2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Mon Feb 17, 2020 9:32 am

Not that I can see.....although there must be something between MCC and Essex for Harmer.

Meanwhile - Jason Holder is in action; leaving just the players inactive
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby GGAS » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:03 am

Just as Holder kicks into action, Gregory is injured in the Lions game.
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:14 pm

Not sure how bad it is....still mentioned in PSL previews this morning
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Wed Feb 19, 2020 11:48 pm

Good day at the office for 6th place Keshav Mahraj - a 50* and a fourfer gives him 200 points from this game alone.

Sets him up to push for a top three place on the overall list come the weekend.
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:23 pm

Besides the ever growing gap between Stokes and the chasing field, the top five has shifted Week to Week over the first couple of months of 2020. Stokes has now been number one on the overall list for four weeks. In his first week at top spot he had a huge lead on second place Marnus Labuschagne, in Week two and three Martin Guptill was pushing him for top spot and this week a player has come out of nowhere to challenge the England all-rounder. Keshav Maharaj is a known prospect to Stokes - and in their most recent on-field battle the South African was rather found out - however Maharaj looks something of an unstoppable force in the Momentum One Day Cup. This week he jumped from 6th place to second off the back of a solitary game where the Dolphins player bagged a half century and a Fourier against the Cape Cobras - a handy 200 points to see him surge up the table once again. At the start of February, Maharaj was in 12th position but three weeks of improvement up the table have seen him rise to 148 points of the top spot. So far in this tournament he has taken 11 wickets in 5 matches, second only to Thando Ntini who has just one more despite playing two more games. He is also coupling this with an average of over 50 with the bat. Maharaj really isn't playing games this year and is following in the footsteps of Glenn Maxwell who got to top spot last year with impressive all round performance. Stokes will not play for England again for four weeks and in that time Maharaj's Dolphins will have played at least three times. It is a very real possibility that the South African could take top spot as soon as next week - or could he be the third challenger to fade away in the style of Guptill and Labuschagne?

Now we have seen a return to long form cricket in Australia, we have seen some of our less prolific Aussies come to the fore again. The highest score from an Australian this week did not come from their T20 mauling of South Africa but instead from the more prosaic match up between South and Western Australia. Travis Head has had a mixed year; after a huge score at the back end of 2019 his performances have been variable in 2020. Never higher than 9th on the overall list, he slid as far down the league as 14th last week before 95 runs split across two innings against Western Australia saw him acquire 105 points for the week and finish fifth on the weekly list. This could easily have been at least 20 points more if he had inched over the half century threshold at least once - falling short by four runs in the first innings and a solitary run in the second. Unlucky possibly but luck has certainly been on his side already this year. This week's score is not his highest for 2020 as Head won Cricketer of the Week in Week 5 for four games in the BBL - edging out Matin Guptill thanks to sheer weight of games played. Where he gained points that week he has potentially lost some this. What is impressive is the versatility of Head; finishing in the top five for the Week twice - once for T20 cricket and once for the longest form. There is a belief that he is the sort of player that could plug a gap in the middle order of Australia's ODI side - if that comes to pass he could be a top ten prospect very easily.

Due to this being a T20 World Cup year, our list has had more of a short form focus this year than in previous. This has seen far greater number of bodies turning out for PSL franchises than we have ever had before. Peshawar is likely to be our principle focus over the next month or so as both Tom Banton and Lewis Gregory are turning out for the North-Western Pakistan franchise, however this week Banton scored a mere 13 runs and an injury picked up with the England Lions has stopped Gregory from making his debut. Instead our focus is on one of Pakistan's favourite sons, Babar Azam. Due to lack of game time Azam has been propping up the table and even his century against Bangladesh only saw him jump up a solitary spot. He will be hoping to use the PSL as a spring board up the table and has started the competition brightly with 78 for Karachi against Peshawar. This has seen him gain another place on the overall list. As it stands he is in 16th place, with a disappointing looking Tom Banton 5 points ahead of him and an inactive Rohit Sharma 64 points ahead. Another couple of decent performances will catapult Azam closer to where he should be - a firm top ten prospect.

