SuperCoach BBL 2021: preseason form, Vitality Blast, stars of the IPL


Top T20 tournaments from England to India can guide our KFC SuperCoach selections, if you know where to look. Check out the standouts and bolters for BBL11.

The preseason is well advanced for KFC SuperCoach, and unlike the AFL or NRL which have dedicated preseason competitions, there are a number of overseas T20 competitions that we can look at to assess the lines. form before BBL11.

Domestic T20 competitions have exploded in recent years, with many Australian players choosing to travel abroad to maintain their skill level, and we can use this performance as a potential indicator of player performance when the BBL begins.

Jock Reynolds’ Azza names six Australian BBL players who deserve a closer look, given their performances abroad, including calculations on what their KFC SuperCoach scores would have been.


Indian Premier League statistics

Games played: 15

Tracks: 513 (5th overall)

Average: 42.75 (10th overall)

Strike rate: 144.10

SuperCoach Points: 900

Average SuperCoachs: 60

High score: 158

Maxwell was selected for the tournament’s ESPN Cricinfo squad for his performance at the recent IPL tournament. In his 15 innings for Royal Challenges Bangalore, he averaged 42.75, scoring six scores over 50 in the process and reaching an average of 144.10.

But it’s not just his powerful hitter that makes him so valuable in SuperCoach, with his out-sons giving him the chance to boost his scores even more. This was especially evident in his best score of 158 SC against the Mumbai Indians when he smashed 56 of 37 with the bat (86 SC) and took 2-23 on four overs with the ball (62 SC).

Maxwell is heading to BBL11 as one of the more expensive players, but given his form, it’s hard not to lock him up and throw the key away.


Indian Premier League statistics

Games played: 5

Counters: 7

Best numbers: 4-14 (5th best)

RE: 6.35 (7th overall)

SuperCoach Points: 291

Average SuperCoachs: 58.2

High score: 131

Coulter-Nile put on an electric cameo performance for the Mumbai Indians and flies well under the radar ahead of BBL11.

He has a proven track record in SuperCoach, averaging 57.35 over his entire SuperCoach career, and given his recent performances in the IPL, Coulter-Nile is one to keep in mind and could turn out to be. a precious point of difference.

JOSH INGLIS (WKP / BAT $ 133,800)

Vitality Blast Statistics

Games played: 14

Runs scored: 531 (1st overall!)

Average: 48.27 (13th overall)

Strike rate: 175.82

SuperCoach Points: 891

Average SuperCoachs: 63.64

High score: 178

Inglis is in magnificent form, highlighted by his performance in the UK national T20 competition, the Vitality Blast. Inglis was the only player in the tournament to score two centuries, scoring 103 points against Northants and 118 against Worcestershire, but what was most impressive was his strike rate.

In each round where Inglis broke the 20 point mark, his hit rate was over 160. If he was earning KFC SuperCoach points, we would have added the maximum 25 bonus SC points in all of those rounds.

With an astonishing 63.64 SC overall tournament average, Inglis could be one of the buyers for BBL11.


Vitality Blast Statistics

Games played: 13

Wickets: 15 (equal to 24th)

Best digits: 4-31

RE: 8.91

SuperCoach Points: 566

Average SuperCoachs: 43.53

High score: 107

Dwarshius is emerging as the only pitcher for the Sixers to embark on the BBL11 campaign, given that they will lose Sean Abbott and possibly Jackson Bird to Australian A and Ashes teams.

Dwarshius is a true premium selection but one that can go unnoticed. With an average of 52.62 over his entire SuperCoach career and a consistent performer, he could prove to be a shrewd choice in BBL11.


Pakistani Super League statistics

Games: 7

Points scored: 246 (12th)

Average: 49.20 (3rd highest)

Strike rate: 152.79

SuperCoach Points: 341

Average SuperCoachs: 48.71

High score: 150

Are we seeing a resurgence of Khawaja? He is currently in sublime form in all formats with two centuries at Sheffield Shield level to start the summer after a dominant performance in the Pakistani Super League.

In the seven games he has played for Islamabad United, he has averaged 49.20 with the bat, including 105 not eliminated against Peshawar Zalmi in June with just 56 balls, for a total of 150 SC points.

He could prove to be a good deal in SC BBL if he continues that form into the BBL11 season, especially since he only costs $ 93,300 and doesn’t have a bye all season. Just beware if he’s selected to replace Will Pucovski in the first order of the next Ashes series.

FAWAD AHMED (BWL $ 102,700)

Caribbean Premier League statistics

Games played: 10

Wickets: 11 (equal 10th)

Best numbers: 2-14

RE: 6.52 (12th best)

SuperCoach Points: 407

Average SuperCoachs: 40.7

High score: 79

The BBL have a new mate, Ahmed being picked up by the Adelaide Strikers for BBL11, having played with the Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Renegades in previous seasons.

A very handy spinner, Ahmed could prove to be a dangerous combination with Rashid Khan, and if he continues his good form as shown in the Caribbean Premier League, he might turn out to be a handy POD before the second round of play. double.

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