Cricket World Cup | Three way affair: Australia, South Africa and New Zealand | The Cricket World Cup (CWC) co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand starts on...

Mathan Somasundaram

Deep Data Analytics

Cricket World Cup | Three way affair: Australia, South Africa and New Zealand | The Cricket World Cup (CWC) co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand starts on the 14th of Feb with 42 pool games to determine the quarter final spots. The CWC model looks though the 2014 ODI (One Day International) records to forecast the winners and the margins. The semi-finals show Australia comfortably beating India while South Africa scrapes past New Zealand. This provides a statistically inseparable World Cup final between Australia and South Africa. Following the model through, Australia beats South Africa by 2 runs on the back of their superior bowling economy rate. The overwhelming statistical evidence shows that the World Cup will be won by Australia, South Africa or New Zealand. The wild card game that could change the cup dynamics early will be the very close pool game between Australia and New Zealand at Eden Park on 28th Feb. (VIEW LINK)


Mathan Somasundaram
Founder & CEO
Deep Data Analytics

Over 25 years’ experience in the finance/tech industry. Mathan has worked extensively in all parts of the finance sector (i.e. County NatWest, Citi, LIM, Southern Cross, Bell Potter, Baillieu Holst and Blue Ocean Equities). Currently Founder and...

I would like to

Only to be used for sending genuine email enquiries to the Contributor. Livewire Markets Pty Ltd reserves its right to take any legal or other appropriate action in relation to misuse of this service.

Personal Information Collection Statement
Your personal information will be passed to the Contributor and/or its authorised service provider to assist the Contributor to contact you about your investment enquiry. They are required not to use your information for any other purpose. Our privacy policy explains how we store personal information and how you may access, correct or complain about the handling of personal information.