After six rounds, most SuperCoaches will have noted the volatility of SuperCoach BBL scores. While six rounds is a good sample size, the variance means form and momentum must be monitored.
As the season goes, player roles change due to needs, injuries or form, teams improve or get worse, players find their groove, the venues change affecting performance etc.
The list of variables is endless, but the point is the same, momentum is critical in SuperCoach BBL. Ignore it at your peril.
Being aware of form fluctuations and momentum will ensure you don’t become too loyal to players who previously served you well but are no longer delivering.
This also plays a key role in your future plans, with double game rounds approaching, where you may be basing decisions on the six-round sample size, but the three-game average is a critical measure too.
BEST CURRENT THREE-GAME AVERAGES
Mujeeb Ur Rahman
*must have played in past 2 rounds
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