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Big Bash League Betting

T20 Big Bash League betting - December 20th 2013 - Feburary 7th 2014







Big Bash League betting

Big Bash League Betting

The Big Bash League is a Twenty20 tournament with a difference, instead of the usual state teams competing with each other this tournament consists of 8 city based franchises taking on each other. The tournament sees some of the best players in Australia compete alongside some of the best players from across the world.

Facts about the Big Bash League

  • The Big Bash League first started in 2011
  • 8 teams currently play in the Big Bash League, but there is interest in expanding the tournament to the Gold Coast, Geelong, Newcastle and Canberra
  • The Sydney Sixers won the first ever Big Bash League by 7 wickets, beating hosts Perth Scorchers

The T20 Big Bash League was introduced in 2011 replacing the T20 Big Bash, it was hoped that having city based teams would help inspire a new generation of fans and players. The first season lived up to the hype with Australian Legends like David Warner, Shane Warne and Cameron White playing alongside world stars such as Chris Gayle and Lasith Malinga.

The Sydney Sixes captained by Brad Haddin were the first team to win the League in 2011 and will be keen to hold onto the trophy; however the other 7 teams will be determined to be named champions in the competitions second year. Therefore this season is expected to be bigger and better than last year.

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Big Bash League Teams

The tournament is competed by 8 city based teams; each state has a representative from its capital city apart from Melbourne and Sydney who have two teams each. Teams are allowed to sign up to 18 players and no less than 14 for the tournament and have a mixture of national and international players. The 8 teams play 8 games in total during the league stage with the final four progressing to the knockout stages.

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Big Bash League Venues

Each team has a different home stadium, with some of the most iconic venues in Australia being used for the competition.

MCG

The Melbourne Cricket Ground is not just the most famous stadium in Australia it is also one of the most famous stadiums in the world. It is also the 10th largest stadium in the world with a capacity of 100,018. The stadium was built in 1854 and has been the heartbeat for sport in Australia since then; it has hosted Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Test Cricket, AFL, International Football, Rugby Union and Rugby League.

The Gabba

Brisbane Cricket Ground is known across the world as ‘The Gabba’ due to the area which it is situated in. The stadium is located in the city of Brisbane and is the home of Queensland Cricket, with a capacity of 42,000 it often plays host to domestic and test cricket as well as AFL games. The stadium was built in 1895 but has gone through major redevelopments over the last decade and now has a similar look to a small MCG.

SCG

The SCG is home to cricket in New South Wales and was established in 1848 and now has a capacity of 46,000. Over the years the stadium has been home to a number of the most popular sports in Australia however now it is just home to Cricket and AFL. Even though the ground has seen many developments over the years it has maintained some of its historic features which make it one of the most iconic stadiums in the country.

WACA

The SCG is home to cricket in New South Wales and was established in 1848 and now has a capacity of 46,000. Over the years the stadium has been home to a number of the most popular sports in Australia however now it is just home to Cricket and AFL. Even though the ground has seen many developments over the years it has maintained some of its historic features which make it one of the most iconic stadiums in the country.

The Adelaide Oval, Blundstone Arena, Etihad Stadium and ANZ Stadium are the other four stadiums used in the T20 Big Bash League are all world class venues with history and tradition of their own.

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Big Bash League Winners

Below are the previous winners of the Big Bash League. Who do you think will win this year?

Year Final host Final venue Final
Winner Result Runner-up
2012–13 Perth Scorchers WACA Ground Brisbane Heat Brisbane won by 34 runs Scorecard Perth Scorchers 133/9 (20 overs)
2011–12 Perth Scorchers WACA Ground Sydney Sixers Sixers won by 7 wickets Scorecard Perth Scorchers 156/5 (20 overs)

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