Glenn Maxwell is the obvious choice. He enters the round in
sensational form in the Australia v India series, will bat high for the Stars
who have the double game week and will bowl. He’ll be an extremely popular
choice this week.
Tread cautiously with Marcus Stoinis who won’t bowl for at
least three weeks, meaning he’s relying on scoring well with the bat.
However, he did average 64.9 SuperCoach points last season
having hardly bowled, so he looms as a sneaky option regardless, but not for
Adam Zampa looks the next best option at the Stars. He had
some success against India and averaged 64.3 points last season.
I’d be avoiding anyone else outside of those three this week.
Provided you choose one of the above, your vice-captain will
have to come from the Thursday night clash between the Hurricanes and Sixers.
D’Arcy Short is the obvious choice who plays at the batsmen
friendly Blundstone Arena, and he should roll the arm over for 2-4 overs also.
In nine games last season he had four scores of 99 and
above, including a 160 and 173 which are the numbers required to utilise the