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Betting on the Big Bash league

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Overview of BBL Cricket

BBL is one of the most famous franchise tournament hosts by Australia board in Australia and it is sponsored by KFC.  It started from mid Dec till Feb first week in which 8 team are participate. It was started 2011-2012 and played 10 seasons yet. In Big Bash many foreigner national or international player also played for different franchises.

Big Bash Teams Men’s

Sydney Sixers  

SS is an Australian professional franchise men cricket team which competing t20 domestic Australian league Big Bash League. The Sydney Sixers play at Sydney Cricket Ground and successor in The New South Wales Blues. Sydney sixers was chosen to host the first ever match of Big Bash League in Sydney Cricket Ground in 16 December 2016

Sydney Sixers  Squad: Sean Abbott, Justin Avendano, Jake Ball, Nick Bertus, Jackson Bird, Carlos Brathwaite, Daniel Christian, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Hayden Kerr, Ben Manenti, Stephen O’Keefe, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Gurinder  Sandhu, Jordan Silk, James Vince

Perth Scorchers

Perth Scorchers is an Australian franchise cricket team representing Perth in the domestic T20 Big Bash League. The Perth Scorchers is the most successful team along with Sydney Sixers. They already won 2 trophies of BBL at last ball thriller match in Canberra. They have very famous players with them which increase their fan following.

Perth Scorchers Squad:  Ashton Turner, Cameron Bancroft, Jason Behrendorff, Joe Clarke, Fawad Ahmed, Cameron Gannon, Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Liam Livingstone, Mitchell Marsh, Colin Munro, Joel Paris, Kurtis Patterson, Jhye Richardson, Jason Roy, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman, Ashton Agar

Brisbane Heat

This Brisbane Heat team represents the Brisbane in the Australian state Queensland. Heat is a one of 8 local franchises to participate in the Big Bash League. Their home ground is Brisbane Cricket Ground. In second season they won the final and lift trophy for the very first time.

Brisbane Heat Squad: Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Tom Cooper, Lewis Gregory, Sam Heazlett, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Ben Laughlin, Dan Lawrence, Chris Lynn, Simon Milenko, Morne Morkel, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Jimmy Peirson, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Jack Wildermuth, Matthew Willans, Jack Wood, Tom Banton

Adelaide Strikers

Their home ground is the Adelaide Oval .The Adelaide Strikers is an Australian cricket franchise competing in the domestic twenty 20 tournament Big Bash. The team’s inaugural captain was South Australia captain, Michael Klinger, and the inaugural coach was Darren Berry, the then coach of the Southern Redbacks.

Adelaide Strikers  Squad: Travis Head, Wes agar, Darcie Brown, Alex Care, Harry Conway, Rashid Khan, Katie Mack, Tahlia Mcgrath, Tegan Mcpharlin, Michael Neser, Harry Nielsen, Liam O’connor, Annie O’neil, Bridget Patterson, Alex Price, Phil Salt, Megan Schutt, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Stafanie Taylor, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jonathan Wells, Daniel Worrall, Matthew Renshaw, Liam Scott, Spencer Johnson, Danny Briggs, Laura Wolvaardt, Ryan Gibson

Sydney Thunder

Along with Sydney Sixers, the Sydney Thunder is successors of The North South Wales Blues who played for KFC BBL league every year. Their home ground is Sydney Showground Stadium famous for the name Giant stadium. Thunder won 5th season of KFC tournament and uniform of thunder is lime green. Sydney Thunder is also famous franchise of domestic t20 league which held in Australia. Travor Bayliss will be the head coach of this season of Sydney thunder.

Sydney Thunder Squad: Callum Ferguson, Sam Billings, Jonathan Cook, Ben Cutting, Oliver Davies, Brendan Doggett, Matthew Gilkes, Chris Green, Alex Hales, Baxter Holt, Usman Khawaja, Nathan McAndrew, Adam Milne, Arjun Nair, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha,Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain

Melbourne Renegades

This team Melbourne Renegades Represent the Victoria one of best state of Australia and compete in domestic t20 league of Australia. Melbourne Renegades home stadium is Marble Stadium in Melbourne’s Doclands precinct. The team Melbourne Renegades captained by Aeron Finch and coached by Klinger. Renegades won BB 08 title but past year was not good.  David Saker will be the new head coach of MR.