Week

Keshav Maharaj- 200
Babar Azam - 118
Jason Holder - 112
Ben Stokes- 112
Travis Head - 105
Lewis Gregory - 85
Aaron Finch - 82
Peter Handscomb-71
Steve Smith- 65
Marnus Labuschagne- 36
Tom Banton - 23
David Warner - 14
Shubman Gill - 8
Martin Guptill- 0
Virat Kohli - 0

Kyle Abbott - dnp
Colin Ackermann - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Glenn Maxwell - dnp
Mohammad Nabi- dnp
Joe Root - dnp
Rohit Sharma - dnp

Overall

Ben Stokes - 1062
Keshav Maharaj - 914
Martin Guptill - 887
Joe Root - 829
Shubman Gill - 752
Virat Kohli - 729
Steve Smith - 727
Marnus Labuschagne - 685
Glenn Maxwell - 650
Aaron Finch - 640
Mohammad Nabi - 590
Travis Head - 563
Lewis Gregory - 551
Rohit Sharma - 471
Tom Banton - 412
Babar Azam - 407
David Warner - 406
Peter Handscomb - 310
Jason Holder- 112

Headlines

Lot of movement this week.

The Good Week award goes to Alviro who has a massive jump from 6th to second with both Maharaj and Head also moving up the table. The runner up is GG who moves up the table thanks to a decent week from Gregory and the debut of Jason Holder.

The Bad Week award goes to RD. Last year's champion drops out of the top three for the first time in over a year thanks to a zero point Week.

The average player of the week goes to DD whose players held their positions in 18th and 7th respectively allowing him to maintain 7th spot.

Week

Alviro - 305
DC - 230
Ian - 197
DD - 136
MIB - 105
RDJ - 36
Arthur - 14
The Professor- 8
DFM - 0
RD - 0
Ian - 0

Overall

The Professor - 1639
Alviro - 1487
DC - 1469
RD - 1379
RDJ - 1275
Arthur - 1233
DD - 1072
MIB - 1052
GG - 663
Ian - 471
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Feb 29, 2020 2:13 pm

Word on the street was that David Warner was on the out and out. From his highest position of fourth in Week 3, Warner had had 5 weeks of decline in the table culminating in last week's low of seventeenth - third from bottom. Some of this can be put down to three inactive weeks however sandwiched either side of those inactive periods was a score of just 3 points in the last ODI with India and just 4 points from the first T20 against South Africa. It is difficult to know just where to expect Warner to finish this season. His only previous showing on our list was third place in 2018 when he only played the first two and a half months of the year - however third from bottom is not indicative of his skill. This week we have seen a dynamic surge up the table and his first ever Cricketer of the Week accolade. His double half centuries in back to back T20Is sees him lurch from that low base of seventeenth into a slightly more respectable thirteenth spot. It has been an over all good week for the Australian. As well as his performances on the field, there have been signs of good things to come as he was reappointed Hyderabad's captain for the IPL. This forebodes more regular T20 games just around the corner and (perhaps) the chance to score big points. Does a top ten place beckon?

It's been quite a week for Australians with our antipodean contingent moving up a cumulative twelve places in the overall list. Two other players who have used the T20I series against South Africa as an opportunity to move up the table are Steve Smith and Aaron Finch. In a remarkable show of synchronicity, both players scored 119 points to finish in joint fifth for the week. Having never happened in the last two years of these posts, this is the second time that two players have got the exact same amount of points in a week this year. Whilst their scores were exactly the same, their performances with the bat were different. Finch, who moves from tenth place into seventh on the overall list, had one big score of 55 and a disappointing score of 14. On the other hand Steve Smith contributed with two solid contributions of 29 and 30 which saw him move back into the top 5 after two weeks in seventh spot. What this is starting to show is that Australia are forming quite the formidable top three in preparation for the World Cup. If David Warner and Aaron Finch go big as they did in the third T20, Steve Smith can then go on and act as the anchor. If the openers do not do well, Smith can step up. By the time the World Cup roles around in August I would expect to see all three batsmen in the top ten - and from there....who knows?

As we approach the end of February we need to see who has made the month their own. Only four players have made two or more weeks of solid progression up the Overall List this month. Keshav Maharaj has moved from 11th to 1st and has made progress in every week of February so he is perhaps the obvious candidate for a Cricketer of the Month award. As previously mentioned, Aaron Finch has used the T20 series against a weak South Africa side to move up the table for the last two weeks whilst Travis Head has been quietly accumulating points to move from 14th to 10th throughout February. However the player who has been an underground success on our list is Lewis Gregory who has featured for the England Lions and Peshawar throughout February and has moved up from 16th at the start of the month to eleventh this month - an improvement of 386 points. Whilst Maharaj is the obvious success of February, his reward is the top spot on the overall list. Lewis Gregory needs recognition for the sheer amount of performances he has put in -playing in all three formats of the game and all over the world.

