Big Bash League, 2019-20 also known as BBL 09, kicks off with its ninth season this December. It is the professional domestic T20 men’s cricket tournament in Australia. BBL tournament comprises of 8 teams across six cities in Australia.
There will be 61 matches played in the BBL this season, the highest no. of matches in its entire history. It is because of the introduction of a new BBL playoff format that includes matches like Eliminator, Qualifier, Knockout, Challenger, and the Final. Unlike previous seasons, the team finishing at 5th in the points table will also get a chance to play in the BBL playoffs. In the regular season of BBL, the Double round-robin format that includes home and away matches stays just like previous seasons.
A BBL team can now sign a maximum of 6 overseas players, this number has been increased from 4 overseas players in past seasons. Although there can still be a maximum of 2 overseas players included in the playing 11 just like previously. Also, there is a new rule being introduced for the super over too. If the super over gets tied, then it will be replayed until there is a definitive winner in the match. The toss will continue to be conducted with a bat flip just like last year, the visiting captain gets to choose either hills or flats.
Defending champions of Big Bash League is Melbourne Renegades. They won the final last year against their arch-rivals Melbourne Stars by 13 runs at Docklands Stadium, Melbourne. The first match of BBL 09 is scheduled between Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder on 17th December 2019. The venue of the match is at The Gabba in Brisbane. Following are the details of the Big Bash League teams, their players, tournament schedule and so much more.
Travis Head ©, Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Wes Agar, Liam O'Connor, Phil Salt (England), Matt Short, Cameron White, Peter Siddle, Alex Carey (wk), Harry Conway, Jon Wells, Nick Winter, Billy Stanlake, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jake Lehmann, Michael Neser, Harry Nielsen (wk).
Chris Lynn ©, AB de Villiers (South Africa), Marnus Labuschagne, Tom Banton (England), Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, James Pattinson, Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan), Zahir Khan (Afghanistan), Sam Heazlett, Max Bryant, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Jack Prestwidge, Matt Renshaw, Mark Steketee, Josh Lalor, Ben Laughlin, Mitch Swepson.
Matthew Wade © / (wk), David Miller (South Africa), George Bailey, Qais Ahmad (Afghanistan), James Faulkner, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, David Moody, Tom Rogers, Clive Rose, D'Arcy Short, Jarrod Freeman, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, Aaron Summers, Scott Boland, Jake Doran, Nathan Ellis.
Aaron Finch ©, Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan), Shaun Marsh, Harry Gurney (England), Cameron Boyce, Dan Christian, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Joe Mennie, Jack Wildermuth, Kane Richardson, Sam Harper (wk), Marcus Harris, Beau Webster, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Tom Cooper, Zak Evans, Will Sutherland.
Glenn Maxwell ©, Pat Brown (England), Hilton Cartwright, Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal), Nick Larkin, Dale Steyn (South Africa) for the first 6 matches, Seb Gotch, Peter Handscomb (wk), Clint Hinchliffe, Nic Maddinson, Jonathan Merlo, Marcus Stoinis, Daniel Worrall, Lance Morris, Tom O'Connell, Ben Dunk (wk), Adam Zampa, Jackson Coleman, Nathan Coulter-Nile.
Mitchell Marsh ©, Liam Livingstone (England), Mitch Marsh, Josh Inglis (wk), Chris Jordan (England), Matt Kelly, Ashton Agar, Fawad Ahmed, Cameron Bancroft, Kurtis Patterson, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman (wk), Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Nick Hobson.
Moises Henriques ©, James Vince (England), Steve Smith, Tom Curran (England), Sean Abbott, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Dan Fallins, Justin Avendano, Jackson Bird, Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, Henry Thornton, Ben Dwarshuis, Daniel Hughes, Nathan Lyon, Stephen O'Keefe, Josh Philippe (wk).
Callum Ferguson ©, Chris Morris (South Africa), Arjun Nair, Alex Hales (England), Chris Green, Usman Khawaja, Gurinder Sandhu, Jono Cook, Oliver Davies, Matthew Gilkes (wk), Nathan McAndrew, Jay Lenton (wk), Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain, Brendan Doggett.
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