The Recent SuperCoach Scores From Around The World

Many of the relevant BBL SuperCoach and BBL Fantasy options have been playing in their countries overseas ODI and T20 matches. In this article we will take a look at some of the best options and their recent SuperCoach scores and averages.

Australia Tour of the UAE

Australia played Pakistan in a three game T20 series and admittedly struggled. The Aussies lost all three games and left many fans of Australian cricket disappointed. However, their were some good individual performances from the Aussie players throughout the three games. See the scores and averages of the most relevant BBL listed players from the three game series below.

Nathan Coulter-Nile, $125,000, Scorchers

Game 1: 54, Game 2: 141, Game 3: 6, Avg: 67 points.

AJ Tye, $246,800, Scorchers

Game 1: 110, Game 2: 6, Game 3: 67, Avg: 61 points

D’Arcy Short, $258,900, Hurricanes

Game 1: 44, Game 2: 65, Game 3: 19, Avg: 42 points

Glenn Maxwell, $175,000, Stars

Game 1: 2, Game 2: 69, Game 3: 4, Avg: 25 points

Alex Carey, $199,600, Strikers

Game 1: 1, Game 2: 11, Game 3: 37, Avg: 16 points

Ben McDermott, $115,300, Hurricanes

Game 1: 20, Game 2: 3, Game 3: 26, Avg: 16 points

Chris Lynn, $202,000, Heat

Game 1: 16, Game 2: 9, Game 3: 19, Avg: 14 points

Coulter-Nile and Tye were Australia’s best players in the series and their scores replicated that. Coulter-Nile looks a huge bargain, fit again and priced at 125k! Lock him in. Lynn averaged the least points in the series with 14 points, struggling like many of his team mates. Short averaged the third most points with 42 however, his points came predominantly from his bowling and catches as he failed with the bat scoring 10, 2 and 4.

England V Sri Lanka T20I

England took on Sri Lanka in a one off T20 game on Sri Lanka’s home deck. Denly, Buttler and Jordan were the three BBL listed players to take part in the game and their scores are listed below.

Joe Denly, $186,800, Sixers: 163 points

Chris Jordan, $141,000, Thunder (replacement player from round 7): 67 points

Jos Buttler, $160,200, Thunder: 22 points

Joe Denly was the star of the game, the Sixers international took 4/19 and made 20 runs with the bat. Seeing Denly take 4 wickets in an International game after opening in  games he played for the Sixers last season was very exciting and makes him an enticing option in Fantasy formats for BBL08.

PM’s XI V SA One Day practice game

Some of Australia’s best young talent played in a one off one-day game against the Proteas. The Aussies came away with the victory and there was some very impressive performances from BBL listed players.

Usman Qadir, $93,800, Scorchers: 160

Jason Sangha, $42,000, Thunder: 148

Jason Behrendorff, $125,000, Scorchers: 123

Josh Phillipe, price unknown, Scorchers: 116

Jack Edwards, $42,000, Sixers: 21

Sam Heazlett, $62,500, Heat: 12

Max Bryant, $42,000, Heat: 7

Please note: Some of these scores will be inflated due to more overs per bowler allowing more dot ball points and lower economy rates being more common in one-day cricket compared to T20 cricket.

Australia V South Africa ODI Series

Australia and South Africa played three ODI games against each other in which South Africa triumphed Australia 2-1. Although the Aussies lost the series their were some good performances from BBL listed players.

Marcus Stoinis, $227,900, Stars

Game 1: 156, Game 2: 171, Game 3: 140, Avg: 156 points

Shaun Marsh, $103,900, Scorchers

ODI Game 2: 28, ODI Game 3: 135, Avg: 81

Nathan Coulter-Nile, $125,000, Scorchers

One game: 79 points

Alex Carey, $199,600, Strikers

Game 1: 35, Game 2: 61, Game 3: 76, Avg: 57 points

Glenn Maxwell, $175,000, Stars

Game 1: 16, Game 2: 16, Game 3: 82, Avg: 38 points

Chris Lynn, $202,000, Heat

Game 1: 27, Game 2: 71, Game 3: 0, Avg: 33 points

Aaron Finch, $194,000, Renegades

Game 1: 15, Game 2: 45, Game 3: 22, Avg: 27 points

Travis Head, $207,500, Strikers

Game 1: 1, Game 2: 11, Game 3: 7, Avg: 6

D’Arcy Short, $258,900, Hurricanes

One game: 0 points

Please note: Some of these scores will be inflated due to more overs per bowler allowing more dot ball points and lower economy rates being more common in one-day cricket compared to T20 cricket.

CAXI V South Africa 

South Africa played a one off practice T20 game against the youth of Australian cricket and older players trying to find their way into the national team.

