1+5= 14
Total of the two = 10 + 14 = 24
|| Expansion of zero
|| New Total
|| Digit half pair
Target = 180 + 56 = 236.
Zero and the double header
A zero equals 18 and is composed of double nines. When it present near any compound number, it can change the value of both the sides of the number. It generally do so with unstable numbers, means those numbers which have a 4 or 7. Such changes could happen even without a visible zero (why it is not visible is an advanced level of concept).
37 and 0 = (9-6) (9-7) = 62
WC 2015 First match, Feb 14, NZ v SL
It was a Saturday, date equals 14, full date total equals 15, total of the two becomes 29. And the weekday weightage Saturday =8 make it 37.
|| Double header change
Target set by NZ came 270 + 62 = 332.
Zero, and a nine too.
When there is a nine too, besides a zero, firstly we need to change both sides of the number. And then due to the nine, the right side would revert back to the original. Or else, increase the number by 18, and change the right side.
IPL 2015, Wed, May 6, Bangalore v Punjab match
Match date = 06
Full date total = 0+6+0+5+2+0+1+5= 19
Total of the two = 06 + 19 = 25
The zero expands by 18, increases the whole equation by eighteen, including 25 becoming 43. We change the right side 3 into 6 because of nine [in 19]. Means a 46.
Score made by the first batting team Bangalore was 180 + 46= 226. This was the most exciting match this IPL 8, in which Chris Gayle hit 11 sixes and blasted a century.
Added Feature- Score Calculation Using the Team’s Numerological value
We can arrive at the score doing few maths operations on the team name’s numerological value. More than estimating the score, the significance of this approach is that it clarifies the fact that only Cheiro’s method of alphabet valuation is correct, others like Pythagorean, Kaballah valuation are highly incorrect.
In the same cited match, the first batting team was RCB, their team name value according to Cheiro valuation-
|| = 14 + (38 + 29)
14 + 67 = 14 + 32 = 46
Score = 180 + 46= 226.
Another match date, IPL 8, Thursday, May 7, 2015
The match date 07 and Thursday value 3 creates a 37. And the complete date total was 20. KKR team name value is exactly resembling this.
|| = 20 + 37
Score = 180 + 82 = 172.
KKR really managed a score 171 and set the target 172. This can’t be so accurate unless and untill the alphabet valuation is not Chaledean.