Big Bash League 2016-17 Schedule & Match Fixtures

The Big Bash league is currently known as KFC Big Bash. BBL is twenty over limited cricket game. Which is consider as a world’s second largest T20 cricket league in the world. Big Bash 2016-17 Schedule to start from 20 December and end will on 28 January 2017. See Below Big Bash League 2016-17 Schedule.

Big Bash League 2016-17 Schedule & BBL Match Fixtures

Big Bash League 2016-17 Schedule

The Big Bash League 2016-17 Schedule to start on 24 December 2016. Total 35 matches will play including Semi-Final and Final in this season. See Below BBL Match Fixtures & Live Streaming

Date Match Fixture Venue
20 December 2016 Match 1 Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers Spotless Stadium
21 December 2016 Match 2 Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat Adelaide Oval
22 December 2016 Match 3 Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Thunder Etihad Stadium
23 December 2016 Match 4 Sydney Sixers vs Hobart Hurricanes SCG
23 December 2016 Match 5 Perth Scorchers vs Adelaide Strikers WACA
26 December 2016 Match 6 Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars Blundstone Arena
27 December 2016 Match 7 Sydney Sixers vs Perth Scorchers SCG
28 December 2016 Match 8 Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat Spotless Stadium
29 December 2016 Match 9 Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers Etihad Stadium
30 December 2016 Match 10 Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes Gabba
31 December 2016 Match 11 Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Sixers Adelaide Oval

1 January 2017

Match 12

Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades

MCG

1 January 2017 Match 13 Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Thunder WACA
2 January 2017 Match 14 Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers Blundstone Arena
3 January 2017 Match 15 Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers Gabba
4 January 2017 Match 16 Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars Spotless Stadium
5 January 2017 Match 17 Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat WACA
6 January 2017 Match 18 Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes Adelaide Oval
7 January 2017 Match 19 Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars Etihad Stadium
8 January 2017 Match 20 Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder Blundstone Arena
9 January 2017 Match 21 Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Renegades SCG
10 January 2017 Match 22 Melbourne Stars vs Adelaide Strikers MCG
11 January 2017 Match 23 Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers Gabba
12 January 2017 Match 24 Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes Etihad Stadium
14 January 2017 Match 25 Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder SCG
14 January 2017 Match 26 Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Stars WACA
16 January 2017 Match 27 Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades Adelaide Oval
17 January 2017 Match 28 Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat MCG
18 January 2017 Match 29 Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers Spotless Stadium
20 January 2017 Match 30 Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Renegades Gabba
21 January 2017 Match 31 Hobart Hurricanes vs Perth Scorchers Blundstone Arena
21 January 2017 Match 32 Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Sixers MCG
24 January 2017 Match 33 1st Semi-Final TBC
25 January 2017 Match 34 2nd Semi-Final TBC
28 January 2017 Match 35 Final TBC

KFC Big Bash Teams

Total eight team will play in this 2016-17 KFC Big Bash . Four team will qualifier in this tournament. Perth Scorchers is most successful team in KFC Big Bash. They have won two times titles in this KFC Big Bash.

Sydney Thunder is the current champion of this tournament. Sydney Thunder won first time KFC Big Bash title. In KFC Big Bash two teams have also won the title their names are Sydney Sixers and Brisbane Heat. All matches will be played in Melbourne ground.

S/N Franchise Coach City Skipper Field
1. Hobart Hurricanes Damien Wright Hobart Tim Paine Blundstone Arena
2. Sydney Thunder Paddy Upton Sydney Michael Hussey Spotless Stadium
3. Brisbane Heat Daniel Vettori Brisbane Chris Lynn Brisbane Cricket Ground
4. Sydney Sixers Darren Berry Sydney Moises Henriques Sydney Cricket Ground
5. Melbourne Renegades David Saker Melbourne Aaron Finch Etihad Stadium
6. Perth Scorchers Justin Langer Perth Adam Voges #TheFurnace
7. Adelaide Strikers Jason Gillespie Adelaide Brad Hodge Adelaide Oval
8. Melbourne Stars Stephen Fleming Melbourne David Hussey Melbourne Cricket Ground

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