BBL|11 Form Guide: Mujeeb & Nabi dominate with ball, Maxwell remains in form

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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T20 World Cup & 2 warm-up games – Australia

Glenn Maxwell 1-24(4) & 18(21), 37(28) & 0-10(1)

Adam Zampa 2-21(4), 2-17(4)

Aaron Finch 0(5), 8(10), 24(19)

Mitch Marsh 11(17), 0(1) & 0-17(2), 0-53(4) & 24(16)

Marcus Stoinis 24*(16), 41*(25) & 0-16(2), 28(23)

Matthew Wade 15*(10), 4*(1), 0(2)

Ashton Agar 1-14(2), 1-34(4) & 23(18)

Kane Richardson 3-24(4)

Josh Inglis 8*(2)

Glenn Maxwell continues to stand out, while Marcus Stoinis is making good runs, albeit at a slowish pace. There’s alarm bells about Aaron Finch’s form which may turn off some people for SuperCoach BBL despite his low price.

T20 World Cup & warm-up games – other nations

Mohammad Nabi 6*(3) & 3-2(4), 1-25(4) & 34*(29)

Mujeeb Ur Rahman 0-21(3), 3-24(4) & 0*(1)

Rashid Khan 0-14(3), DNB & 0(3)

Haris Rauf 1-25(4), 0-33(3), 2-32(4)

Sam Billings 27*(17)

Jason Roy 11(10), 0(1), 17(13)

Liam Livingstone 1(2), 1(2) & 1-29(3), 30(20) & 1-10(2)

Renegades BBL|10 import Mohammad Nabi had incredible figures of 3-2 in Afghanistan’s final World Cup warm-up, while Heat spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman bowled a maiden among his 3-24 too. Stars BBL|10 import Haris Rauf started economically in Pakistan’s win over India. The form of Scorchers BBL|10 import Liam Livingstone is a worry.

SA Premier Cricket 50-over games

Heat batsman Tom Cooper made a century, while Strikers all-rounder Liam Scott backed up his opening round century and 2fa, with another hundred along with three more wickets.

Tom Cooper 101(110) & 0-48(6)

Liam Scott 3-48(10) & 115*(100)

Spencer Johnson 3-36(10) & 5(6)

Alex Ross 0(2) & 1-0(0.1)

Peter Hatzoglou 24(67) & 3-37(10)

Nick Winter 4-33(9.5) & 2*(23)

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Queensland Premier Cricket, 2-day games

Strikers bat Matt Renshaw showed his ability with the ball with a 4fa, while cheap Heat bowler Matt Willans showed he can hit with a quickfire half-century. Xavier Bartlett still is not bowling as he recovers from injury.

Matt Renshaw 4-57(30)

Matt Willans 56(28)

Cam Boyce 3-67(19) & 9(32)

Simon Milenko 4-81(32)

James Bazley 0-6(8)

Max Bryant 0(1)

Josh Kann 32(57)

Xavier Bartlett 0(4)

Matt Kuhnemann 41(103) & 1-6(4)

WA Premier Cricket, 50-over games

Cameron Bancroft tonned up, while Aaron Hardie made a half-century but is still yet to resume bowling. Clint Hinchliffe continued his bright form with bat and ball.

Cameron Bancroft 117(140)

Aaron Hardie 66(98)

Liam O’Connor 0-55(10) & 1(11)

Clint Hinchliffe 70(93) & 3-37(10)

Jonathan Wells 1-21(3) & 15(39)

Cameron Gannon 3-29(10) & 79*(98)

Cory Rocchiccioli 4(5) & 3-32(10)

Sheffield Shield

Jhye Richardson had a back spasm on day two but got through the game in a positive sign ahead of BBL|11.

Josh Philippe 60(143), 2(7)

Jhye Richardson 34(49) & 1-5(2), 50(59) & 2-37(14)

Hilton Cartwright 30(70) & 4-23(7), 0(5) & 0-11(2)

Peter Siddle 2-53(20), 5-40(22.1)

Beau Webster 1-34(15) & 53*(60), 1-46(15) & 19(20)

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