Squad Melbourne Renegades: Aaron Finch, Cameron Boyce, Zak Evans, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Imad Wasim, Imran Tahir, Josh Lalor, Shaun Marsh, Mohammad Nabi, Noor Ahmad, James Pattinson, Mitchell Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Rilee Rossouw, Will Sutherland, Beau Webster

Melbourne Stars

Stars is an Australian domestic twenty 20 franchise which represent the Victoria and home ground is Melbourne Cricket ground. This ground has own history and one of the biggest ground in the world. Melbourne Star is one of the famous team of BBL and Marcous Stoinis is the most serving player of this team. Dawid Hussey is the head coach of Melbourne Stars while Luke Wright is the betting coach. Stoinis scores the highest 147* individual score of Big Bash League in MCG.

Squad Melbourne Stars: Glenn Maxwell, Hilton Cartwright, Jackson Coleman, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Dilbar Hussain, Ben Dunk, Andre Fletcher,Seb Gotch, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe, Nick Larkin, Nic Maddinson, Jonathan Merlo, Lance Morris, Tom O’Connell, Nicholas Pooran,Will Pucovski, Billy Stanlake, Marcus Stoinis, Zahir Khan, Adam Zampa, Jonny Bairstow

Hobart Hurricanes

Hobart Hurricanes home ground is Blundstone Arena. They wear Purple Jersey and represent the Hobart. It is professional franchise that competes in Australia Domestic famous t20 league. : D’Arcy Short, Matthew Wade, Tim Paine, Ben McDermott, George Bailey, Dan Christian, Jofra Archer Some of the best players to represent the Hurricanes. Adam Griffith is the head coach of Hobart and Wade is the captain of Hobart.

Squad Hobart Hurricanes : Scott Boland, Tim David, Jake Doran, Nathan Ellis, James Faulkner, Peter Handscomb, Colin Ingram, Will Jacks, Sandeep Lamichhane, Ben McDermott, Dawid Malan, Riley Meredith, David Moody, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, Keemo Paul, D’Arcy Short, Matthew Wade, Charlie Wakim, Nick Winter, Macalister Wright

History of the Big Bash League

The Big Bash league is also known as KFC BBL is an Australian domestic twenty 20 league sponsored by KFC one of the biggest fast food company in the world. This was established in 2011 by Cricket Australia. The BBL features eight city based franchise team in the league. After IPL (Indian Premier League) is one the most successful and famous domestic league in the world. Winner of BBL 10 was Sydney Sixers who beat Perth Scorchers by 27 run and register 3rd victory.

All matches of BBL play in summer: December, January and February

Among the Eight franchise of the tournament 6 teams won at least one trophy. Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers are most successful franchise of the tournament. Both teams won the title three times including winning 02 consecutive years. Other four teams who won the title are Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Renegades, Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder.

Before 2014 top 02 teams of each nation were participate in Champions trophy. BBL famous because of it players play all around the world. It is defunct after the 2014 competition.  Cricket Betting tips help here to guidance properly how to betting in those league.

Former women’s Test captain and Head of Brisbane’s Centre of Excellence, Belinda Clark, revealed on 19 January 2014 that planning for a women’s BBL was in its early stages but could become a reality very soon. She stated that the proposal was being considered due to the huge rise in television ratings during the 2013–14 season, and the rise in women’s cricket popularity.

Women’s Big Bash League

Cricket Australia announced On 19 February 2015 that a Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) would commence in the 2015–16 season, with teams aligned to the men’s competition. It was announced that the teams would share the names and colors of the existing men’s BBL teams, meaning that there would be two teams from Sydney and Melbourne and one team from Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart. The inaugural Women’s Big Bash League was won by the Sydney Thunder against the Sydney Sixers. The Sydney Thunder won by 3 wickets. However WBBL 02 and 03 were won by the Sydney Sixers.

Prize money

After the Champions League T20 tournament was discontinued with effect from 2015. Cricket Australia increased the prize money for the BBL to a total of $890,000 for the four finalists from 2015–16 seasons; the prize money will be split between the teams as follows

$450,000 – To the Winner of the season

$260,000 – To the Runner up

$80,000 – To each losing semi-finalist

$20,000 – To the team finishing fifth in the season

However, the additional cash increase of $600,000 will go to successful clubs and not their players. Up to the 2014–15 BBL season, total prize money of $290,000 was awarded.

