Everything You Need To Know About Big Bash League 2020-21 Season


Although most of the world still having a hard time with the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia managed to keep the situation under control, with their number of cases kept at bay, and the infection curved brought down to the minimum. With that in mind, one of the things that sports fans an enthusiasts would expect is for canceled sports to go back, and for scheduled ones to push as planned–for the prestigious cricket league, the Big Bash League, this means game on for the 2020-2021 season.


If you are an online gambler, you would naturally be interested in knowing and reading about the Big Bash betting odds as early as now. However, keep in mind that odds and lines are subject to major changes as the opening day and the first match gets closer and closer.

As you wait for the start of the season, here are all the things you need to know about the Big Bash League 2020-2021 season.

Big Bash League 2020-21 team list

Here is a list of all cricket teams that would be participating this season:

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

Big Bash League 2020-21 game schedules

The BBL 20202-20201 season is set to start on December 3, 2020, with the first match to be Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades. Adelaide will host the game in their home court.

The games would then be played almost every day until January 26. After that, the qualified teams would compete for the quarterfinals and the final game would be on February 6, with the venue still to be determined.

Big Bash League 2020-21 game venues

All games for the BBL 2020-20201 season would be played throughout Australia. As it is now, all teams are set to play five games on their respective home courts, and five games away. Here are the current grounds for this season’s games.

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

Secondary grounds include:

• UTAS Stadium
• GMHBA Stadium
• Traeger Park
• Manuka Oval
• Metricon Stadium
• Ted Summerton Reserve

Big Bash League 2020-21 live streaming and online

Whether you are from Australia, India, or any other parts of the world, there is an option for you to watch and stream BBL games live or watch them at a later time after they get played. Here are the ways you can watch fixtures, depending on which country you are in right now.


Sony Six and Sony Six HD are set to have live coverage of the whole BBL season, and it will also broadcast to neighboring countries and regions including Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, Burma, and Bhutan. If you wish to live stream games via the web or an app, then SonyLiv would be able to hello you with that.


Being the host country, you can expect Aussies to have the most access to live streams and live free-to-air match coverages. Fox Sports will stream all 671 games while Seven Network is set to broadcast 45 games for free TV. Widespread radio coverage would also be featured across radio stations on the continent.

United Kingdom

UK fans are lucky as BT Sport is set to telecast all the 61 BBL matches and they would also do free-to-air broadcasts of the highlights for all matches this season.

United States

There is not much option to watch the BBL from the US, but at least Willow TV is set to broadcast matches in the country.