BBL Fantasy Break Evens – Round 10

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Updated: January 24, 2018

So, here we are.  We have made it.  Round 10: the last round of the year.  For some of us it is a great feeling as this season is finally over.  For others the excitement as they are actually in finals or up there in the rankings.  So this is the last week break evens mean anything at all, and even this week, they are a lot less meaningful than other rounds.  So this is a slightly cut down article this week.

Break Evens

What we have done is worked out – roughly – what the most relevant Break Evens may be going into this round.

Now for the disclaimer: these are not perfect as we do not know the exact formula.  However, we do believe we have it close enough to give us a good idea of what a players’ Break Even may be.  Do not use these as 100% correct, they are to be used as a guide to help you with trading.  Of course there are still other factors to consider, but this is one worth considering too.

Player Break Even Price
Handscomb -7 $37,800
Milenko -7 $37,200
Carey -5 $106,600
Agar -1 $106,000
Green 10 $83,700
Head 11 $75,800
Paris 11 $38,500
Bancroft 21 $58,400
Hastings 23 $59,100
Vince 26 $58,000
Ludeman 30 $32,400
Ingram 31 $58,600
Wildermuth 31 $64,700
Pollard 35 $51,300
Cartwright 37 $58,400
Henriques 37 $49,200
Laughlin 40 $65,700
Burns 43 $70,500
Abbott 44 $81,600
Voges 45 $26,600
Wade 45 $50,800
Pierson 46 $35,800
Maddinson 49 $68,700
Ross 50 $38,100
Faulkner 52 $60,300
Stanlake 52 $67,600
Braithwaite 52 $87,400
Turner 54 $58,800
White 58 $76,200
Dunk 60 $42,800
Klinger 64 $52,800
Sandhu 65 $53,500
Archer 66 $100,500
McCleneghan 67 $57,300
Watson 67 $78,900
Lynn 69 $95,200
Nair 72 $59,800
Cutting 76 $62,000
Rose 78 $44,300
Ahmed 80 $79,800
Bravo 81 $88,700
Hogg 83 $47,500
Dwarshuis 87 $68,800
Cooper 88 $73,700
McCullum 91 $72,500
Boyce 91 $45,200
Shah 93 $65,500
Christian 94 $58,700
Maxwell 97 $105,000
Swepson 100 $54,800
Lyon 102 $98,700
Worrall 105 $56,300
Steketee 107 $68,900
Pietersen 108 $66,200
Khan 115 $86,500
Johnson 117 $77,400
Neser 133 $77,300
Khawaja 151 $110,100
Short 205 $124,700

 

The Most Relevant

Tim Ludeman

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If you need a cheap option for the DGW, this is the one to gamble on.  Not in the greatest of form but it is T20 so anything can happen.  Cheap enough if you are short on coin.

Jack Wildermuth

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Wildermuth has been playing some pretty good cricket and is a must consider / target with this weeks limited DGW games.

Kieron Pollard

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Pollard is almost the first to target considering what his price is for this round.  The risk is a lot lower than a lot of the other players out there.

Dwayne Bravo

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Bravo hasn’t had his best ever T20 tournament, but is one that you almost certainly want for the DGW. Comes at a hefty price but sometimes you just need to spend the money.

Tom Cooper

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Cooper has been in pretty good form for most of the tournament.  Not setting any records, but solid enough often enough for him to be in the mix for this round.

Usman Khawaja

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Reports are that Ussie will miss with a dodgy hammy, so you may want to get off and get off now.

Michael Neser

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If you are tossing up on who to get rid of out of 2 or 3 bowlers around the same position as Neser, he may be top of the list here.  Price is good enough to do something with elsewhere if need be.

Kevin Piertersen

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If you still have KP from the round befores DGW, it is probably too late to do anything with him now.  Probably just need to ride it out and cross fingers from here.

Daniel Worrall

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Hopefully most took note last week when we spoke about how poorly he had been bowling and stayed clear.  But if not, you are now in a really tricky situation as to what you would do with him.  If you get a luxury trade then he has to be on the cards as one of the first to be chopped.

The Bye Team

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As we know the Sixers season is now over.  With no way of making finals that the last round bye there isn’t much to talk about here.  You can obviously trade out any Sixers players you have, or do what I have and hold two on the bench to loophole a captain.  Either way, it is here nor there.

The Dual Game Round Team

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With the Gades pushing hard for finals, they are going to have to go all out to beat the Thunder and the Heat.  However, with both the Thunder and the Heat way out of form and struggling, they should get the job done on both fronts.  There isn’t a lot of Gades players to really chase hard.  The likes of Bravo, Wildermuth and Pollard are probably the best three, followed by Cooper.  Hogg, Richardson and Ludeman bring up the rear of the pack and show some risk reward.

So that is it again for this round.  Any questions do not hesitate to hit us up on Twitter or Facebook.  Good luck over the next four rounds.  I think we will all need it.


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Written by Zane Scheffner (@OTLS_Zano).

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