# Cricket World Cup 2015 – Free Excel Dashboard

Cricket World Cup 2015 Excel Dashboard is my attempt to capture the world cup in Excel. Though the team I support (India) came close but didn’t win, Australia deserved to win.

I have attempted to calculate all the stats based on raw match data (thanks to ESPNCricinfo). I have tried to keep it really simple and highlight only the most relevant stats. This is my first draft and I hope to enhance this dashboard as time goes by. Please share your suggestions and comments in the comments section below.

Page Contents

## VIDEO DEMO

There are three views (Cup, Team and Match).

## CUP VIEW

In the Cup view, you can see the overview of the tournament and the top players and performances. You can also see the points table in the preliminary round.

## TEAM VIEW

You can see the progress of the team and also their top players and performances.

You can choose the team from the drop down menu.

## MATCH VIEW

You can choose any of the 49 matches from the drop down menu.

You will see the compact match summary on the left, and more detailed scorecards on the right.

On Excel,

• I have used formulas and conditional formatting as usual, without any macros.
• I have tried to show flags of countries dynamically, which I have not done in my other templates so far.
• There are no pivot tables, but there are some tables.
• The sheets are protected, only to prevent accidental formula edits. Please feel free to unlock the sheets using the password indzara.

Please let me know your feedback in the comments section. I look forward to hearing from you.

• could make one video at this template that how to create this.

• Thank you for showing interest in our template and sharing your suggestion.

We will update you when we create the tutorial session on creating this template.

Best wishes.

• Hi, I had a look at your file and it is very thorough
I have played around with calculating NRR (recently in the 100 from England). As I understand it the calculation is Team A runs scored divided by overs minus Team B runs scored divided by overs. An example Team A scores 147 100 balls; Team B 148 95 balls.
NRR Team A 147/(100/6) – 148/(95/6) = -0.527368 and Team B 0.527368.

I must be making a mistake as my calculation never agrees with 100 table.
Can you tell me please where I am wrong? Thanks. Dennis

• Thank you for showing interest in our template.

The NRR formula used in our template is ((runs scored/balls faced) – (runs conceded/balls bowled))*6 till Quarter-finals

Best wishes.