Big Bash League 2020-2021

The Big Bash League 2020-2021 full match fixtures with streaming information here. It is the 10th season of the Big Bash league. It is one of the biggest platform cricket lover. They schedule the first tournament of the new Big Bash League to begin on Friday, August 8, the same day as the opening Test of the Cricket World Cup Series. Twenty20 lovers have been awaiting this for quite a while now. And there is a lot of expectation for this event. While it is a one-day tournament in Perth, Australia. They will play many matches around the country and region. Fans are eagerly waiting for the four most promising teams to emerge as tournament winners. Here’s a look at each team in their respective cabinets and what fans can expect from each side in the big tournament.

The Teams Play in Big Bash 2020-2021

The number of team attend on this league are eight. The name of the team are given below..

TeamCaptainCoach
Adelaide Strikers Travis Head Jason Gillespie
Brisbane Heat Chris Lynn Darren Lehmann
Hobart Hurricanes Matthew Wade Adam Griffith
Melbourne Renegades Aaron Finch Michael Klinger
Melbourne Stars Glenn Maxwell David Hussey
Perth Scorchers Mitchell Marsh Adam Voges
Sydney Sixers Moises Henriques Greg Shipperd
Sydney Thunder Callum Ferguson Shane Bond

Big Bash 2020-2021 match Fixtures

The match fixtures of Big Bash League 2020-2021 with venue are given below.

MatchDateHead to HeadVenue
March 110 December 2020 
19:15
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Sydney Sixers
Blundstone Arena, 
Hobart
March 211 December 2020 
19:15
Melbourne Stars
vs
Brisbane Heat
Manuka Oval, 
Canberra
March 312 December 2020 
16:05
Melbourne Stars
vs
Sydney Thunder
Manuka Oval, 
Canberra
March 412 December 2020 
19:15
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Perth Scorchers
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 513 December 2020 
14:15
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 613 December 2020 
19:15
Sydney Sixers
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 714 December 2020 
19:15
Sydney Thunder
vs
Brisbane Heat
Manuka Oval, Canberra
March 815 December 2020 
19:15
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Adelaide Strikers
University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston
Match 9
March 916 December 2020 
19:15
Perth Scorchers
vs
Melbourne Stars
University of Tasmania Stadium, Launceston
March 1019 December 2020 
11:10
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 1120 December 2020 
11:10
Sydney Sixers
vs
Adelaide Strikers
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 1222 December 2020 
11:10
Sydney Thunder
vs

Perth Scorchers
Manuka Oval, Canberra
March 1323 December 2020 
18:15
Brisbane Heat
vs
Adelaide Strikers
The Gabba, Brisbane
March 1426 December 2020 
18:10
Sydney Thunder
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Manuka Oval, Canberra
March 1526 December 2020 
20:20
Sydney Sixers
vs
Melbourne Stars
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 1627 December 2020 
18:15
Brisbane Heat
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
The Gabba, Brisbane
March 1728 December 2020 
18:45
Perth Scorchers
vs
Adelaide Strikers
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
March 1829 December 2020 
17:10
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Sydney Sixers
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 1929 December 2020 
19:15
Sydney Thunder
vs
Melbourne Stars
Manuka Oval, Canberra
March 2030 December 2020 
18:15
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Brisbane Heat
The Gabba, Brisbane
March 2131 December 2020 
18:45
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Perth Scorchers
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
March 221 January 2021 
19:15
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Sydney Thunder
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 232 January 2021 
17:05
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Melbourne Stars
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 242 January 2021 
20:15
Brisbane Heat
vs
Sydney Sixers
The Gabba, Brisbane
March 253 January 2021 
16:05
Perth Scorchers
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Perth Scorchers
vs
Melbourne Renegades
March 263 January 2021 
19:15
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Sydney Sixers
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 274 January 2021 
16:05
Melbourne Stars
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
Blundstone Arena, Hobart
March 284 January 2021 
19:15
Brisbane Heat
vs
Sydney Thunder
The Gabba, Brisbane
March 295 January 2021 
19:15
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Adelaide Strikers
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
March 306 January 2021 
19:15
Perth Scorchers
vs
Sydney Sixers
Optus Stadium, Perth
March 317 January 2021 
18:10
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Sydney Thunder
Optus Stadium, Perth
March 327 January 2021 
21:20
Brisbane Heat
vs
Melbourne Stars
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 338 January 2021 
18:10
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
March 349 January 2021 
19:15
Perth Scorchers
vs
Sydney Thunder
Optus Stadium, Perth
March 3510 January 2021 
19:15
Sydney Sixers
vs
Brisbane Heat
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 3611 January 2021 
19:15
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Melbourne Stars
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
March 3712 January 2021 
19:15
Perth Scorchers
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
Optus Stadium, Perth
March 3813 January 2021 
19:15
Sydney Thunder
vs
Sydney Sixers
Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
March 3914 January 2021 
19:15
Brisbane Heat
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
March 4015 January 2021 
19:15
Melbourne Stars
vs
Adelaide Strikers
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
March 4116 January 2021 
18:40
Sydney Sixers
vs
Perth Scorchers
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
March 4217 January 2021 
19:15
Melbourne Stars
vs
Melbourne Renegades
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
March 4318 January 2021 
19:15
Sydney Thunder
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
March 4419 January 2021 
19:15
Perth Scorchers
vs
Brisbane Heat
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
March 4520 January 2021 
19:15
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Melbourne Stars
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
March 4621 January 2021 
19:15
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Brisbane Heat
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
March 4722 January 2021 
16:05
Hobart Hurricanes
vs
Perth Scorchers
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
March 4822 January 2021 
19:15
Sydney Sixers
vs
Sydney Thunder
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
March 4923 January 2021 
16:05
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Brisbane Heat
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
March 5023 January 2021 
19:15
Melbourne Stars
vs
Perth Scorchers
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
March 5124 January 2021 
16:05
Sydney Thunder
vs
Adelaide Strikers
Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
March 5224 January 2021 
19:15
Sydney Sixers
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
March 5325 January 2021 
19:15
Scorecard
Adelaide Strikers
vs
Sydney Thunder
Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney
March 5426 January 2021 
13:05
Brisbane Heat
vs
Perth Scorchers
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
March 5526 January 2021 
16:10
Melbourne Renegades
vs
Hobart Hurricanes
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
March 5626 January 2021 
19:50
Melbourne Stars
vs
Sydney Sixers
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Play off matches of Big Bash
MatchDateHead to Head
Eliminator29 January 2021
19:15
TBD vs TBD
Qualifier30 January 2021
19:15
TBD vs TBD
Knockout31 January 2021
19:15
TBD vs TBD
Challenger4 February 2021
19:15
TBD vs TBD
Final6 February 2021
19:15
TBD vs TBD