Week

David Warner - 214
Martin Guptill- 195
Keshav Maharaj- 180
Tom Banton - 131
Aaron Finch - 119
Steve Smith - 119
Travis Head- 118
Lewis Gregory - 116
Babar Azam - 79
Jason Holder - 55
Peter Handscomb - 37
Virat Kohli- 31

Kyle Abbott - dnp
Colin Ackermann- dnp
Shubman Gill - dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Marnus Labuschagne- dnp
Glenn Maxwell - dnp
Mohammad Nabi - dnp
Joe Root - dnp
Rohit Sharma - dnp
Ben Stokes - dnp

Overall

Keshav Maharaj - 1094
Martin Guptill - 1082
Ben Stokes - 1062
Steve Smith - 846
Joe Root - 829
Virat Kohli - 760
Aaron Finch - 759
Shubman Gill - 752
Marnus Labuschagne - 685
Travis Head - 681
Lewis Gregory - 667
Glenn Maxwell - 650
David Warner - 620
Mohammad Nabi - 590
Tom Banton - 543
Babar Azam - 486
Rohit Sharma - 471
Peter Handscomb - 347
Jason Holder- 167

Headlines

Arthur and MIB on the up as RD, DD and RDJ move down.

RDJ Has moved from 1st at the start of the month to 7th at the end.

Week

Alviro - 298
MIB - 250
Arthur - 214
The Professor - 192
GG - 171
DD - 156
Dr Cricket - 79
RD - 31
DFM - 0
RDJ - 0
Ian - 0

Overall

The Professor - 1834
Alviro - 1785
DC - 1548
Arthur - 1447
RD - 1410
MIB - 1302
RDJ - 1275
DD - 1228
GG - 834
Ian - 471
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Feb 29, 2020 4:07 pm

It'll be interesting to see how far I can climb up the table once I get going. If I was the Prof I'd be doing a D1ck Dastardly and starting to set traps for the rest of the Wacky racers to fall into

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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Red Devil » Sat Feb 29, 2020 9:31 pm

Maxwell injured and Kohli having a horror run - I'm plummeting down the table
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Sat Mar 07, 2020 2:36 pm

He has seemingly been off the boil all year; however Babar Adam's PSL outings for Karachi have been enough to see him claim his inaugural Cricketer of the Week award. Despite this accolade, he still languishes a long way off the pace in a distant fourteenth place - which marks his highest position thus far in 2020. Azam has always been at a disadvantage in our overall list as he was inactive for the majority of January and February - featuring only once before the start of the PSL. He is trying to redress this now and averages 125 points a week since the start of the tournament. In terms of his batting performances there has been an element of inconsistency. He began the campaign with a score of 78 against Peshawar and in the reverse fixture this week nearly matched it with a score of 70. In between those two matches he averages just 13. Those are not the innings of a player who is crying out to break into the top ten. When Azam is firing on all cylinders he is a phenomenon - but we really have not seen that so far in 2020. Karachi are scheduled at least four more games in the PSL and, with the competition so close, may very well have a few more. If the version of Babar that thrives against Peshawar comes out to play, the young Pakistan legend in the making could still finish the tournament as a genuine contender.

The Australian trio have continued to use the South African series as way of boosting their overall points and their position in the table. This has been a genuinely entertaining series where both teams have been very much equals - however this has not manifested itself in the points gained over the week. Our only South African national to feature in this series, Keshav Maharaj, broke his four week spell of progression up the overall list, got his lowest score of any active week in 2020 and lost his top spot. In comparison; Steve Smith finished second in terms of points for the week, Aaron Finch moved into the top five at the expense of Joe Root and David Warner moves up a further two places to eleventh spot - just 16 points away from the top ten. These three Australian players are taking the Joe Root route to success this year. In both 2019 and so far in 2020, Joe Root quietly accumulates fairly average scores fairly regularly. He never destroys the opposition but manages to finish in the top five. Neither Smith nor Finch have won Cricketer of the Week so far this year however between them they have finished in the weekly top 5 thrice and four times respectively with Warner joining them on four occasions and winning Cricketer of the Week last week. This week they all finished above the 100 point threshold that marks a good week - a rare occurrence for three players all from the same team. Whether you are looking at our lists or just at the world of cricket in general; Australia are an unavoidably dominant spell once more.

