How to watch Big Bash 2019-20 Live, Schedule, Teams, TV Channels: The Big Bash League is one of the biggest domestic cricket tournaments of all time and it is coming back in 2019-20. The tournament was established by none other than Australia in 2011 and the rest is history. We have seen some amazing Matches and moments in this T20 league and that is something that can never be stopped. The best part about T20 tournaments, in my opinion, is the fact that you never know when the game will change. One team might start off at the top and can still go too down to even qualify for the knockouts. In case you’re wondering what this tournament is all about, it is basically like IPL. Just like a lot of teams named after cities of India participate in the Indian Premier League and then one team wins, here in the Big Bash League something similar happens.
There are few cities in Australia after which the teams are named the total of 8 teams play against each other in order to get to the top 4 and then to the knockouts which will finally lead them to the finals. Also, just like the Indian Premier League is sponsored by Vivo, the Big Bash League is sponsored by KFC ever since the inauguration of this league. The tournament is very exciting and that is the reason why people already want to know the details about the Big Bash League live streaming. Well, every detail about it is given in the article below. Hence, stay tuned.
About Big Bash League
The first edition of The Big Bash League happened in the year 2011-12 while the latest happened just this year (2019-20). Actually, the tournament happens once in a year and that too during the southern hemisphere summer of Australia in the months of December, January and February. The league did not have many seasons but still the most successful team has won 3 times.
This Domestic Cricket league is played by eight different teams with players from all over the world. Out of these 8 teams, 6 teams have won the title at least once while the other two did not get a hold of the trophy yet. The most successful team which has won a total of 3 titles are the Perth Scorchers. They have also won the title in two consecutive years which is a big deal. The Other teams which have won the title once are Adelaide Strikers, Sydney Sixers, Melbourne Renegades, Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder. The latest edition which ended in February 2019 was won by Melbourne Renegades for the first time and it was a good moment for the team. They will definitely try to repeat history yet again but we never know who will come up at the top after the matches. However, they will of course be walking into this tournament with full of confidence.
Big Bash League 2019-20
This is the next season of The Big Bash League which is going to be as amazing as any other season so far. The best part about the Big Bash League is its format which is T20. T20 games are so unpredictable that so many moments and memories are formed in the minds of the watchers. If you are a keen cricket observer, you would have noticed that there are many people who are more interested in T20 tournaments than any other Cricket tournament. That is solely because T20 games neither take much time from your daily life nor does it become boring at any point of time. Apart from that, the Big Bash League has a whole different fanbase who are really into the game.
The 2019-20 edition is going to be the 9th edition of the Big Bash League which is definitely going to be amazing and is also very much looked-forward to. The trophy is apparently not going to change in any possible way and is going to be the same. Fans would not really mind because they really love the way it has been designed. The trophy was initially chosen by public from a field of 3 and was reviewed to the world on December 13, 2011
BBL 2019-20 Schedule
|BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20||SCHEDULE|
|BBL 2019-20 Schedule||Not Released Now|
The format of the tournament is very simple and it has not been changed much since the inauguration. Only the inaugural season of The Big Bash League which was in 2011-12 was when a different format was being followed. Also, the difference was not very much accept the fact that the first season had 28 group matches has the other seasons had been having 32.
|Date & Time||BBL Teams||Venue|
|17th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder||The Gabba|
|18th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers||SCG|
|19th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder||Geelong|
|20th Dec 2019 (2:45 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers||Alice Springs|
|20th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Stars||Gold Coast|
|21st Dec 2019 (6:10 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers||TBC|
|21st Dec 2019 (9:10 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades||Perth Stadium|
|22nd Dec 2019 (2:45 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes||TBC|
|22nd Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat||SCG|
|23rd Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers||Adelaide Oval|
|24th Dec 2019 (2:45 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades||Bellerive|
|26th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers||Perth Stadium|
|27th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Adelaide Strikers||Gold Coast|
|28th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder||SCG|
|29th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers||Docklands|
|30th Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars||UTAS Stadium|
|31st Dec 2019 (7:10 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Thunder||Adelaide Oval|
|1st Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers||Gold Coast|
|2nd Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars||Sydney Showground|
|2nd Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers||Docklands|
|3rd Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat||Bellerive|
|4th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades||MCG|
|5th Jan 2020 (6:40 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Adelaide Strikers||TBC|
|5th Jan 2020 (9:40 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes||Perth Stadium|
|6th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat||Sydney Showground|
|7th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers||Geelong|
|8th Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers||Adelaide Oval|
|8th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Thunder||MCG|
|9th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes||Gabba|
|10th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars||Docklands|
|11th Jan 2020 (6:10 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Hobart Hurricanes||Sydney Showground|
|11th Jan 2020 (9:10 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat||Perth Stadium|