About the Big Bash

The first tournament of the new Big Bash League 2020-2021 is scheduled to begin on Friday, August 8, the same day as the opening Test of the Cricket World Cup Series. Twenty20 lovers have been awaiting this for quite a while now and there is a lot of expectation for this event. While it is a one-day tournament in Perth, Australia, many matches will be played around the country and region. Fans are eagerly waiting for the four most promising teams to emerge as tournament winners. Here’s a look at each team in their respective cabinets and what fans can expect from each side in the big tournament.

The defending premiership side of the Australian football league, the Melbourne Renegade’s is the heavy favourites to win the T20 league 2020-21. Led by captain Michael Hurley and experienced all-round players like Pontus forward Dean Walsh and Matthew Mullens, this team has everything it takes to challenge for the title. The Renegade’s starting five, which also features returning player Michael Clark, has proven their caliber in the last few years and is considered to be one of the best t20 teams in the country. The side has an exciting blend of seasoned players and up-and-coming youngsters, which have earned them the reputation as title contenders. With strong support from the club’s coaching staff and a revitalised base, the Renegade’s players have the capability of challenging for the title in the coming years.

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The Adelaide Strikers is another trendy pick for T20 league leaders. Under the tutelage of coach Michael Alcorn, the Strikers have a number of exciting youngsters with a number of experience in the game. The side has a good mixture of experienced and young players and has a number of exciting options for the coach as well. Under Alcorn, the Strikers have gained a lot of momentum and have steadily improved over the off season. Though this is not the end of the road for the Strikers, they need to sustain the good form that they have shown in the past few months to sustain the crown.

The Brisbane Heat is yet another team that has surprised everyone with their performance during the recent tournament. Under the guidance of Michael van der posting and Alastair Cook, the Brisbane Heat has impressed many people with their performance during the tournament. Cook has been the driving force behind the great improvement of the side, which is now inching closer to making a deep run in the finals. The likes of pace, endurance and skill have been added to the already talented line-up. The presence of Alastair Cook, Travis Cloke and Michael Yarde has certainly helped the Heat a lot in the preparation stage for the next season.

The Western Sydney Wanderers boasts a squad that is arguably the strongest in the competition. Despite their young age, the club is one of the most seasoned and battle-hardened. The club is also enjoying great support from coach Craig Bellamy and star players Michael Rumble and Johnsson. The win against the Adelaide Aussies on Saturday night, was their third in a row and a strong sign of what lies in the future for the club and its followers.

Who Will Win the Big Bash League 2020-2021?

The last team to play in the Big Bash League 2020-2021 is the Melbourne Renegades. Ever since the departure of star player Mark Filipo, the club has looked sluggish and lethargic. In their first three games, the club has not put up any consistent performances and despite claiming a draw against the Adelaide Aussies, has not picked up any points. Part of the problem stems from the loss of the popular Filipo along with the experienced Matt Sampson. Other than the likes of James Pickens and Michael Lynch, the list of attacking players is thin and does not have much quality in the attack.

With the news that the Melbourne Renegades has dropped out of the competition at the first round, it leaves the door wide open for the other six teams in the competition. The Perth Scorchers, Western Bulldogs, Adelaide United, Brisbane Heat and St George Bulldogs are all in good form and have a reasonably good chance of knocking off the Melbourne Renegades in the first round. With the recent trend of the weaker teams taking the first two spots, there is no doubt that the Adelaide United will be back in the Big Bash next year. The Bulldogs are always a threat to take the top spot as well as attracting the attention of the football fans around the country. The overall competition makes this season’s Big Bash League 2020-2021 very interesting.

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