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« Reply #30 on: December 17, 2018, 07:16:34 PM »


OTHER OPTIONS

Dwayne Bravo -  Man.... I'm absolutely gutted I can't find room for him. Has become more of a bowler as his career has progressed into the twilight, but he can do both at ease with amazing quality. :'(

I've got the feeling that this is the breakout summer for Daniel Sams after what he produced in the JLT. Doesn't start due to other options, but is a very handy POD and will come into heavy consideration after the first few GW's. Arjun Nair likewise. 

Shane Watson is continuing to do Shane Watson things. Solid option again who shouldn't do you wrong.

Travis Dean could be a bargain buy if he opens alongside Ben Dunk, who surely can't have as bad of a season as he did last year?

Billy Stanlake is also doing Billy Stanlake things, could start for me, but will definitely be in there come GW2. Splitting hairs between him & Ben Laughlin, who will probably also feature for me in GW2. Both had extremely solid IPL campaigns.

Matthew Wade is ridiculously close to starting for me. Will open for the Hurricanes alongside Short & is in fantastic Shield touch. Would save some much-needed cash as well so he is one I'm mulling over. Has the DGW in GW3.

Scott Boland is taking wickets for fun in the Shield, and could be a very interesting POD selection.

Joe Denly is in good touch with both bat & ball and had a really good backend to the summer last time out. Very likely to come in GW2 in preperation for GW3. Will 100% open for the Sixers.

Seems like I say this every year but Daniel Hughes is in fantastic nick in the Shield. Not sure I can do that again though with his strike rate.

Chris Lynn is still extremely suspect to spin, and with Rashid first up, I can't do it. One of those ones that has the potential to completely burn me however.

Joe Burns is in fantastic shield nick, and going Short to Bravo & Baz to Burns is an option I am considering. Would be in if I had one more spot.

Plenty more besides that, Cameron White will be solid as always. Jono Wells is an attractive bench option if he bats inside the top 4 in Head's absence. Hilton Cartwright is always an option batting in the top 4 despite his form. Alex Carey is Alex Carey.

Is there any reason that you haven't mentioned Klinger, MMarsh and Agar as I see them as very enticing options for the double game to start.
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« Reply #31 on: December 17, 2018, 10:23:28 PM »

DREAM11's media announcement re. taking over the official BBL fantasy comp:
https://www.insidesport.co/dream11-becomes-official-fantasy-game-partner-of-big-bash-league/

The site wont even let me register atm lol.... 
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« Reply #32 on: December 18, 2018, 01:48:19 PM »

Adelaide squad announced

https://www.adelaidestrikers.com.au/news/new-duo-named-for-bbl-opener/2018-12-18

Colin Ingram (c)
Alex Carey (wk)
Rashid Khan
Ben Laughlin
Jake Lehmann
Michael Neser
Liam O'Connor
Matthew Short
Peter Siddle
Billy Stanlake
Cameron Valente
Jake Weatherald
Jon Wells
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« Reply #33 on: December 18, 2018, 04:14:33 PM »


OTHER OPTIONS

Dwayne Bravo -  Man.... I'm absolutely gutted I can't find room for him. Has become more of a bowler as his career has progressed into the twilight, but he can do both at ease with amazing quality. :'(

I've got the feeling that this is the breakout summer for Daniel Sams after what he produced in the JLT. Doesn't start due to other options, but is a very handy POD and will come into heavy consideration after the first few GW's. Arjun Nair likewise. 

Shane Watson is continuing to do Shane Watson things. Solid option again who shouldn't do you wrong.

Travis Dean could be a bargain buy if he opens alongside Ben Dunk, who surely can't have as bad of a season as he did last year?

Billy Stanlake is also doing Billy Stanlake things, could start for me, but will definitely be in there come GW2. Splitting hairs between him & Ben Laughlin, who will probably also feature for me in GW2. Both had extremely solid IPL campaigns.

Matthew Wade is ridiculously close to starting for me. Will open for the Hurricanes alongside Short & is in fantastic Shield touch. Would save some much-needed cash as well so he is one I'm mulling over. Has the DGW in GW3.

Scott Boland is taking wickets for fun in the Shield, and could be a very interesting POD selection.

Joe Denly is in good touch with both bat & ball and had a really good backend to the summer last time out. Very likely to come in GW2 in preperation for GW3. Will 100% open for the Sixers.

Seems like I say this every year but Daniel Hughes is in fantastic nick in the Shield. Not sure I can do that again though with his strike rate.

Chris Lynn is still extremely suspect to spin, and with Rashid first up, I can't do it. One of those ones that has the potential to completely burn me however.

Joe Burns is in fantastic shield nick, and going Short to Bravo & Baz to Burns is an option I am considering. Would be in if I had one more spot.

Plenty more besides that, Cameron White will be solid as always. Jono Wells is an attractive bench option if he bats inside the top 4 in Head's absence. Hilton Cartwright is always an option batting in the top 4 despite his form. Alex Carey is Alex Carey.

Is there any reason that you haven't mentioned Klinger, MMarsh and Agar as I see them as very enticing options for the double game to start.

All 3 are definitely opitions.  Agar is certainly one I had in my team for a period of time but just felt there were better options in the end. However if he DOES open, he's coming straight in, no questions asked. His form with the ball hasn't been fantastic though and that's why I ended up booting him. Because if he doesn't take a few poles & bats 7... ehhhhh..

Klinger was in great English form, but I'm always apprehensive of picking batsman who dont bowl at least occasionally (Baz is the only one I'm starting that fits that currently), because if they get out cheaply, they're screwed for the game. However, at that price, you certainly have to consider him, absolutely. Probably an oversight on my part there if I'm really honest.

