I’ve written a couple of posts now – here and here – where I’ve mentioned the Duckworth-Lewis method. As I explained in the first of those posts, this is a statistical approach to the problem of setting runs targets in cricket matches that are interrupted by rain. And at some point, I might write a post discussing a little about the detail of this method.
But you don’t want me to spoil your post-xmas-party hangover with some heavy statistics, right? You’d much prefer it if I spoilt it with some terrible music.
So, ladies and gentleman, I give you…
If you follow the link to their webpage you will find details of past tours as well as their recent album, Sticky Wickets, which I presume is a cricket-based play on words referring to the Rolling Stones’s Sticky Fingers. The comparison stops there though!
As you might have guessed from both the name of the band and their album title, their songs are mostly – if not all – cricket-related. So if you’re feeling especially brave, and promise not to hold me responsible, try the following.
It’s just not cricket…