BBL 2023-24 Schedule: The Big Bash League (BBL), Australia’s professional Twenty20 cricket competition, is scheduled to start on December 7 at The Gabba in Brisbane. The tournament will have eight teams and will feature a new schedule that was created by Australian cricket officials. Let’s delve into the BBL 2023-24 Schedule, Big Bash League 13 Fixtures, Venues, Teams and Squads.
Big Bash League 13, BBL 2023-24 Details
The top two teams in the BBL 2023-24 league stage will have two chances to reach the final. The top four teams will make it to the playoffs, instead of the top five as in previous years. The top two teams will play in the Qualifier 1 match, and the winner will go straight to the final. The loser of Qualifier 1 will get a second chance in Qualifier 2.
The third and fourth-ranked teams will play in the Eliminator match. The winner of the Eliminator will play the loser of Qualifier 1 in Qualifier 2. Each team will play 10 home and away games in the league stage, which is a reduction of 4 games per team from previous years. There will also be fewer doubleheaders and no cricket on Christmas Day. The BBL 2023-24 season will start on December 7 and the final will be played on January 24.
|Countries Present Big Bash League 2023-24||Australia|
|Dates of Big Bash League 2023-24||BBL 2023-24|
07 December 2023 – 24 January 2024
|Administrator of Big Bash League 2023-24||Cricket board Australia|
|Format of Big Bash League 2023-24||Twenty20|
|First edition of Big Bash League||2011–12|
|Latest edition of Big Bash League||2023–24|
|Next edition of Big Bash League||2023–24|
|Number of teams for Big Bash League 2023-24||8|
|Current champion of Big Bash League||Perth Scorchers (5th title)|
|Most successful of Big Bash League||Perth Scorchers (5th title)|
|TV Network of Big Bash League||Seven Network, Fox Cricket|
|Website of Big Bash League||BBL|
|Official Website:||Big Bash League|
BBL 2023-24 Venues, Stadiums
- Adelaide Oval: Adelaide Oval is a multi-purpose stadium in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of the Adelaide Strikers and the South Australian Cricket Association. Adelaide Oval has a capacity of 53,583 spectators.
- Bellerive Oval: Bellerive Oval is a cricket ground in Hobart, Tasmania. It is the home of the Hobart Hurricanes and the Tasmanian Cricket Association. Bellerive Oval has a capacity of 16,500 spectators.
- Brisbane Cricket Ground: The Brisbane Cricket Ground, also known as the Gabba, is a multi-purpose stadium in Brisbane, Queensland. It is the home of the Brisbane Heat and the Queensland Cricket Association. The Gabba has a capacity of 48,500 spectators.
- Cairns International Stadium: Cairns International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Cairns, Queensland. It is the home of the Sydney Sixers and the North Queensland Cricket Association. Cairns International Stadium has a capacity of 16,500 spectators.
- Canberra’s Manuka Oval: Manuka Oval is a multi-purpose stadium in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. It is the home of the Canberra Strikers and the Cricket ACT. Manuka Oval has a capacity of 13,500 spectators.
- Coffs Harbour International Stadium: Coffs Harbour International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales. It is the home of the Sydney Thunder and the North Coast Cricket Council. Coffs Harbour International Stadium has a capacity of 20,000 spectators.
- Docklands Stadium: Docklands Stadium, also known as Marvel Stadium and Etihad Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Melbourne, Victoria. It is the home of the Melbourne Stars and the Australian Football League (AFL). Docklands Stadium has a capacity of 56,333 spectators.
- Geelong’s Simonds Stadium: Simonds Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Geelong, Victoria. It is the home of the Geelong Football Club (AFL) and the Melbourne Renegades. Simonds Stadium has a capacity of 36,000 spectators.
- Gold Coast’s Metricon Stadium: Metricon Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Carrara, Queensland. It is the home of the Gold Coast Suns (AFL) and the Brisbane Heat. Metricon Stadium has a capacity of 25,000 spectators.
- Hobart’s Blundstone Arena: Blundstone Arena is a multi-purpose stadium in Hobart, Tasmania. It is the home of the Hobart Hurricanes and the Tasmanian Cricket Association. Blundstone Arena has a capacity of 20,000 spectators.
- Launceston’s UTAS Stadium: UTAS Stadium, also known as Invermay Park, is a multi-purpose stadium in Launceston, Tasmania. It is the home of the Melbourne Renegades and the Tasmanian Cricket Association. UTAS Stadium has a capacity of 18,000 spectators.
- Melbourne Cricket Ground: The Melbourne Cricket Ground, also known as the MCG, is a multi-purpose stadium in Melbourne, Victoria. It is the home of the Melbourne Renegades, the Melbourne Stars, the Victoria cricket team, and the Australian Football League (AFL). The MCG has a capacity of 100,024 spectators.
