# Cricket Points Table

#### amruthubballi

##### New Member
Hi,

I am working on cricket points table, My table goes like this.

Match Schedule
 1 Home Team(A1) Away Team(B1) Result(C1) 2 RPS KKR 3 RCB RCB 4 KKR KKR

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Points Table
 1 Teams(E1) Games Played(F1) Wins(G1) Points(H1) 2 RPS 3 KKR 4 RCB 5 GL

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I am making predections and working permutations so that my favourite team can go for playoffs. I need a formula, when I enter the winner in result column(C1) in Match schedule, Points table needs to be updated for those who played the game.

E.g If I enter the winner of 1st match as KKR in Result(C2), team played(RPS & KKR) should be shown indicating as 1 match played in points table i.e 1 in Games Played(F2) and 1 in Games Played(F3), smilarly if I enter the result of 2nd match as RCB then teams played(RCB & RPS) should shown as 1 in Games Played(F4) and 2 in Games Played(F2) (as RPS have played 2nd match in season)

In Games Played(F) column I want to indicate the number of matches played only after I enter results. Hope I have written enough to understand my problem and to resolve, Please someone help me.

Thank You

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#### FormR

##### MrExcel MVP
Hi, welcome to the forum!

Something like this maybe:

#### steve the fish

##### Well-known Member
You dont seem to have made any provision for if a game is called off and both teams share the 2 points so you could maybe use something like this in G2:

=COUNTIF(\$C:\$C,E2)+COUNTIFS(\$A:\$A,E2,\$C:\$C,"rain")/2+COUNTIFS(\$B:\$B,E2,\$C:\$C,"rain")/2

instead of typing the winner in column C you type 'rain' if a game is called off.

#### amruthubballi

##### New Member
Thank you so much... it really helped me a lot.

#### amruthubballi

##### New Member
Thank you so much... Now I have created as No Result column.

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