Cricket Manager 2020 has a number of awesome features that makes this cricket manager game innovative, sophisticated and exciting!
In this article, we will explore how to manage your team effectively in a little more detail to ensure you enable your players to perform at their best, which in turn means your club grows! After all, if your team isn’t performing, it never means good news for your club’s growth and status.
Learn how to:
As a cricket manager, you need to understand how to view a player’s credentials.
When you select “Team” in the left menu, you will see your lineup, divided into batsmen, bowlers and subs. Select any player and you will see three tabs: overview, skills and contact, in addition to their age, nationality, quality, role and specialty.
‘Overview’ relates to a player’s role, physical attributes and health. Specifically, this includes weight, height and their predominant hand, as well as fitness (injuries), morale and condition.
‘Skills’, the second tab, highlights a player’s main strengths and weaknesses. This is split into batting, fielding and physical & mental. You can boost a player’s skills by employing effective training sessions, which is an important part of Cricket Manager 2020.
‘Contract’, the third tab, shows a player’s contract status. Here, you can renew or release a player from their contract.
Below is an example of the “Overview” section:
A crucial element of management is understanding when your players are not quite feeling their best!
If there is a warning sign on a player, there is an issue, as per the image below.
There are three key warning signs you need to keep in mind so you know when to act:
So, how do you go about fixing any of these issues?
You will notice three key icons at the top of your screen. These icons are the white cross on red background, white thumb on pink/purple background and white lightning bolt on blue background.
Each of these three icons serve a key purpose:
It is crucial to develop a library of health, morale and rest packs. There are three key tactics that can help you increase the number of packs you have:
You can find out more about this in our article “How to play Cricket Manager 2020 and win”
Under contracts, you can see how long a player has on his contract. You can choose to renew that contract for a certain ‘wage’, depending on how much cash you have. If you wish to release that player, you can only do so if you will end up with a squad of at least 16 after sale.
If you wish to substitute players between your first XI and reserves, simply hold and drag players to fit in your preferred positions for them.
Click the second circle just below the top menu to set your tactics. You can change these anytime you wish, but it’s a good idea to have a set platform.
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