Runs basically are an aggregated/calculated total of an inning of the game. The inning property equals the scoreboard property on bowling and batting data.

    // .....
    "included": [
            "type": "runs",
            "id": "16037",
            "attributes": {
                "fixture_id": 93,
                "team_id": 50,
                "inning": 1,
                "score": 152,
                "wickets": 9,
                "overs": 20,
                "pp1": "1-6",
                "pp2": null,
                "pp3": null,
                "updated_at": "2019-01-22T09:54:59+00:00"

Relationship Details

Below you can find the details for this relationship.

Name Value
Relationship: runs
Nested Relationships:
Include Example:
Callable Via Relationship: true
Relative Relationship Url: /api/v1/__PARENT__/__PARENTID__/runs


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This article was last updated on 2019-01-17 15:25:41

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