Pendulum Cricket is a points scoring method used to determine who's leading a Test Match at any point during the 5-day game. Points are awarded for runs or wickets, with top-order wickets worth more points.
Experienced commentators who have followed the purist's game for years have been unable to dogmatically know who's winning after each session, innings or day, and may have made proclamations based on assumption.
Pendulum Cricket has the answer: "know who's winning a Test Match by which way the Pendulum is swinging!"
Pendulum Cricket has been developed over a number of years through various Test Match case scenarios, bringing together the evolving information of time, wickets and runs: session to session, day to day and innings to innings to enable you to "know who's winning a Test Match by which way the Pendulum is swinging!"
The Pendulum method, based on absolute mathematics, takes runs, time and wickets into account - to provide the Pendulum follower the advantage of "knowing who's winning a Test Match by which way the Pendulum is swinging!"