Quick maths! So, we like to express matchups numbers as 2 integers that summed up would gives us 10, for example 6-4. It's the same as we said: "6-4 is the most likely score after 10 matches between 2 characters". We could also say that in single game one character has 60% chances of win and other 40%. How does it apply to tournament setting when we play first to 3? If we treat each match in a set as an independent random event we will get results as below: 6-4 matchup means that one character has 67,656% chances of winning a FT3 set 7-3 - 83,692% 8-2 - 94,208 % 9-1 - 99,144 % So, remember. When you're on a downplaying fever and want to call some matchup 3-7 you're basically saying that your character has less than 17% chances of winning a set. We can safely assume that Injustice 2 currently does not have any 8-2 matchup. We probably do not have any matchup in a game that is so bad that we can call it 7-3. And many matchups that are described as 6-4 are not really that bad. Do we need another way to express matchups?