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You may get more free hits if the same data was processed < 10 seconds before you hit.
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Inputs Variables (POST or GET as per your convenience)
An array containing objects with the following elements:
Bowling stats of this player across Tests, ODIs, T20Is, firstClass, listA and twenty20
Batting statistics of this player across Tests, ODIs, T20Is, firstClass, listA and
Name of the player
Full Name of the player
Date and location of birth
Current age in years & days
Major teams this player plays for.
Batting Style of this player
Bowling Style of this player
Country this player is from
URL where you can get this player's image
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