Lewis Gregory is another player who is quietly accruing large amounts of points. This week he has equalled Maharaj's record of four weeks in a row of progression up the overall table. Where Maharaj's run took him from 11th place to first through the acquisition of 564 points, Gregory's four week total of 275 has seem him slowly plod from thirteenth four weeks ago, up one to twelfth the following week, a further one place last week and a jump of two places into the top ten this week. Azam-like, Gregory burst onto the scene at the start of his PSL campaign with an all round effort against Lahore that single handedly won him his first Cricketer of the Week award. Since then he has got a sum total of 0 wickets and two average T20 scores of 25 and 19 . Slow and steady are not adjectives you would usually associate with a player who was forged in the white hot fire of white ball cricket but that is the route that Gregory has taken to get into the top ten. However he is capable of so much more. His innings of 19* against Quetta on Thursday was off just 8 balls. If he had scored just one more run he could have picked up a further 40 points; bringing him up to 3rd for the week and overtaking Shubman Gill in eight position overall. Shoulda, woulda coulda....but such bursts, complimented by slow gradual accumulation could pave the way for Gregory to be something of a surprise contender on the overall list this year.

Week

Babar Azam- 130
Steve Smith - 119
Martin Guptill- 111
Aaron Finch- 109
David Warner - 100
Lewis Gregory - 74
Keshav Maharaj - 62
Jason Holder - 58
Marnus Labuschagne-51
Virat Kohli- 27
Tom Banton- 10
Mohammad Nabi- 10

Kyle Abbott - dnp
Colin Ackermann- dnp
Shubman Gill - dnp
Peter Handscomb- dnp
Simon Harmer - dnp
Travis Head - dnp
Glenn Maxwell - dnp
Joe Root - dnp
Rohit Sharma - dnp
Ben Stokes - dnp

Overall

Martin Guptill - 1193
Keshav Maharaj - 1156
Ben Stokes - 1062
Steve Smith - 965
Aaron Finch - 868
Joe Root - 829
Virat Kohli - 787
Shubman Gill - 752
Lewis Gregory - 741
Marnus Labuschagne - 736
David Warner - 720
Travis Head - 681
Glenn Maxwell - 650
Babar Azam - 616
Mohammad Nabi - 600
Tom Banton - 553
Rohit Sharma - 471
Peter Handscomb - 347
Jason Holder- 225

Headlines

Starting to settle down a bit as is demonstrated by GG top scoring for the week but not moving up overall.

Another bad week for RDJ who can't stop the rot despite being one of just three players to have both his Cricketers active this week. He moves down a further place as DD overtakes him.

Week

GG - 132
DC - 130
DD - 119
MIB - 119
The Professor - 111
Arthur - 100
Alviro - 62
RDJ - 61
RD - 27
DFM - 0
Ian - 0

Overall

The Professor - 1944
Alviro - 1847
DC - 1678
Arthur - 1547
RD - 1437
MIB - 1421
DD - 1347
RDJ - 1336

GG - 966
Ian - 471
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Sat Mar 07, 2020 3:46 pm

Good going Prof.
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Sat Mar 07, 2020 8:44 pm

I don't even warrant a mention these days :(

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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Sun Mar 08, 2020 12:41 am

The year long zero is still on.

Not even George Bailey pulled that off.
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby The Professor » Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:02 pm

The Professor wrote:Not that I can see.....although there must be something between MCC and Essex for Harmer.

Meanwhile - Jason Holder is in action; leaving just the players inactive


This has now been cancelled.

Sorry DFM.

Banton also out of the PSL and IPL delayed.
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Red Devil » Fri Mar 13, 2020 9:23 pm

Red Devil wrote:Maxwell injured and Kohli having a horror run - I'm plummeting down the table


and now the India games have been called off so no chance for Kohli to make amends :no
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Re: 2020 All Year Fantasy Competition

Postby Durhamfootman » Fri Mar 13, 2020 11:08 pm

The Professor wrote:
The Professor wrote:Not that I can see.....although there must be something between MCC and Essex for Harmer.

Meanwhile - Jason Holder is in action; leaving just the players inactive


This has now been cancelled.

Sorry DFM.

Banton also out of the PSL and IPL delayed.

county season might end up being delayed the way things are going
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