I hate Mitch Marsh for reasons outside the Big Bash, don't mind me there. :P I also think there's better DGW options for the price. Certainly a POD though.




Adelaide squad announced

https://www.adelaidestrikers.com.au/news/new-duo-named-for-bbl-opener/2018-12-18

Colin Ingram (c)
Alex Carey (wk)
Rashid Khan
Ben Laughlin
Jake Lehmann
Michael Neser
Liam O'Connor
Matthew Short
Peter Siddle
Billy Stanlake
Cameron Valente
Jake Weatherald
Jon Wells

I'd assume LOC and one of Valente/Short will drop out of that. If Valente starts he has to be a lock for us surely. 42k who has the DGW in week 2
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« Reply #34 on: December 18, 2018, 04:24:13 PM »

Short will play over Valente since they've already got Neser, Stanlake, Siddle and Laughlin in the team and they all bowl pace. Rashid is the frontline spinner but Short might chip with an over or two here or there and he's a better bat/allrounder than Valente.
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« Reply #35 on: December 18, 2018, 04:35:09 PM »

Adelaide squad announced

https://www.adelaidestrikers.com.au/news/new-duo-named-for-bbl-opener/2018-12-18

Colin Ingram (c)
Alex Carey (wk)
Rashid Khan
Ben Laughlin
Jake Lehmann
Michael Neser
Liam O'Connor
Matthew Short
Peter Siddle
Billy Stanlake
Cameron Valente
Jake Weatherald
Jon Wells

I'd assume LOC and one of Valente/Short will drop out of that. If Valente starts he has to be a lock for us surely. 42k who has the DGW in week 2

Jake Weatherald
Alex Carey (wk)
Jake Lehmann
Colin Ingram (c)
Jon Wells
Matthew Short
Michael Neser
Rashid Khan
Peter Siddle
Ben Laughlin
Billy Stanlake
 - - - -
Cameron Valente
Liam O'Connor

Will be the team in batting order I reckon ;)
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« Reply #36 on: December 18, 2018, 09:35:29 PM »

Adelaide squad announced

https://www.adelaidestrikers.com.au/news/new-duo-named-for-bbl-opener/2018-12-18

Colin Ingram (c)
Alex Carey (wk)
Rashid Khan
Ben Laughlin
Jake Lehmann
Michael Neser
Liam O'Connor
Matthew Short
Peter Siddle
Billy Stanlake
Cameron Valente
Jake Weatherald
Jon Wells

I'd assume LOC and one of Valente/Short will drop out of that. If Valente starts he has to be a lock for us surely. 42k who has the DGW in week 2

Jake Weatherald
Alex Carey (wk)
Jake Lehmann
Colin Ingram (c)
Jon Wells
Matthew Short
Michael Neser
Rashid Khan
Peter Siddle
Ben Laughlin
Billy Stanlake
 - - - -
Cameron Valente
Liam O'Connor

Will be the team in batting order I reckon ;)

I hadn't read the group chat at this point leave me alone!  :'(
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« Reply #37 on: December 19, 2018, 05:34:34 PM »

Scorchers 13 man squad of

MMarsh
Turner
Agar
Behrendorff
Cartwright
Coulter-Nile
Inglis
Kilnger
Qadir
Richardson
Tye
Whiteman
Willey

One of Whiteman/Inglis to miss and who else misses out?
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« Reply #38 on: December 19, 2018, 06:09:54 PM »

Jeez you don't get much time to see who is actually playing what time do we find out ?
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« Reply #39 on: December 19, 2018, 06:12:41 PM »

Jeez you don't get much time to see who is actually playing what time do we find out ?

Heat just announced their XI https://twitter.com/HeatBBL/status/1075292523050950656
Strikers will be soon I assume

Edit: Yep https://twitter.com/StrikersBBL/status/1075293158496321536
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« Reply #40 on: December 19, 2018, 06:23:29 PM »

Scorchers 13 man squad of

MMarsh
Turner
Agar
Behrendorff
Cartwright
Coulter-Nile
Inglis
Kilnger
Qadir
Richardson
Tye
Whiteman
Willey

One of Whiteman/Inglis to miss and who else misses out?
If one of Whiteman/Inglis misses it will have to be a bowler.

I want to say Qadir plays and one of the quicks misses but who do you drop from NCN/Dorf/Richo/Tye???
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« Reply #41 on: December 19, 2018, 06:24:30 PM »

Cheers Skyarm 1/2 an hour ha ha not like footy you are going to be on the ball to do good at this comp  ;D
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« Reply #42 on: December 19, 2018, 08:05:28 PM »

So what’s a good score for players these days and with this new(ish) scoring formats? I remember when 50 points in Fantasy used to be massive but now blokes average upwards of 80. I still reckon a good score is around 60 odd
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« Reply #43 on: December 19, 2018, 08:26:11 PM »

Good call on Mujeeb, Koop.  Got 27 with the bat which is very handy.  Hopefully can grab some wickets now.

@Money, Rashid Kahn is already on 105 and that could rise if he bats and gets runs.
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« Reply #44 on: December 20, 2018, 01:46:24 PM »

Sydney Thunder’s BBL 13-player squad:

Shane Watson (c)

Fawad Ahmed

Jos Buttler

Jono Cook

Callum Ferguson

Chris Green

Nathan McAndrew

Arjun Nair

Sam Rainbird

Joe Root

Daniel Sams

Gurinder Sandhu

Jason Sangha
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