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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby andy » Wed Jan 23, 2019 4:23 pm

meninblue wrote:Whoever has picked Shakib will top this week imo. He scored loads of points in back to back matches in BPL.



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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Thu Jan 24, 2019 9:51 pm

Callum Ferguson will be there or there abouts with a 50 and a 100 in his last two innings.
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby sussexpob » Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:04 pm

The Professor wrote:Virat Kohli will be rested for the last two ODIs against New Zealand as well as the T20I series that follows. Rohit Sharma will lead in his absence


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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Dr Cricket » Fri Jan 25, 2019 2:49 am

good for me with the gill pick, I essentially picked him for the 2020 and 2021 season he is the next superstar of indian cricket.
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby ianp1970 » Sat Jan 26, 2019 9:54 am

Another 4 for Kudleep today :)
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Jan 26, 2019 7:36 pm

Do you think it's possible to celebrate your individual success at the end of a week where your team has performed poorly? This is the quandary faced by Cricketer of the Week Shakib Al Hasan. Personally the player has picked up 314 points which sees him to the top of the table this week and also helps him overtake Simon Harmer into top spot for the year. From a team perspective, his Dhaka franchise have lost back to back for the first time in this year's competition, ruining their run of just a single loss in 7 games. The talented allrounder loves a spell of success at the start of the year. His Cricketer of the Week accolade in Week 4 of this year's completion mirrors where he won the corresponding week in 2018. The key to his success is the sheer amount of games he has played so early in the year, but with an earlier IPL and then the World Cup he could keep this pressure up. His seven wickets this week also helped him to be the first player in the BPL to claim 100 wickets - a continuation of players on our list performing disproportionately better in their home T20 tournament than elsewhere.

I'll hold my hands up and say that calling Kuldeep Yadav inconsistent last week was a mistake. Instead I would now like to say he is consistently inconsistent. The last three weeks has seen him go from top spot, to failing to register a point and being dropped from the team and then last week to finishing in third place and reclaiming a place in the top five overall. To add to this consistency dilemma, his two performances against New Zealand have both been consistently similar. He bowled ten overs in both games, he claimed four wickets in both games, he leaked only six runs more in the second game than he did the first. Spinners need to find themselves a bit of rhythm in order to regularly get good figures and Yadav is being allowed to find that rhythm in New Zealand. He is amazingly precocious for a 24 year old . We heap plaudits on Virat Kohli for the young age at which he breaks records, but today Yadav drew equal with Anil Kumble's record for four or more wickets in ODI internationals outside Asia - and he did it in 76 fewer games. No mean feat in an era purported to be batter friendly. He really is one to watch.

People have been pouring praise on Callum Ferguson's sumptuous 113 off 53 balls for the Sydney Thunder against Perth this week...and if we awarded points for tenacity, grit, style and flair, Ferguson would be streets ahead of Shakib. It up there with Marlon Samuels' display in 2012 and Mike Hussey's 60 off 24 as one of the finest T20 batting displays I have ever seen. The closest we do get to awarding players for their showmanship is the points allocated for Strike Rate - it is a rare treat to award 40 points but Ferguson feels like he deserves even more for his strike rate of 213. This is no flash in the pan for the Sydney captain, as he also bagged a half century off 36 balls in the previous game against the Melbourne Renegades. It seems like he has felt he can really let loose now that Jos Buttler has left for international duties. It seems fitting that Ferguson is our biggest mover on the overall table this week - leaping from 16th place last week to seventh. With another five games for the Sydney Thunder in this seemingly unending BBL, we may see Ferguson really rack up some points in this form.

