low-scoring

low-scoring

adj
(of a sports match) having, getting, or ending in a low score
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In a low-scoring match, Mughalpura Greens managed a paltry 127 in their 20 overs which Ghalib Gymkhana achieved with ease in 18.
Set 105 to win in their second innings, New Zealand reached their target after lunch on the fourth day of the low-scoring match with debutant Jeet Raval finishing on 36 not out.
Generally speaking important games are low-scoring, and when games are low-scoring there is a higher than usual chance of a draw.
Rain or Shine's once-imposing three-game lead has been cut to 3-2 after the low-scoring contest on Sunday, a setback Guiao attributed to the paltry number of free throws they got and to the referees being hypnotized by [Alaska's Calvin] Abueva's acting.
RORY McILROY confessed the conditions were too easy as he joined a host of players cashing in on a low-scoring first day of the Dubai Desert Classic.
RORY McIlroy confessed the conditions were almost too easy as he joined a host of players in cashing in on a low-scoring first day of the Dubai Desert Classic.
Even looking through the most rose-tinted of glasses you can't see a glut of goals coming from the away side, so any victory would have to be low-scoring.
TEAM GLASGOW 6 MUNSTER 13 MUNSTER hauled themselves to the top of the RaboDirect Pro12 table with victory in a low-scoring match which saw Glasgow's unbeaten record end with more of a whimper than a bang.
Improved standards do, however, raise achievement of 8th graders in low-scoring states, particularly for low-scoring students.
KIRKBURTON defeated Kirkheaton in a low-scoring match over the Bank Holiday.
Southport and Birkdale thought out a tight, low-scoring affair with Rainhill.
His performance in the low-scoring affair proved quite a contrast to more run-of-the-mill 20-over contests - and one in particular.