Big Bash League (BBL)
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The format of the BBL is similar to IPL and the team names are after Australian cities.
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Big Bash League Teams Squads 2020 and 2021 Season
Travis Head (c), Wes Agar, David Grant, Michael Cormack, Alex Carey, Colin Ingram (South Africa), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Michael Neser, Jake Lehmann, Ben Laughin, Liam O’Connor, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Nick Winter, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jonathan Wells, Billy Stanlake.
Chris Lynn, Max Bryant, Ben Cutting, Joe Burns, Brendan Doggett, Sam Heazlett, Matt Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Lalor, James Pattinson, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Prestwidge, Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan), Matt Renshaw, Mitchell Swepson, Mark Steketee, Alex ross.
Matthew Wade (c), Jofra Archer (England), George Bailey, Johan Botha, James Faulkner, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, Tymal Mills (England), David Moody, Tom rogers, Tim Paine, Clive Rose, D’Arcy Short, Aaron Summers.
Aaron Finch (c), Cameron Boyce, Dan Christian, Jak Evans, Tom Cooper, Harry Gurney (England)*, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Tim Ludeman, Joe Mennie, Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan), Kane Richardson, Usman Khan Shinwari (Pakistan)*, Will Sutherland, Chris Tremain, Beau Webster, Cameron White, Jack Wildermuth.
Michael Beer, Jackson Bird, Liam Bowe, Scott Boland, Dwayne Bravo (West Indies), Jackson Coleman, Travis Dean, Ben Dunk, Seb Gotch, Evan Gulbis, Peter Handscomb, Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal), Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell, Jonathan Merlo, Matt Parkinson (England)*, Adam Zampa, Daniel Worrall, Marcus Stoinis.
Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft*, Jason Behrendorff, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Michael Klinger, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Ashton Turner, Usman Qadir (Pakistan), Jhye Richardson, Joel Paris, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman, David Willey
Moises Henriques (c), Sean Abbott, Juston Avendano, Tom Curran (England), Joe Denly (England), Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Dan Fallins, Daniel Hughes, Nathan Lyon, Peter Nevill, Stephen O’Keefe, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, Henry Thornton, Greg West.
Shane Watson (c), Fawad Ahmed, Jos Buttler (England) Pat Cummins, Anton Devcich (New Zealand) Callum Ferguson, Ryan Gibson, Chris Green, Liam Hatcher, Chris Jordan (England), Usman Khawaja, Jay Lenton, Nathan McAndrew, Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Sam Rainbird, Joe Root (England), Daniel Sams, Gurinder Sandhu, Jason Sangha.
Big Bash 2020 TV Preview
The BBL will introduce three new rule changes for the 2020/21 season. First of all, the six-over powerplay will be split, with four being played at the start of an innings, and a further two at the batting teams choosing – whether it be earlier or later in a game.
This year, Teams can also field a 12th man, or substitute after the 10th over, whether batting or bowling, to bring a bit of ‘x-factor’ to the game. The third change is to the overall points on offer when teams win or lose, with victories getting three points as opposed to two. A bonus point will also be up for grabs if a team is ahead of a run-chase after 10 overs.
Another further plus is that all sides are now able to field up to three overseas players, up from two, with a squad of 19 players to pick from, instead of 16. Some of the most recent big names to be added to BBL this year include Dawid Malan (Hobart Hurricanes), Alex Hales (Sydney Thunder) and Tom Curran (Sydney Sixers).
Foxtel and Foxtel Now: Every BBL Match LIVE
Foxtel from Telstra: Every BBL Match LIVE
Free to Air (ch. Seven): 43 BBL Matches LIVE
Kayo Sports Streaming: Every BBL Match LIVE
How to Watch the Big Bash on Free to Air
Thanks to a six-year broadcasting agreement between Cricket Australia and Network Seven, free to air BBL coverage will continue at least until 2024, ensuring this popular T20 action is accessible to all Australians via either channel 7 or 7Mate. However, you won’t be able to stream the Big Bash using Seven’s online digital platform 7Plus, because those rights have been granted exclusively to Foxtel and Kayo Sports.
This season’s Big Bash free to air coverage on channel 7 and 7Mate will include 40 regular season matches, and every game of the playoffs, for a total of 45 live broadcasts. The Play-offs will take place between January 29thth and February 8th. The 45 BBL free to air telecasts will be available to tune in to from the comfort of your living room, on either Channel 7 (Sydney, Melbourne) or 7Mate (Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth).
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