BBL09 Supercoach Break Evens – Round 8

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Updated: January 11, 2020

In the history of the Big Bash we have seen 6 hat tricks.  So when we saw two on the one night over two games is something quite special.  That is what this round may be remembered for: the Khan and Rauf hat tricks.  As far as SuperCoach scores go, who cares when the cricket is this good.  However I do know that plenty do so I still have all the numbers below.

 

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 Averages

The Sixers are still the team scoring the most points averaging 554 per game.  Followed now by Brisbane who have jumped the Stars with an average of 528.  Worst scoring teams are Renegades only averaging 413 points per game followed by Perth with 458 points per game.

The team giving up the most points per game average is also Perth with 546 points followed by the Renegades with 538 points per game.  Hardest teams to score against are the Stars only giving up 402 points per game and the Sixers giving up 463 points.

The Best Run

The last piece of data we now have the ability to look at is who has the best run coming up.  Who is playing the teams that are the easiest to score against and who is playing the teams hardest to score against?

As you can see from the chart above, Sydney Sixers have the hardest next three games by quite a bit.  Followed then by Perth who have to play the Stars in two of their next three games.

Coming  into an easy run is Adelaide who play the Renegades and Brisbane twice.  Followed by the Stars who are really helped by those back to back games coming up against Perth.

 

Something Different

With this round having no byes or double games I thought rather than discuss who was best to bring in I would throw up some other random interesting stats from the season so far.

  • So far this season there has been 116 players play in the competition.
  • The Stars, Renegades and Sixers have all had the most using 16 players.
  • The Thunder, Perth and Adelaide have used the least with 13 players.
  • The SCG, Metricon, Optus, Marvel and Adelaide Oval have all had the most games played on them at 3 a piece.
  • There has been a total of 8,557 runs scored at a strike rate of 128.6.
  • There has been 1 hundred and 46 fifties.
  • There has been 6,621 balls bowled with an economy rate of 7.8.
  • 344 wickets with a total of 238 catches.
  • 686 fours and 298 sixes.
  • Amazingly The Renegades have scored the most runs with 1,276.
  • Marcus Stoinis has the most runs with 331 followed by Glenn Maxwell on 311.
  • Daniel Sams has the most wickets with 15.  Rauf has 14 from only his 4 games.
  • The Scorchers have the three worst bowlers for economy rates being Paris (12.00), Kelly (10.60) and Mitch Marsh (10.50). 
  • Jake Wetherald has hit the most fours with 30.
  • Glenn Maxwell has the most sixes with 18.
  • Handscomb has the most dismissals as a wicket keeper.
  • The two best opening stands have both been by Inglis and Livingstone with a total of 124 and 102.

 

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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