- Perth Stadium: Perth Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Perth, Western Australia. It is the home of the Perth Scorchers and the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA). Perth Stadium has a capacity of 60,00.
|Melbourne Cricket Ground||Melbourne|
|Sydney Cricket Ground||Sydney|
|Blundstone Arena/Bellerive Oval||Hobart|
|Coffs Harbour International Stadium||Coffs Harbour|
|Lavington Sports Ground||Albury|
|University of Tasmania Stadium||Launceston|
BBL 2023-24 Schedule, Fixtures with Date and Venues
|Date||BBL 2023-24 Fixtures||Venue|
|Thu, Dec 7||Brisbane Heat vs Melbourne Stars||Brisbane|
|Fri, Dec 8||Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Renegades||Sydney Cricket Ground|
|Sat, Dec 9||Adelaide Strikers vs Brisbane Heat||Adelaide Oval|
|Sun, Dec 10||Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers||GMHBA Stadium|
|Mon, Dec 11||Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers||University of Tasmania Stadium|
|Tue, Dec 12||Sydney Thunder vs Brisbane Heat||Manuka Oval|
|Wed, Dec 13||Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers||Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|Tue, Dec 19||Adelaide Strikers vs Sydney Thunder||Adelaide Oval|
|Wed, Dec 20||Perth Scorchers vs Hobart Hurricanes||Optus Stadium|
|Thu, Dec 21||Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat||Marvel Stadium|
|Fri, Dec 22||Sydney Sixers vs Adelaide Strikers||Sydney Cricket Ground|
|Sat, Dec 23||Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Thunder||Lavington Sports Ground|
|Sat, Dec 23||Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades||Blundstone Arena|
|Tue, Dec 26||Sydney Sixers vs Melbourne Stars||Sydney Cricket Ground|
|Tue, Dec 26||Perth Scorchers vs Melbourne Renegades||Optus Stadium|
|Wed, Dec 27||Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder||Brisbane, Gabba|
|Thu, Dec 28||Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars||Blundstone Arena|
|Fri, Dec 29||Melbourne Renegades vs Adelaide Strikers||Marvel Stadium|
|Sat, Dec 30||Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers||Sydney Sydney Showground Stadium|
|Sun, Dec 31||Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Stars||Adelaide Oval|
|Mon, Jan 1||Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder||Blundstone Arena|
|Mon, Jan 1||Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers||Brisbane, Gabba|
|Tue, Jan 2||Melbourne Stars vs Melbourne Renegades||Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|Wed, Jan 3||Sydney Sixers vs Brisbane Heat||Coffs and Harbor International Stadium|
|Wed, Jan 3||Perth Scorchers vs Adelaide Strikers||Optus Stadium|
|Thu, Jan 4||Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes||Marvel Stadium|
|Fri, Jan 5||Adelaide Strikers vs Perth Scorchers||Adelaide Oval|
|Sat, Jan 6||Melbourne Stars vs Sydney Sixers||Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|Sun, Jan 7||Brisbane Heat vs Hobart Hurricanes||Brisbane, Gabba|
|Mon, Jan 8||Sydney Thunder vs Perth Scorchers Sydney||Sydney Showground Stadium|
|Tue, Jan 9||Adelaide Strikers vs Hobart Hurricanes||Adelaide Oval|
|Wed, Jan 10||Brisbane Heat vs Perth Scorchers||Brisbane, Gabba|
|Thu, Jan 11||Hobart Hurricanes vs Adelaide Strikers||Blundstone Arena|
|Fri, Jan 12||Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder||Sydney Cricket Ground|
|Sat, Jan 13||Perth Scorchers vs Brisbane Heat||Optus Stadium|
|Sat, Jan 13||Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars||Marvel Stadium|
|Sun, Jan 14||Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers||Manuka Oval|
|Mon, Jan 15||Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes||Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|Tue, Jan 16||Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Sixers||Optus, Stadium|
|Wed, Jan 17||Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Renegades||Sydney Sydney Showground Stadium|
|Fri, Jan 19||The Qualifier||TBC|
|Sat, Jan 20||The Knockout||TBC|
|Mon, Jan 22||The Challenger||TBC|
|Wed, Jan 24||The Final||TBC|
BBL 2023-24 All Teams and Captains List
|BBL 2023-24 Franchise/Club||Captain (as per last season)|
|Hobart Hurricane||Matthew Wade|
|Melbourne Stars||Glenn Maxwell|
|Melbourne Renegades||Nic Maddinson|
|Sydney Sixers||Moises Henriques|
|Sydney Thunders||Jason Sangha|
|Perth Scorchers||Ashton Turner|
|Brisbane Heat||Usman Khawaja|
|Adelaide Strikers||Travis Head|
BBL 2023-24 All Team Squads, Player List
The squads listed below are based on the Big Bash League (BBL) 2022-23 season. The new squads will be updated soon.
