Round 1 is just about done and dusted and gee whiz hasn’t it been a hectic start!
I hope you’re scoring well in Round 1 so far and are ready for Round 2. If you haven’t scored too well, don’t worry, chin up and let’s get you some guns to consider so you can be ready to launch into success in Round 2.
Teams on the double: Adelaide Strikers and Hobart Hurricanes.
The two teams on the double for Round 2 are the Strikers and the Hurricanes so they are the obvious targets for trade ins.
It is also worth noting that the Strikers have the double in Round 3 as well so they are of a higher priority for trade ins.
*Please note that due to the quick turnaround of BBL SuperCoach rounds that many articles will be published before the current round has ended, meaning teams/analysis are subject to change. We’ll update as soon as possible when required.
The Strikers and Australian keeper has the potential to post good SuperCoach scores. Unfortunately, he looks set to miss at least the first game due to Australia commitments, but a sneaky move might be to bring him in and hope he plays 3 out of the 4 games.
Will he bat top three in the order and can he pick up those extra points through catches and stumpings?
He hardly ever produces a stinker too as evidenced by a lowest score of 40 SC points last year.
He can go big too with scores such as 182, 132, 113 and 109 over the last two BBLs.
I’m presuming most teams had him before Round 1, but he was a disappointment when dismissed for a golden duck and going wicketless when bowling.
Kudos to those who were brave enough not to select him for Round 1. Even after underperforming, he still looms as a good trade in in Round 2 if he isn’t in your side.
Whilst not producing the score many (including myself!) wanted, the role is still very SuperCoach friendly opening the batting and bowling some spin overs. He bowled two overs against the Sixers, so he didn’t gain the economy bonus (three overs), but the signs were promising.