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At first I thought I'd take 4.5/6 (number of balls in an over) = 0.75 as an "expected per ball" value and then say, 1 run scored is 1.33 times more than expected, therefore scale expected final score to 145*1.33 ~= 200 , and over score to 4.5*1.33 = 6. However this is going to lead to all sorts of problems: Firstly if they score 0 off the first ...