Where Can You Watch Big Bash League 2020-21 Season?

Despite the challenges that the pandemic had brought to a lot of major sporting events, the Big Bash League, Australia’s biggest cricket league, is set to go into play as planned for the 20202-2021 season. After all, Australia had managed to keep things under control when it comes to COVID-19 and while a lot of the world is still going through tough times over it, the Aussies had seen better results and fewer cases every day. Thus, sporting events such as the new season of the BBL have been allowed to the filed already.

If you are someone looking to bet online or the BBL, you would normally be interested in the BBL live cricket odds once games started playing. Always make sure that you only get them from reputable bookies and you only do your gambling activities through official bookies and under legal circumstances.

Where can you watch BBL: 2020-20201 games?

For Aussies, Fox Sports are set to stream all 61 games while Seven Network would stream 45 out of the total games. Radio coverage would be heavily done as well, with major stations all over the country covering the tournament.

India, home to the IPL, would broadcast the BBL 2020-20201 games through Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD. Nearby areas such as Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, Burma, and Bhutan would also enjoy broadcast through the given channels.

Other countries that would stream the BBL 2020-2021 include:

  • New Zealand – Sky Sport NZ
  • South Africa – SuperSport
  • The United Kingdom – BT Sport
  • United States – Willow TV
  • Canada – CBN, ATN Cricket Plus
  • South-East Asia – Fox Sports Asia
  • Caribbean – Sports Max, Flow Sports

If your country or region is not mentioned, you can check with your local stations or cable providers for additional information.

The teams for BBL 2020-2021

There is a total of eight teams that would battle it out for the championship. The qualifying rounds have already been made and matches have been assigned already, which means teams can now prepare for the opposing team that they are to face.

Here are the eight teams to face off against each other this season:

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

Each team has their skipper, and here are the skippers for this season:

  • (Tim Paine) Hobart Hurricanes
  • (Michael Hussey) Sydney Thunder
  • (Chris Lynn) Brisbane Heat
  • (Moises Henriques) Sydney Sixers
  • (Aaron Finch) Melbourne Renegades
  • (Adam Voges) Perth Scorchers
  • (Brad Hodge) Adelaide Strikers
  • (David Hussey) Melbourne Stars

Where will the BBL 20202-20201 games be held?

For this season, each team is set to have a total of five games to be held in their respective home courts, and five games to be held in an away setting. Out of all the eight teams to participate in the qualifier rounds, the top four would advance to the semi-finals, and eventually, the two winning teams are two compete at the finals.

Here are the current grounds for this season of the BBL:

  • Adelaide Oval
  • Blundstone Arena
  • Marvel Stadium
  • Optus Stadium
  • The Gabba
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • Spotless Stadium
  • Sydney Cricket Ground

As mentioned, the season would open with a game hosted by the Adelaide Strikers in their home court. The finals, however, have yet to have a venue and it remains to be decided on for a later time.

Before you go

For the most up to date and most accurate live information about the games once the tournament starts, always make sure to tune in to live coverages, if you are still unable to access legal live streams for games.

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