Use CricAPI's Cricket Score API to access live cricket match data. The API is RESTful and returns responses with JSON. See the API page for code samples and information on accessing the API.
Use the Cricket Match API to get a list of matches, the Score API to get the latest scores for those matches. Player stats API (both Batting and Bowling stats) gives you the latest for your favourite players.
The brand new Ball By Ball API allows you to check the current status of a match right to the Ball By Ball level! Added new Widgets that allow you to use this BBB API for your benefit.
Use the Fantasy Cricket Summary API to get Score Summaries (live) for your cricket fantasy use. The fantasy module offers 1000 free hits for testing and development purposes. You can hit this API to get a live score summary, teams and players listing. The API can be used before the match to help you with choosing players (batsmen / bowlers) for your fantasy game; once this is done you can hit the API at regular intervals and calculate the results of your Fantasy Cricket!
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24-07-16 10:44:18Formatting changes
24-07-16 10:41:40Added brief about Fantasy Cricket API
06-07-16 09:56:18Updated the API branding from "Wherrelz" to "CricAPI". Wherrelz IT Solutions Pvt Ltd is the developer of the API, but would like the CricAPI brand to flourish.