|12th Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades||Adelaide Oval|
|12th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Sixers||MCG|
|13th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers||Bellerive|
|14th Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Adelaide Strikers||Gabba|
|15th Jan 2020 (6:10 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades||TBC|
|15th Jan 2020 (9:10 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Stars||Perth Stadium|
|16th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes||SCG|
|17th Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat||Adelaide Oval|
|18th Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers||MCG|
|18th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers||Sydney Showground|
|19th Jan 2020 (9:45 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers||UTAS Stadium|
|19th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades||Gabba|
|20th Jan 2020 (6:40 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Stars||SCG|
|20th Jan 2020 (9:40 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Thunder||Perth Stadium|
|21st Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes||Docklands|
|22nd Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Stars||Adelaide Oval|
|23rd Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers||Gabba|
|24th Jan 2020 (6:10 PM)||Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder||Bellerive|
|24th Jan 2020 (9:10 PM)||Perth Scorchers vs Adelaide Strikers||Perth Stadium|
|25th Jan 2020 (3:40 PM)||Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Renegades||SCG|
|25th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat||MCG|
|26th Jan 2020 (2:45 PM)||Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers||Sydney Showground|
|26th Jan 2020 (7:10 PM)||Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes||Adelaide Oval|
|27th Jan 2020 (2:45 PM)||Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat||Docklands|
|30th Jan 2020||4th-placed Vs 5th-placed||TBC|
|31st Jan 2020||1st-place vs 2nd-placed||TBC|
|1st Feb 2020||3rd-placed Vs winner of the eliminator||TBC|
|6th Feb 2020||The loser of qualifier vs winner of the knockout||TBC|
|8th Feb 2020||Winner of the qualifier vs winner of the challenger||TBC|
Ever since the 2018-19 season which is the latest one, the tournament planners have decided that each team is going to face every other team twice in the whole tournament thus leading to 56 regular group stage matches. For some reason, people have been predicting that they’re trying to reach the level of the Indian Premier League since it has become such a huge festival for cricket fans all over the world. Even if they do so, maximum people would not mind because the Big Bash League is nothing less than the IPL.
There is another rule that is followed by the Big Bash League which, in my opinion, is really good. The rule states that the final match is going to be played in the home ground of the highest ranked team. This is definitely a good step because the home crowd will always lead to a more intense intent for the team to win which is a great thing.
BBL 2019-20 Points Table
The leading run scorer in the history of Big Bash League is Michael Klinger while the leading wicket-taker is Ben Laughlin.
Big Bash League 2019-20 Teams
As already mentioned, the Big Bash League 2019-20 is not going to have more than 8 teams and neither are they going to have less. The eight amazing teams are Adelaide Strikers, Sydney Sixers, Melbourne Renegades, Brisbane Heat, Sydney Thunder, Perth Scorchers, Melbourne Stars, Hobart Hurricanes. Out of these 8 teams, 6 of them have won the title at least once while the Perth scorchers have won it thrice. The two teams which did not get their hands on the trophy yet are Hobart Hurricanes and Melbourne Stars.
Big Bash League 2019-20 Team Squad
- Matthew Wade (c), Jofra Archer (England), George Bailey (c), Johan Botha, Jake Doran, James Faulkner, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, Tymal Mills (England), David Moody, Tim Paine, Tom Rogers, Clive Rose, D’Arcy Short, Aaron Summers
- Aaron Finch (c), Cameron Boyce, Dan Christian, Tom Cooper, Zak Evans, Harry Gurney (England)*, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Tim Ludeman, Joe Mennie, Mohammad Nabi (Afghanistan), Kane Richardson, Usman Khan Shinwari (Pakistan)*, Will Sutherland, Chris Tremain, Beau Webster, Cameron White, Jack Wildermuth
- Moises Henriques (c), Sean Abbott, Juston Avendano, Tom Curran (England), Joe Denly (England), Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Dan Fallins, Daniel Hughes, Nathan Lyon, Peter Nevill, Stephen O’Keefe, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, Henry Thornton, Greg West
- Michael Beer, Jackson Bird, Scott Boland, Liam Bowe, Dwayne Bravo (West Indies), Jackson Coleman, Travis Dean, Ben Dunk, Seb Gotch, Evan Gulbis, Peter Handscomb, Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal), Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell, Jonathan Merlo, Matt Parkinson (England)*, Marcus Stoinis, Daniel Worrall, Adam Zampa
- Chris Lynn, Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Brendan Doggett, Sam Heazlett, Matt Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Lalor, Brendon McCullum, James Pattinson, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Prestwidge, Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Afghanistan), Matt Renshaw, Alex Ross, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson
- Shane Watson (c), Fawad Ahmed, Jos Buttler (England) Pat Cummins, Anton Devcich (New Zealand) Callum Ferguson, Ryan Gibson, Chris Green, Liam Hatcher, Chris Jordan (England), Usman Khawaja, Jay Lenton, Nathan McAndrew, Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Sam Rainbird, Joe Root (England), Daniel Sams, Gurinder Sandhu, Jason Sangha
- Travis Head (c), Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Michael Cormack, David Grant, Colin Ingram (South Africa), Rashid Khan (Afghanistan), Ben Laughlin, Jake Lehmann, Michael Neser, Liam O’Connor, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Billy Stanlake, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Jonathan Wells, Nick Winter
- Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft*, Jason Behrendorff, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Michael Klinger, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Joel Paris, Usman Qadir (Pakistan), Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman, David Willey (England)
The defending champions are the Melbourne Renegades and they are definitely going to try to be on a hattrick for trophies. On the other hand, in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the semifinal was when Australia was knocked out by England. That is the reason why the Big Bash League 2019-20 is going to be the next big thing for Australia and the Australian fans to look forward to.
