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Kelly was perhaps the most impressive performance in Round 1 of the BBL.
He was most impressive with the ball in hand and scored an unbelievable 121 and showed he can bowl at different stages of the innings.
There were some question marks over his long-term position in the team with Tymal Mills suiting up soon, but one would presume a performance like that would mean that he has earnt a position in the XI for a little while now. The Round 4 double only enhances the appeal.
Josh Inglis – 5.7 % ownership
It looks like he will be back for Round 3 for the Scorchers. Put simply, this guy can play and looks like he will have many more opportunities with the bat with the Scorchers not having their English duo to open their batting this year.
The Scorchers have the double in Round 4 and do not have a bye directly after it like many teams do this year. He is also reasonably priced at $133,800. He could be a very smart trade in and a great POD play at this moment in time.