BBL|11 Form Guide: Mujeeb on fire but injured, Renshaw runs, Paris 5fa, another Ussie ton

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

Heat spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman ($208k BWL) had been dominating before suffering an injury which forced him to miss Afghanistan’s third game against Namibia. Mujeeb had BBL SC scores of 147 and 57 from their first two games. Rashid Khan ($198k BWL) is averaging 71.67 across three games.

Adam Zampa ($169k BWL) has been the pick of the Australians, scoring 65, 77 and 26 across all three games to average 56.

Ashton Agar DNP, DNP, 46

Aaron Finch 10, 62, 44

Matthew Wade 35, 20, 28

Adam Zampa 65, 77, 26

Glenn Maxwell 90, 7, 6

Marcus Stoinis 44, 18, 0

Mitch Marsh 11, 0, DNP

Mohammed Nabi 11, 61, 73

Rashid Khan 98, 58, 59

Mujeeb Ur Rahman 147, 57, DNP

Haris Rauf 38, 115, 49

Imad Washim 5, 57, 64

Liam Livingstone 11, 78, 65

Jason Roy 21, 96, 32

*all converted to BBL SC scores

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Marsh Cup

Strikers bat Matt Renshaw ($67k BAT/BWL) showed a bit of his potential value with a quickfire 76 from 62 balls for Queensland against Tasmania on Monday. Renshaw also made 120 in the Sheffield Shield during the week. Heat skipper Jimmy Peirson ($89k WKP/BAT) blasted 42 from 27 balls for Queensland in the Marsh Cup game.

In the same game, unsigned fast bowler Connor Sully took a 4fa for Queensland and he looms as a Heat potential replacement player who may provide competition for Matt Willans ($42k BWL), who continues to be overlooked at state level, to play in their double Round 1.

Jake Weatherald ($133k BAT) blasted 60 from 81 for SA against WA last week, but Renegades gun Shaun Marsh ($106k BAT) stole the show with 80* from 63 balls.

Sheffield Shield

Hurricanes recruit Joel Paris ($62k BWL) took a 5fa in WA’s Sheffield Shield win, also claiming Player of the Match honours. He also made 30 from 38 balls in the first innings.

Thunder bat Usman Khawaja ($93k BAT) scored back-to-back tons for Queensland to push his national call-up claims. Heat’s BBL|10 spinner Matt Kuhnemann was Player of the Match with a 10fa. Stars recruit Joe Burns ($91k BAT) also found some form with 79 and 46*.

Hurricanes wicketkeeper-bat Peter Handscomb ($81k WKP/BAT) made a century for Victoria, while Sixer Sean Abbott ($169k BWL) claimed a 6fa to ensure he’ll be part of either the Ashes squad or Australia A cohort early in the BBL season, so take him out of your Round 1 considerations.

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State cricket

Scorchers all-rounder Aaron Hardie ($103k BAT/BWL) blasted a stunning century although he is yet to return to bowling after off-season elbow surgery. Scorchers fast bowler Matt Kelly ($101k BWL) took a 6fa, while Lloyd Pope ($73k BWL) claimed a 3fa in SA and potential Heat opener Sam Heazlett ($97k BAT) scored a first-innings duck in Queensland.

WA Premier Cricket, two-day games

Aaron Hardie 179*(247)

Clint Hinchliffe 3-65(14)

Jonathon Wells 8(30)

Matt Kelly 6-75(24)

Andrew Tye 7(16) & 0-18(7)

Liam O’Connor 4-14(10)

SA Premier Cricket, two-day games

Lloyd Pope 3-82(34)

Liam Scott 5(6)

Wes Agar 0-38(9)

Peter Hatzoglou 0-47(23)

Tom Cooper 20*(18)

Ryan Gibson 0(2)

Spencer Johnson 1-2(2)

Queensland Premier Cricket, two-day games

Cam Boyce 9(32) & 1-42(9)

Sam Heazlett 0(3) & 2-22(4) & 13*(17)

Simon Milenko 49(40) & 1-47(8)

Jack Wood 80(53)

Josh Kann 0-35(10)

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