The Royals surpassed Hyderabad’s 133 runs with a pair of boundaries in a dramatic final over. After a successful attack in the first innings Rajasthan struggled at times in their innings before eventually eclipsing Hyderabad’s pace.  After loading match data into SAP HANA we can create visualization in SAP Lumira to analyze the match’s action.


The Sunrisers added 27 runs to their total in the final 18 balls of their innings. However, after high scoring third and ninth 10th overs the Royals were well on pace for their chase. SAP Lumira allows us to quickly create a Manhattan chart of each clubs’ runs per over. Note Rajasthan’s struggle during the 12th, 13th, and 14th over.


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Rajasthan’s Rahane and Binny combined for 107 runs off of 85 balls for strike rates of 111.32 and 150 respectively. With a few clicks we can transform our Manhattan chart into a ball by ball area chart of the batting of the two productive Royals. Surprisingly the batsman only had a single six.


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The Royals showcased some great power throughout their innings knocking 14 balls to the boundary and soaring another pair beyond the field. With SAP Lumira we can quickly graph how many fours and sixes each side had during the match.


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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.


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-Tom Flanagan

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