Gurinder Sandhu, $133,800, Thunder: 71

Ben Cutting, $130,500, Heat: 65

Alex Ross, $83,100, Heat: 60

Max Bryant, $42,000, Heat: 57

AJ Tye, $246,800, Scorchers: 38

Jason Behrendorff, $125,000, Scorchers: 30 

Fhawad Ahmed, $152,700, Thunder: 27

Chris Green, $155,600, Thunder: 6

Ben McDermott, $115,300, Hurricanes: 2

Sandhu continues his JLT Cup best XI form with a nice 71 points against the quality side of the Proteas. Heat trio Cutting, Ross and Bryant were impressive to watch. At $42k if Bryant is named in Heat’s XI you would have to consider him especially with his DGW first up. Tye took 0/55 but was lucky to get points from a catch and making 14 off 4 with the bat.

Australia V South Africa T10I

It’s not often you see T10 International games but that’s exactly what the rain caused for Australia’s game against South Africa.

Glenn Maxwell, $175,000, Stars: 118

Nathan Coulter-Nile, $125,000, Scorchers: 57

AJ Tye, $246,800, Scorchers: 52

Alex Carey, $199,600, Strikers: 34

Chris Lynn, $202,000, Heat: 21

Ben McDermott, $115,300, Hurricanes: 14

D’Arcy Short, $258,900, Hurricanes: 10

Marcus Stoinis, $227,900, Stars: 8

Jason Behrendorff, $125,000, Scorchers: 2

Maxwell dominated in all three areas of the game making 38 off 23 with the bat, taking two catches and getting a wicket from his two overs featuring an economy of 7 runs per over. Coulter-Nile and Tye both bowled brilliantly in their two overs taking two wickets. Behrendorff was unlucky, only getting one over due to the game being shortened to ten overs because of the rain, his two points came from two dot balls. Short got out for a golden but scored ten points from taking a catch to remove Dave Miller off Tye’s bowling.

Sandeep Lamichhane, $62,500, Stars, IPL Scores

Game 1: 45, Game 2: 55, Game 3: 110, Avg: 70

Very impressive numbers from the spinner of Nepalese heritage. Stars have a genuine superstar on their hand and he is the biggest lock of them all. IPL is arguably the hardest T20 comp in the world to play in and the 18 year old smashed it with his first go at it.

Well there you have it! The BBL listed players International recent SuperCoach scores.

Australia V India T20I

Game one of the Australia V India Gillette T20 series has been completed and it was the Aussies taking the chocolates. The Supercoach scores from the game can be seen below.

Marcus Stoinis, $227,900, Stars

Game 1: 104 Game 2: 5 Game 3: 39, Avg: 49

Glenn Maxwell, $175,000, Stars

Game 1: 86, Game 2: 20 Game 3: 59, Avg: 55

Adam Zampa, $122,000, Stars

Game 1: 75 Game 2: N/A Game 3: 51, Avg: 63

Chris Lynn, $202,000, Heat

Game 1: 73 Game 2: 16 Game 3: 17, Avg: 35

Jason Behrendorff, $125,000, Scorchers

Game 1: 62 Game 2: N/A Game 3: DNP, Avg: 62

Aaron Finch, $194,000, Renegades

Game 1: 43 Game 2: 0 Game 3: 37, Avg: 27

Billy Stanlake, $137,500, Strikers

Game 1: 31 Game 2: DNP Game 3: DNP, Avg: 31

AJ Tye, $246,800, Scorchers

Game 1: 27 Game 2: 14 Game 3: 34, Avg: 25

Alex Carey, $199,600, Strikers

Game 1: 15 Game 2: 4 Game 3: 49, Avg: 23

D’Arcy Short, $258,900, Hurricanes

Game 1: 8 Game 2: 16 Game 3: 42, Avg: 22

Ben McDermott, $115,300, Hurricanes

Game 1: 2 Game 2: 38 Game 3: 0, Avg: 13

Nathan Coulter-Nile, $125,000, Scorchers

Game 1: DNP Game 2: 32 Game 3: 35, Avg: 33

Game one notes: McDermott didn’t get much of a chance being 2 not out of just his three balls faced. Maxwell was in stunning form making a slick 46 runs. Behrendorff was smashed with an economy of 10.55 however, he managed to take a wicket and take three catches. The game was also affected by rain meaning the game was reduced to 17 overs per side.

Note that game 2 scores was from just 19 overs of cricket in which the Australian’s batted due to the rain affecting play.

N/A = Didn’t have the chance to bat or bowl.

DNP = Didn’t play the game.


3 thoughts on “The Recent SuperCoach Scores From Around The World

  1. If you are discouraged that I haven’t commented on anything recently, don’t be… I’m preoccupied. I plan to address all of these pages once B.B.L. is closer to starting. I have them all bookmarked and I can’t wait to read this particular article with in-depth detail! 😀

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