Week

Shakib Al Hasan - 314
Callum Ferguson - 275
Kuldeep Yadav- 260
Shreyas Iyer - 180
Rohit Sharma - 137
Kane Williamson - 134
Virat Kohli - 98
Duanne Olivier - 70
Joe Burns - 45
Rashid Khan - 25
Glenn Maxwell - 20

Mohammad Abbas - dnp
Jonny Bairstow- dnp
Jos Buttler - dnp
Shubman Gill - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Jack Leach- dnp
Jeetan Patel - dnp
Joe Root- dnp
Ben Stokes - dnp

Shai Hope - ytp
Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp
Wayne Parnell - ytp

Overall

Shakib Al Hasan - 779
Simon Harmer - 500
Duanne Olivier - 491
Kuldeep Yadav - 483
Rohit Sharma - 402
Glenn Maxwell - 396
Callum Ferguson - 381
Kane Williamson - 366
Virat Kohli- 334
Joe Root- 288
Rashid Khan - 287
Mohammad Abbas - 260
Shreyas Iyer - 180
Ben Stokes - 166
Jonny Bairstow - 142
Joe Burns - 137
Jos Buttler - 131
Shubman Gill - 129
Jeetan Patel - 91
Jack Leach - 65
Shai Hope - ytp
Morne Morkel - ytp
Wayne Parnell - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Headlines

Andy takes a Shakib inspired lead
DFM goes from top scorer to zero points
The Professor overtakes DC out of bottom spot.


Week

Andy - 314
Alviro - 275
Ian - 260
SussexPob - 232
The Professor - 225
MIB - 137
RDJ - 70
GG-AS - 25
RD - 20
Arthur - 0
DFM - 0

Overall

Andy - 779
DFM - 760
Sussex - 700
MIB - 544
RDJ - 491
Ian - 474
Arthur - 419
RD - 396
Alviro- 381
GG-AS - 352
The Professor- 317
DC - 295
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Jan 26, 2019 9:20 pm

well done Prof. This time last year I had nobody playing and was lying second off bottom, so I take this as progress. Interestingly, Shakib was the player of the week then too, and andy had almost the same score (791) as he does now.
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sun Feb 03, 2019 1:04 pm

The English National Team's performance against the West Indies has been unspeakably abysmal. This being said we cannot tar all players with the same brush - and Ben Stokes' performances have stood out in the two Tests that factor into this week's scoring. On the rare occasions when England had the rub of the green, it was Stokes' bowling which was the cause. In fact I would go so far to say that the team were often turning to Stokes for inspiration when the chips were down - this was especially the case in the Stuart Broad-less first Test. For a player who was brought into the Test set up for his batting, he has now become a player that can be relied on to send down over 25 overs per innings as he has done in each of the full three West Indian innings. It is lazy to say that this is Ben Stokes asking for forgiveness for his indiscretions last year, but his sacrifice for the team is laudable. The area where he does let England down is the batting he was brought into the team to do. If his 59 runs from four innings was increased by just another 50 or so we would be dealing with a player who would be exceptionally hard to ignore when it comes to exultant praise. It is, however, hard to praise a player for heroism when his team has been so badly drubbed (a conversation that we had last week about Shakib Al Hasan) but we must not throw the little ginger baby out with the particularly disgusting bath water.

In a similar way, we do need to explore those players who are playing poorly. Some would be surprised to see Joe Root in the top five for the week and in the top ten overall. To explain this away we need to look at Root as a captain compared to Root as a batsman. When you are a captain you are asked to contribute all around the field and put yourself in the front line for everything. This is something that Root always does very well. Before his captaincy almost all of Root's Test points would have come from his success with the bat - this week 23% of his points came from fielding with 46% coming from his bowling. This does rather highlight that he only scored 40 runs in four innings in total. This is not just a blip. Over his last 6 Test innings, Root has scored 93 runs at an average of 15.5. This week also saw his average drop to below 50 for the first time in the last few years. Clearly his performance with the bat is a concern and there is only so long he can bolster this with performances from the other disciplines. With a World Cup and a home Ashes series on the horizon, Root looks dangerously exposed.

