MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 02: Glenn Maxwell of the Stars bats during the Big Bash League match between the Melbourne Stars and the Brisbane Heat at Melbourne Cricket Ground on January 2, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

The inaugural BBL draft is here, set to take place on Sunday evening.

Every team will be able to recruit up to three international players and at least two international players. They will also have the option to retain players who were with them last season.

The first round of the draft will see teams only able to select platinum rated players, of which there are 12.

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The second round of the draft will then move to the remaining platinum players and gold players, before gold and silver players are able to be taken in Round 3.

Silver and bronze players will then be allowed to be taken in Round 4, with each team required to pass at least once during the draft.

Most players not rated as platinum ($340,000) have made themselves available at both gold ($260,000) and silver ($175,000) valuations.

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Use the drop down below to select your club and see their current squad, best XI before the draft and analysis on which players they need to select.


Adelaide Strikers

Wes Agar, Cameron Boyce, Alex Carey, Harry Conway, Ryan Gibson, Travis Head, Henry Hunt, Thomas Kelly, Chris Lynn, Harry Nielsen, Matt Short, Henry Thorton, Jake Weatherald.

Best XI
1. Jake Weatherald
2. Matt Short
3. Chris Lynn
4. Travis Head (c)
5. Alex Carey (wk)
6. Ryan Gibson
7. Harry Nielsen
8. Wes Agar
9. Harry Conway
10. Cameron Boyce
11. TBC

The Strikers have already made it clear that they will match any offer for Rashid Khan during the platinum round, meaning you can slot him straight into this side where he will form a spin duo with Cameron Boyce.

Adelaide have a strong top and middle order with Jake Weatherald now a seasoned Big Bash competitor, while Chris Lynn, Travis Head and Alex Carey will all slot into the team, although Head and Carey may not be there for the first half of the season with Test commitments, while Lynn will be heading to the UAE at the end of the season.

The quick bowling department looks a little skinny however with only Wes Agar and Harry Conway selected, and so the Strikers could well look to add one batter and one bowler beyond Khan.

The Strikers are unlikely to be able to pick two from the platinum list with the fifth pick in Round 2, meaning they will need to go away from the top 12 rated players after Khan.

Dream picks
Pick 1: Rashid Khan - platinum, retention pick (Afghanistan)
Pick 2: Tom Curran (England)
Pick 3: Alex Hales (England)