When will be Big Bash 2019-20 Started?
Big Bash League is already one of the most wanted things in the internet among the cricket fans but we do not yet know when the tournament is going to start off. Every year, the tournament kicks off in December and runs till February and that is the reason we can assume that this time, the tournament is also going to start from December (unless there are any external thing delaying the kickoff). We understand the fans are excited and that is the reason why the Big Bash League live streaming details are given in the article below so that you don’t need to worry about it before December anytime again.
The exact date is not yet revealed and it makes sense why. It is just July of this year and the World Cup is running and releasing the date at this point of time would not create a lot of buzz because people of course more excited about the World Cup 2019. Also, this time the world cup will be won by a new team (either New Zealand or England), so the excitement level is higher.
The number of teams in this tournament is also going to be the same. 8 teams are going to compete against each other. Each team is going to face every other team twice which will lead to 14 matches for each team. In every single team, a total of two overseas players can play. In my opinion, it is not that bad a decision since the domestic players are getting more opportunities.
The matches are going to be played in Big stadiums like the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Sydney Cricket Ground and so many more. The crowd is expected to be in good numbers just like it has been for the past years.
Big Bash Live 2019-20
Big bash live streaming details are available presuming that no broadcasting tv Channel partner will turn at the last moment. Actually, there is no information available about any of the broadcaster dropping the broadcasting rights and that is why whenever Big Bash live streaming was available last year will also be available this year.
If you are an Indian cricket fan, the big bash live streaming will be available for you on Jio TV. You need to be a Jio user in order to avail this offer for absolutely free. You will just have to log on to the jio TV application on your phone which has the Jio SIM card and then choose Sony Six or Sony ESPN under the application in order to view the full big bash live streaming of any match. Make sure that you cannot Chromecast Jio TV on your laptop or TV because the application doesn’t allow you to. You would have to watch the big bash live streaming of every match on your mobile phone if you choose to watch it using Jio TV. If you want to watch it on your TV however, information about the TV channels is given in the next section of the article.
Also, Sony Liv is going to broadcast the big bash live streaming but you have to pay in order to avail this offer. In case you are not a jio user, this is the only option. Since a person is also paying their hard earned money, he/she is definitely not going to compromise on the quality and Sony Liv makes sure of it. It is probably one of the most easy-to-use as well as amazing streaming platforms in India.
Big Bash 2019-20 TV Channels
|New Zealand||Sky Sport|
|Sri Lanka||Star Sports|
|United Kingdom||Sky Sports|
In Australia, the Big Bash League is going to be broadcasted by the channels : Fox Sports and Seven Network (7mate). If you are an Indian fan of The Big Bash League, Sony Six and Sony ESPN are your destination channels. Living in New Zealand, if you want to catch up the tournament, just tune into Sky Sport NZ on your good old television. The official TV broadcaster for South Africa is SuperSport, while for the United States is Willow TV. SuperSport Live and Willow TV online are going to broadcast the big bash live streaming. Pakistani fans are also keen to watch the Big Bash League and they can watch it on Ten Sports Pakistan.
Basically, the tournament is widespread among many countries and the reason is the amazing popularity of the league. Cricket is a very renowned sport in Australia and people absolutely love to watch the games. The popularity is not only restricted to Australia but is widespread to so many other countries that viewership increases to a huge extent. The number of overseas player also increases the viewership to some extent. The quality of the matches along with the intensity of the competition makes the Big Bash League what it is.
Everybody is really looking forward to the Big Bash League 2019-20. How excited are you?