Brisbane Heat Squad 2023-24
Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Max Bryant, Sam Hain, Sam Heazlett, Sam Billings, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Colin Munro, Michael Neser, Usman Khawaja, Matthew Renshaw, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Jimmy Peirson, Jack Wildermuth, Spencer Johnson, Ross Whiteley, Will Prestwidge, Josh Brown
Sydney Sixers Squad 2023-24
Sean Abbott, Jackson Bird, Ben Dwarshuis, Moises Henriques, Dan Christian, Hayden Kerr, Nathan Lyon, Izharulhaq Naveed, Daniel Hughes, Steve O’Keefe, Kurtis Patterson, Chris Jordan, Jordan Silk, James Vince, Josh Philippe, Mickey Edwards, Jack Edwards, Todd Murphy, Josh Kann (local replacement player), Steve Smith, Naveen-ul-Haq (partial replacement for Chris Jordan)
Adelaide Strikers Squad 2023-24
Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Harry Conway, Cameron Boyce, Ryan Gibson, Travis Head, Colin de Grandhomme, Henry Hunt, Thomas Kelly, Rashid Khan, Adam Hose, Harry Nielsen, Matt Short, Jake Weatherald, Henry Thorton, Peter Siddle, Chris Lynn, Ben Manenti, Jordan Buckingham
Melbourne Renegades Squad 2023-24
Zak Evans, Aaron Finch, Liam Livingstone (withdrawn), Akeal Hosein, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Nic Maddinson (c), Jake Fraser-McGurk, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Kane Richardson, Shaun Marsh, Will Sutherland, Jon Wells, Jack Prestwidge, Tom Rogers, Marcus Harris, Andre Russell (replacing Liam Livingstone, first four matches only), Martin Guptill (replacing Liam Livingstone, 10 group matches and finals), Corey Rocchiccioli, Ruwantha Kellapotha, Peter Handscomb, Fawad Ahmed (injury replacement for Shaun Marsh), Matt Critchley (overseas replacement from January 9)
Melbourne Stars Squad 2023-24
Trent Boult, Joe Burns (injured), Joe Clarke, Brody Couch, Hilton Cartwright, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe, Nick Larkin, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Glenn Maxwell (c), Beau Webster, Luke Wood, Adam Zampa, Marcus Stoinis, Tom O’Connell, Sam Elliott, Campbell Kellaway, Cam McClure, James Seymour (local replacement player)
Perth Scorchers Squad 2023-24
Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Cooper Connolly, Cameron Bancroft, Laurie Evans (contract terminated), Aaron Hardie, Cameron Green, Nick Hobson, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Mitch Marsh (injured), Peter Hatzoglou, Lance Morris, Jhye Richardson, Phil Salt (injured), Tymal Mills (withdrawn), Andrew Tye, Faf du Plessis (replacing Laurie Evans, first seven matches only), Adam Lyth (replacing Phil Salt, first half only), Ashton Turner, Stephen Eskinazi, Hamish McKenzie, David Payne (replacement for Tymal Mills for second half of the season)
Hobart Hurricanes Squad 2023-24
Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Nathan Ellis, Caleb Jewell, Tim David, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Mitch Owen, Shadab Khan, Wil Parker, D’Arcy Short, Matthew Wade, Joel Paris, Paddy Dooley, Chris Tremain, Mac Wright, Billy Stanlake, Zak Crawley (overseas replacement for Shadab Khan), Jimmy Neesham
Sydney Thunder Squad 2023-24
Oliver Davies, Matthew Gilkes, Chris Green, Brendan Doggett, Baxter Holt, Nathan McAndrew, Alex Ross, Alex Hales, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha (c), Tanveer Sangha, Rilee Rossouw, David Willey (withdrawn), Fazalhaq Farooqi (replacing David Willey, contract terminated on December 23), Ben Cutting, Usman Qadir, David Warner, Gurinder Sandhu, Sam Whiteman, Joel Davies
How to watch Big Bash League 2023-24 live Streaming in your country?
BBL Live Streaming: BBL 2023-24 matches will be live stream on TV in India on the Sony Sports Network. You can watch them on the Sony Six and Sony Six HD channels, as well as on the SONY TEN 1 and SONY TEN 3 channels. You can also watch them live on the Sony Liv app.
Where will BBL 2023 be held?
BBL 2023 will take place in Australia from 07 December.
When will BBL 2023 match be Started?
BBL 2023 match will start on 07 December 2023 at 1:45 PM IST