At over $20k you’re paying a bomb for King Kohli, but when
you’re averaging a shade under 60 in ODIs you’re not exactly going to come
He didn’t actually flourish in the long form of the game in
his last outing to Australia (by his immense standards), but you’d be a brave
man not to expect him to flourish in his shortened tour this time around.
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If you really want to fork out for both Smith and Kohli I can’t
argue, although it will leave you very short on cash for the remainder of your
But plenty of players will add both men, and to win
Draftstars contests you need some sort of differential, so I’ll take a punt on
Smith going low and hope it pays off.
He did struggle in the IPL, again by his lofty standards, so
perhaps he needs a tick over innings back on home soil to find his groove.
On the flip side, you could pick Smith and avoid Kohli.
Dhawan is priced at $12,700 and is coming off a stunning IPL campaign where he recorded back-to-back unbeaten centuries, freakish…
The veteran is based in Australia so he’ll have been doing plenty of training on our decks which can only help his case.
Labuschange is priced at $12,900 which looks exceptional
value for a guy in his form over the past 18 months.
He’ll likely bat at five which is a concern, but if early wickets fall he may well come in at four ahead of Marcus Stoinis and play the anchor role for the Australians behind explosive openers Finch and Warner.