BBL|11 Form Guide: Curran’s IPL 3fa, Head’s record-breaking 230, Peirson & Ussie tons

Catch up on the latest form of BBL relevant players from across the globe, including international T20 leagues and domestic state competitions to help guide your SuperCoach selections.

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IPL Playoffs

Stars all-rounder Marcus Stoinis ($163k BAT/BWL) returned from injury but did not bowl. Glenn Maxwell‘s ($195k BAT/BWL) fine season came to an end, while Sixers import Tom Curran ($201k BAT/BWL) marked his only appearance in the UAE leg with a 3fa.

Marcus Stoinis 18(23) & DNB

Glenn Maxwell 15(18) & 0-25(3)

Dan Christian 9(8) & 0-29(1.4)

George Garton 0*(0) & 0-29(3)

Tom Curran 0*(1) & 3-29(3.4)

Marsh Cup

Travis Head ($151k BAT/BWL) garnered most attention with his record-breaking 230 from 127 balls, although that’ll enhance his Ashes selection chances, meaning he’ll likely miss most of the BBL. Heat recruit Michael Neser ($127k BAT/BWL) showed off his all-round talent, while Scorchers pair Ashton Turner ($84k BAT) and Andrew Tye ($133k BWL) impressed and Riley Meredith ($134k BWL) returned to action with a 3fa. Jordan Silk ($130k BAT), whose Sixers have the double in Round 1, scored a nice 90*.

Travis Head 230(127)

Jake Weatherald 97(103)

Alex Carey 12(17)

Michael Neser 2-85(10) & 55(30)

Jack Wildermuth 2-62(9) & 37(18)

Sam Heazlett 93(59)

Usman Khawaja 12(8)

Joe Burns 27(34)

Jimmy Peirson 8(9)

Josh Philippe 0(7)

Shaun Marsh 15(27)

Ashton Turner 100(121)

Andrew Tye 44(31) & 4-39(10)

Riley Meredith 3-41(10)

Peter Siddle 3-31(8.1)

Beau Webster 2-48(9) & 39(59)

Ben McDermott 57(63)

Jordan Silk 90*(99)

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WA Premier Cricket, 50-over games

Stars all-rounder Clint Hinchliffe ($63k BAT/BWL) impressed with ball and bat, while Scorchers all-rounder Aaron Hardie ($103k BAT/BWL) hit a century, although he’s still not bowling.

Liam O’Connor 5-26(9)

Clint Hinchliffe 66(56) & 5-12(5)

David Moody 2(10) & 2-33(8.3)

Jonathon Wells 39(51) & 0-51(9)

Aaron Hardie 136*(143)

Liam Guthrie 3-47(9.5)

SACA Premier Cricket, 50-over games

Young Strikers all-rounder Liam Scott ($62k BAT/BWL)put together a fine game with bat and ball, while Scorchers recruit Peter Hatzoglou ($131k BWL) took a 3fa.

Liam Scott 109(102) & 2-31(10)

Spencer Johnson 3-36(10)

Peter Hatzoglou 3-22(8.3)

Nick Winter 16(18) & 0-34(9)

Wes Agar 5*(6) & 0-51(10)

Tom Cooper 0-43(8) & 1(4)

Queensland Premier Cricket, two-day games, day 2

Sixers BBL|10 replacement player Gurinder Sandhu scored his second century of the season, while Heat bat Sam Heazlett ($97k BAT) missed out on a chance to press his claims for their opening spot.

Gurinder Sandhu 107*(161)

Lachy Pfeffer 143(263)

Nick Bertus 46(84)

Connor Sully 1-52(19)

Sam Heazlett 5(8)

Simon Milenko 45(25)

Jack Sinfield 5(11)Β·

Max Bryant 1-6(2)

Josh Kann 1-42(13)

Nick Larkin 37(42)

Matt Willans 15*(24)

Jack Wood 1(4) & 1-100(19)

Arjun Nair 13(14)

Sheffield Shield

We tend to not put much impetus on Shield performances when it comes to BBL, given they are totally differing formats, but centuries to Usman Khawaja ($93k BAT) and Jimmy Peirson ($89k WKP/BWL) are definitely worth noting, along with the form of Mark Steketee ($153k BWL), Travis Head ($151k BAT/BWL) and Alex Carey ($163k BAT/WKP) when it comes to Ashes and Australia A selection given those direct implications with the BBL schedule.

Usman Khawaja 13(52) & 174(294)

Jimmy Peirson 16(45) & 132(155)

Daniel Worrall 4-49(17) & 2-83(32)

Travis Head 55(62) & 23(41)

Alex Carey 32(40) & 66*(115)

Mark Steketee 7-44(26.4) & 3-48(24)

Josh Philippe 60(143)

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