Melb v Sydney - Narine Most Economical Bowler

Cricket - Big Bash - 09 Jan 08:15

Usual rules.

Narine is under 6.5 in 2/4

But he has only really only be taken down by the Stars who have the best batting in the comp, and 2 lucky Cummins blows.

With Bravo gone, Narine is in a similar stop to Badree, as being one of the few threats in his side, and many sides will seek to play him out.

His overall economy is 5.7

Hogg goes at 6.75 this year and 6.8 overall, but he got taken for 8s in the last game and 2/4 overall. His style of bowling also lends itself to more short balls, and rubbish.

Botha is the main threat from the other side, but he will open the bowling against Finch and the pinch hitter Narine which is dangerous and he bowled the 18th as well in the last game.

His overall economy is 6.43 which is good, but I think he has played 3/4 weaker sides so far.

It is very hard to oppose O'Keefe after the money he won me early on, my concern is that it might take him an over or so to adjust to bowling T20 lines having been playing test match cricket 48hrs ago, and in his format that kind of thing can be fatal.

Abbott really shouldnt be featuring he goes at over 8.5 in his career, and the same goes for Tremain who goes at 8s.

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