Grounds of BBL

Total Seventeen grounds have been used so far to host BBL tournament. The WACA stadium host final four times. Sydney thunder moved out ANZ stadium after 2014-15 and relocated Sydney Showground for another 10 years. Menuka Oval neutral venue hosted the final of 2014-2015 seasons because other grounds were prepared for Cricket World Cup.

WACA ground has been replaced by Optus Stadium as Perth new home ground from the 2017-18 semifinal. Perth Scorchers play against Hobart Hurricanes is the second public live event in the ground.

Name of the Stadium

Brisbane Cricket Ground                 42,000           Brisbane Heat

Melbourne Cricket Ground            100,024          Melbourne Stars

Sydney Showground Stadium       22,000            Sydney Thunder

Sydney Cricket Ground                  48,000             Sydney Sixers

Adelaide Oval    Capacity               53,583             Adelaide Strikers

Blundstone Arena                           19,500             Hobart Hurricanes

Marvel Stadium                                53,359            Melbourne Renegades

Optus Stadium                                60,000              Perth Scorchers

UTAS Stadium                                 21,000              Hobart Hurricanes

GMHBA Stadium                            34,000               Melbourne Renegades

Traeger Park                                  10,000                 Hobart Hurricanes

Manuka Oval                                 12,000                 Sydney Thunder

Metricon Stadium                          25,000                Brisbane Heat

Ted Summerton Reserve             7,500                   Melbourne Stars

Coffs Harbour Stadium                20,000                 Sydney Sixers

Former Grounds

ANZ Stadium                                 82,000                  Sydney Thunder

WACA Ground                             20,000                     Perth Scorchers



Here is the record of Big Bash League. Chris Lynn hold the record of scoring most number of runs of the tournament so far i.e. 2790. The record of most number of wickets so far belongs to Ben Laughlin 111 wickets, who currently plays for Brisbane Heat. He played for Hobart and Adelaide Striker, and has played 95 matches from 2011 to present.

Brad Hodge has the highest batting average of 42.78. Marcus Stoinis has the highest individual score 147* vs Sydney Sixers on 12 January 2020. BBL highest Partnership of tournament was 207 between Marcus Stoinis & Hilton Cartwright. Most number of sixes shot by Chris Lyn 172. Lowest bowling average bowl by Lasith Malinga just 15 and hold the best figure 6/7 vs Perth Scorchers on 12 December 2012.

Most dismissal as a keeper by Alex Carey 51 and most number of catches i.e. 59 by Glenn Maxwell. The highest total of team by Sydney thunder vs Sydney Sixer 232/5 and lowest total Melbourne Renegades 57 vs Melbourne Stars.

BBL Teams

  • Adelaide Strikers
  • Brisbane Heat
  • Hobart Hurricanes
  • Melbourne Renegades
  • Melbourne Stars
  • Perth Scorchers
  • Sydney Sixers
  • Sydney Thunders

Past Seasons Winners

Sydney Sixers – BBL|01 -2011/12

Brisbane Heat – BBL|02 – 2012/13

Perth Scorchers – BBL|03 – 2013/14

Perth Scorchers – BBL04 – 2014/15

Sydney Thunder – BBL|05 – 2015/16

Perth Scorchers – BBL|06 – 2016/17

Adelaide Strikers – BBL|07 – 2017/18

Melbourne Renegades – BBL|08 – 2018/19

Sydney Sixers – BBL|09 – 2019/20

Sydney Sixers – BBL|10 – 2020/21


New Feature Update in Big Bash league 10


This one is the most changing match changing point in which there is only now 4 over powerplay and after 10 over betting side of each inning can take 02 over powerplay to boost there innings.


This rule is something of a gimmick in our opinion. BBL matches carry 4 points 3 for the win of the match and one Bash Boost. This is awarded to the gram that has more runs at the halfway stage.


Idea is to name a 12th and a 13th player that can come in after the 10th over of the first inning. You can only replace a player that has not batted or bowled a maximum of one over. Maybe a selection mistake could be alerted but we don’t see this being used too often.