Kohli and Williamson both have 444 at the end of Week 5 of the 2019 season. This is a pleasing little statistic, made even more pleasing by the repetitive nature of the number and the fact these two captain's have only played against each other. However it also exposes a number of things from these two players - who, lest we forget, were once bundled together alongside Root and Smith, as the Fab Four. The first thing we need to bear in mind is that due to the strenuous year ahead (and in an effort not to annoy the IPL) the BCCI has allowed Kohli to toddle off for a little nap for the remainder of the series. This means that Williamson has played one more game to get to this figure than Kohli has. A fact that is exposed by the two players batting averages - Kohli's (46.29) is almost ten more than Williamson (36.75). This shows the gulf in class between these players. It is also worth bearing in mind that Williamson is playing in home conditions and that Kohli is a tourist. Something else that we need to consider regarding Kohli is his consistency compared to Williamson. For the first two weeks, Williamson was third and then first on our overall list - he has now dropped to eighth despite playing considerably more than those around him. On the other hand Kohli has yet to grace our top five for any given week or overall in 2019. Instead he has been grinding away with very regularly impressive performances. This is exactly the same model that he adopted in 2018 - a season that saw him finish fourth overall. He is setting himself up for similar success this year. On the other hand, Williamson just scrapped into the top ten - again, a position he was used to inhabiting in 2018. Are our retained players reverting to type?

Week

Ben Stokes - 359
Shakib Al Hasan - 256
Shai Hope - 174
Jonny Bairstow - 168
Joe Root - 130
Rohit Sharma - 116
Jos Buttler - 115
Virat Kohli - 110
Jeetan Patel - 96
Rashid Khan - 93
Kane Williamson - 78
Callum Ferguson - 64
Wayne Parnell - 52
Glenn Maxwell - 43
Kuldeep Yadav - 35
Shreyas Iyer - 23
Shubman Gill - 16

Mohammad Abbas - dnp
Joe Burns- dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Jack Leach - dnp
Duanne Olivier - dnp

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Overall

Shakib Al Hasan - 1035
Rohit Sharma - 518
Kuldeep Yadav - 518
Simon Harmer - 500
Duanne Olivier - 491
Callum Ferguson - 445
Virat Kohli- 444
Kane Williamson - 444
Glenn Maxwell - 439
Joe Root- 418
Ben Stokes - 359
Rashid Khan - 380
Jonny Bairstow - 310
Mohammad Abbas - 260
Jos Buttler - 246
Shreyas Iyer - 203
Jeetan Patel - 187
Shai Hope - 174
Shubman Gill - 145
Joe Burns - 137
Jack Leach - 65
Wayne Parnell - 52

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Headlines

Andy - and Shakib- are the first to break 1000 points.

DC is the biggest mover.

Week

Andy - 430
MIB - 284
Arthur - 245
SussexPob- 188
Ian - 131
Alviro- 116
GG-AS - 93
RD - 43
The Professor - 23
DFM - 0
RDJ - 0

Overall

Andy - 1209
Sussex - 888
MIB - 828
DFM - 760
DC - 670
Arthur - 664
Ian - 605
Alviro- 497
RDJ - 491
GG-AS - 445
RD - 439
The Professor- 340
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sun Feb 03, 2019 7:45 pm

nil point again

hey ho

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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sun Feb 03, 2019 8:15 pm

Durhamfootman wrote:nil point again

hey ho

cheers Prof


Two weeks of 0 points....and stil 4th.

Mustn't grumble eh?
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:18 pm

He was a spent force in Australian Cricket. He was well on his way to being put out to pasture. He could have easily gone the way of famous Australian discards such as Martin Love, Michael Bevan and Michael Klinger. But then two Australians got banned and changed the face of the Australian Test team, leading to a recall for Joe Burns and a classy century against Sri Lanka last weekend. This has paved his way to his debut Cricketer of the Week accolade - the first awarded to an Australian batsmen since we started in January 2018. The 229 points scored by Burns this week sees him rocket into the top ten of our overall rankings after languishing in the bottom three of active players last week. This performance was more important than sealing a victory over Sri Lanka - it also puts his name in the frame for the Ashes touring party irregardless of the inclusion of Messrs. Smith and/or Warner. In the short term, Burns will be looking forward to joining back up with Queensland for the second half of the Sheffield Shield season. From his six games thus far in the competition, he is averaging 47.20 so it is very likely he will be hovering around the top ten as the Australian summer continues.

