BBL09 Supercoach Break Evens – Round 6

Updated: January 5, 2020

In what was a huge round with the two Melbourne teams having a DGW, we saw some huge scores.  No smoke and no rain this round helped us of course, but never the less it was a solid round for most.


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.

Team and Ground Averages

We still don’t really have enough data to confidently look at which grounds are the best and worst for scoring, but we do for which teams are scoring the most and which teams are the easiest to score against.

The Sixers are still the team scoring the most points averaging 555 per game.  Followed by the Stars with an average of 540.  Worst scoring teams are Renegades only averaging 420 points per game followed by Perth with 573 points per game.

The team giving up the most points per game average is also Perth with 573 points followed by the Renegades with 542 points per game.  Hardest teams to score against are the Stars only giving up 424 points per game and the Thunder giving up 466 points.


The Most Relevant

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It becomes a very tough navigation the next few rounds with teams on and off the byes and DGW’s week to week.  This week we have the Scorchers who are having a double so players like Chris Jordan, Fawad Ahmed, Josh Inglis, Mitch Marsh, Liam Livingstone and Cam Bancroft all need to come into consideration.  However buyer beware as the Scorchers also have the bye next round.

The Bye Team

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This is where the discussion around navigating rounds 5, 6 and 7 really come into play.  After having a double last round and having a double next round, the Stars have a bye in between.  So now it is a big question of who can you hold, who must be traded and who to look at for round 7.

The Internationals

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The Australian ODI squad for the tour of India has of course been announced.  The team includes Aaron Finch, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Peter Handscomb, Josh Hazlewood, Marnus Labuschagne, Kane Richardson, D’Arcy Short, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Ashton Turner, David Warner and Adam Zampa.  The team leaves for India on the 8th of January.


So that is it again for this round.  Any questions do not hesitate to hit us up on Twitter or Facebook.

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Written by Zane Scheffner (@OTLS_Zano).

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