BBL|11 Form Guide: Wildermuth century, blazing Bryant, Sandeep 4fa, Duckett runs

The 2021-22 Big Bash League may be three months out but there’s still form lines to monitor, particularly with jockeying for contracts and spots in XIs to be considered.

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Queensland 50-over Premier Cricket

Brisbane Heat all-rounder Jack Wildermuth was the pick of the bunch with a quickfire century along with two wickets. Thunder batsman Usman Khawaja also reached a half-century at decent pace.

Heat quick Mark Steketee took three wickets, along with Heat all-rounder James Bazley, while Marnus Labuschagne had an off day with both bat and ball. James Peirson blasted 92 from 91 balls, while Max Bryant also displayed good run scoring form with 82* from 67 balls.

Usman Khawaja 58(64)

Jack Wildermuth 113(88) & 2-41(9)

Cameron Boyce 0(2) & 1-67(10)

Mark Steketee 2(2) & 3-50(8.3)

James Bazley 3-52(10) & 17(18)

Marnus Labuschagne 1-94(10) & 6(9)

James Peirson 92(91)

Mitch Swepson 21*(35) & 2-37(9.3)

Matt Renshaw 1-25(10) & 40(72)

Joe Burns 9(13)

Matt Willans 1-38(9.2) & 0(0)

Arjun Nair 1 (9) & 0-28(4.3)

Michael Neser 0-15(5)

Hayden Kerr 2-16(5) & 0(2)

Matt Kuhnemann 1-18(4.5)

Max Bryant 82*(67)

Caribbean Premier League

Sixers re-signing Carlos Brathwaite produced some lusty knocks this week for the Jamaica Tallawahs, while Stars BBL|10 import Andre Fletcher struggled after a bright start to the tournament.

Tim David continues to be solid in his middle-order role, along with Colin Munro going at a run-a-ball in the top four. Imran Tahir, who was signed by the Renegades prior to BBL|10 before pulling out late, has been going well, sitting among the top wicket-takers.

Carlos Brathwaite 1-16(2) & 14(9), 58(40) & 0-8(1), 27(16)

Chris Green 0-31(4) & 9(11), 0*(0) & 0-26(3.1), 6(2) & 0-15(4)

Imad Wasim 1-13(4) & 11(7), 42(38) & 2-19(4)

Colin Munro 14(17), 34(34), 32(28)

Fawad Ahmed 0(1) & 0-27(4), 1-23(4) 0*(0), 0-19(2)

Keemo Paul 1-2(0.3) & DNB

Andre Fletcher 0(1), 23(19), 4(8)

Tim David 18*(7), DNB 0-7(1), 15(16)

Jason Holder 22(7) & 1-28(4), 9(14) & 0-24(2), 19(7) & 0-22(3)

Imran Tahir 1-29(4) & 0*(0), 3-34(4), 0-26(4) & 0(2), 1-14(4) & 2(2)

Nicholas Pooran 14(10), DNB, 41(26), 27(15)

Others

New Brisbane Heat signing Ben Duckett scored 59 and 44 for Nottinghamshire in the County Championship, while Will Jacks, who was with the Hobart Hurricanes last season, made 60 and 50 for Surrey and Thunder re-signing Sam Billings made 72 for Kent.

Hurricanes import Sandeep Lamichhane was Player of the Match with 4-35 from 10 overs as Nepal beat Papua New Guinea in an ODI.

Canes BBL|10 recruit Dawid Malan only managed 31 and 5 in the Fourth Test against India. He’s averaged 35.33 for the series, having played the past two Tests so it remains to be seen if he’ll hold his spot for this summer’s Ashes, impacting his availability.

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