He has had a phenomenal BPL. Despite his Dhaka team losing the final of the BBL, Shakib Al Hasan's position as the Best Cricketer in the World in 2019 is pretty emphatic. He has a 532 point lead over second place Rohit Sharma and finds himself in a dominant position after six weeks. This time last year he was in 12th position - a placing he finally settled in after the year was out - and had 608 points - nearly half his current yield. You may think this is down to the sheer amount of games the Bangladesh captain has played. With 14 games so far in 2019, Shakib averages a strong 83.64 points per game. The aforementioned second placed Rohit Sharma averages 58.09 from his 11 games for India whilst third place Glenn Maxwell has 57.5 for his 10 games across the BBL and for Australia. We always said that, when fit, Shakib was a force to be reckoned with - and with his finger injury finally fully fixed, it seems like we are seeing Shakib at his very best. The fun does not stop here for Shakib, as next week sees the start of a tour to New Zealand. How long can Shakib stay in top spot?

Rashid Khan does seem to struggle more in the BBL than he does in other competitions. He prefers shorter and sharper bursts of cricket where he can feast on tired batsmen's aching limbs. We have seen this in the differences between his point scoring in longer competitions like the BBL and the T20 Blast compared to the complete devastation that he created in the ICC World Cup Qualifying Tournament last year. That being said, Rashid is performing way under par so far in 2019. Rashid was something of a three-fer king in 2019 but so far in 2019 he has failed to get above a brace - with his best figures for Adelaide being 2/21 against Sydney Thunder. He has achieved a brace in 4 of his ten games this year, with one wicket in another 4 and 2 games passing by wicketless. His economies are also well down on what we would expect from the Afghanistan spinner. It has been a tough year for Rashid personally, after the death of his father in mid January, however he will hope that he can return to his destructive Best as soon as possible. After six weeks he is in tenth position with 432 - at this point last year he was in 9th with 660.

Week

Joe Burns- 229
Shakib Al Hasan - 136
Glenn Maxwell - 136
Rohit Sharma - 121
Kane Williamson - 104
Callum Ferguson - 67
Rashid Khan - 52
Jeetan Patel - 30

Mohammad Abbas - dnp
Jonny Bairstow- dnp
Jos Buttler - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Shai Hope - dnp
Shreyas Iyer - dnp
Virat Kohli - dnp
Jack Leach - dnp
Duanne Olivier - dnp
Wayne Parnell - dnp
Joe Root- dnp
Kuldeep Yadav - dnp

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Overall

Shakib Al Hasan - 1171
Rohit Sharma - 639
Glenn Maxwell - 575
Kane Williamson - 548
Kuldeep Yadav - 518
Callum Ferguson - 512
Simon Harmer - 500
Duanne Olivier - 491
Virat Kohli- 444
Rashid Khan - 432
Joe Root- 418
Joe Burns - 366
Ben Stokes - 359
Jonny Bairstow - 310
Mohammad Abbas - 260
Jos Buttler - 246
Jeetan Patel - 217
Shreyas Iyer - 203
Shai Hope - 174
Shubman Gill - 145
Jack Leach - 65
Wayne Parnell - 52

Morne Morkel - ytp
Abdur Razzak- ytp

Headlines

Low scoring week.
Big changes amongst the bottom 4
Very little change at the top.

Week

The Professor- 229
Andy - 136
RD - 136
MIB - 121
SussexPob - 104
Alviro - 67
GG-AS - 52
Ian - 30
Arthur - 0
DFM - 0
RDJ - 0

Overall

Andy - 1315
Sussex - 992
MIB - 949
DFM - 760
DC - 670
Arthur - 664
Ian - 635
RD - 575
The Professor- 569
Alviro- 564
GG-AS - 497
RDJ - 491
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby andy » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:31 pm

Shakib fractured his finger :(
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:32 pm

Oh man.

Can't believe I missed that!
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby meninblue » Sat Feb 09, 2019 6:52 pm

andy wrote:Shakib fractured his finger :(



This was bound to happen. He got a finger injury in nets before ODI series against WI. But still he played that series. He also played BPL where he was having issues with finger.

Last year too he was out for two months due to finger injury iirc. Probably before SA series ?
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Re: 2019 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby meninblue » Sat Feb 09, 2019 7:10 pm

Rohit at 2nd is doing good. Jonny getting gloves back in tests as well as his usual batting position will help me.
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