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Big Bash League T20 2013

Big Bash League T20 2013This is one of the best news for all the punters who were waiting for the Big Bash League T20 Tournaments. One of the most awaited tournament is going to start on Friday, December 21st 2013 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, the home venue of the Melbourne Stars. The tournament will last for 2 long months and will end on 15th Feb 2013. Each team will play a total of eight matches before the top four teams enter elimination semi-finals (1 vs 4, 2 vs 3), in which the winners will progress to the final. The top 2 teams will qualify for Champions League T20 in 2014.

The competition features eight privately owned, city-based franchises, instead of the six state-based teams which had previously competed in the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. Each state's capital city features one team, with Sydney and Melbourne featuring two. The team names and colours for all teams were officially announced on 6 April 2011.

We have also published the schedule of Big Bash T20 2013-14 on this page.

Brisbane Heat
Brisbane Heat


They had a shocking start to the tournament last year and then finished with a flurry. I think their strength are their allrounders. Daniel Christian is obviously an Australian player who is dynamic with bat and ball. Ben Cutting missed the Big Bash last year but is an aggressive fast bowler with an excellent bouncer and his hitting has gone to a new level this year. I wouldn’t be surprised if he was used as a pinch-hitter. James Hopes is as competitive of a player as there is in Australian domestic cricket. He’s very good with both bat and ball. Mitchell Johnson, who I think is going to be available for later in the tournament, is another in the shorter form of the game, we know about his bowling, but his hitting is very, very underrated. He could be a floater in the order along with Cutting.

Squad: Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Daniel Christian, Peter Forrest, Cameron Gannon, Ryan Harris, Chris Hartley, Nathan Hauritz, James Hopes, Mitchell Johnson, Chris Lynn, Alister McDermott, Luke Pomersbach, Kemar Roach, Andrew Robinson, Dale Steyn, Shane Watson, Daniel Vettori


Melbourne Renegades
Brisbane Heat


The Renegades were disappointing last year. They haven’t gone for the biggest profile squad, they’ve actually gone for just proven good players around the country… guys like Tom Cooper, Aaron O’Brien, Nathan Rimmington and Ben Rohrer. They might not be bringing in all the crowds, but they’re very effective players. Expect Aaron Finch as captain to really dominate at the top of the order. Two younger players, Jayde Herrick – the tattooed fast bowler – gets an opportunity, along with Michael Hill who was injured last year but is a very sweet timer of the ball.



Squad: Fawad Ahmed, Meyrick Buchanan, Tom Cooper, Alex Doolan, Brendan Drew, Aaron Finch, Daniel Harris, Jayde Herrick, Michael Hill, James Muirhead, Muttiah Muralitharan, Peter Nevill, Aaron O'Brien, Darren Pattinson, Nathan Rimmington, Ben Rohrer, Will Sheridan, Marlon Samuels



Hobart Hurricanes
Brisbane Heat


As a team, I like the Hurricanes. They were unlucky to get knocked out in the semi-finals last year. They’ve got a very strong batting line-up. Travis Birt was probably the batsman of the tournament last year. Expect the same sort of runs from him. You’ve got George Bailey and also Tim Paine who missed last year with injury. He’ll open up and score a lot of runs so I don’t see runs being a problem for the Hurricanes.



Squad: George Bailey, Travis Birt, Aiden Blizzard, Doug Bollinger, Ed Cowan, Xavier Doherty, Ben Dunk, Ben Hilfenhaus, Michael Hogan, Jason Krejza, Ben Laughlin, Tim Paine, Ricky Ponting, Owais Shah, Scott Styris, Timm van der Gugten, Jonathan Wells


Perth Scorchers
Brisbane Heat


It was a great effort from them last year to host the final. They came second and got themselves into the Champions League. They’re really tough to beat at home. They seem to lift with their packed crowd there. The key to their batting will be Adam Voges, Marcus North, Simon Katich, Mike Hussey for the odd game, and the Marsh brothers – both excellent T20 players. They’ve got a strong squad.



Squad: Ashton Agar, Tim Armstrong, Michael Beer, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Patrick Cummins, Ben Edmondson, Herschelle Gibbs, Brad Hogg, Michael Hussey, Simon Katich, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Joe Mennie, Alfonso Thomas, Marcus North, Tom Triffitt, Adam Voges



Sydney Sixers
Brisbane Heat


For the Sixers, the reigning BBL champs that won the T20 Champions League, they’ve got a really good, solid team and they’ve obviously got great team spirit. Trevor Bayliss has coached them beautifully. All the names there, they’ve got Brad Haddin, Brett Lee, Nic Maddinson, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc – what a great up-and-coming set of cricketers they’ve got who play with a lot of flair.



Squad: Brad Haddin, Luke Feldman, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Josh Lalor, Brett Lee, Michael Lumb, Nic Maddinson, Jeevan Mendis, Ian Moran, Sunil Narine, Stephen O’Keefe, Kurtis Patterson, Daniel Smith, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Dominic Thornely, David Warner




Adelaide Strikers
Brisbane Heat


The Strikers generally base their game on spin and seeing that their captain Johan Botha is an excellent player, and their recent signings Saeed Ajmal and Cameron Boyce from Queensland, I think you'll find that will be their game plan again. Generally they rely on steady runs up the top and that’ll be the case again this year with Michael Klinger and Phillip Hughes.



Squad:Johan Botha, Theo Doropoulos, Callum Ferguson, Phillip Hughes, Michael Klinger, Nathan Lyon, Andrew McDonald, Michael Neser, Kieron Pollard, Gary Putland, Nathan Reardon, Kane Richardson, James Smith, Shaun Tait, Tim Ludeman, Cameron Boyce



Melbourne Stars
Brisbane Heat


The Stars were probably disappointing in the first year. Expect a better performance from them this year. They’ve got some big recruits; Shane Warne obviously taking over the captaincy, plus Brad Hodge and Glen Maxwell over from the Renegades so they’re massive ins for the Stars. And really if you look through their squad, there’s no real weakness. Their ability to get runs and take wickets should make sure that they’re well and truly one of the favourites for the tournament.



Squad: Shane Warne, Jackson Bird, James Faulkner, Pete Handscomb, John Hastings, Brad Hodge, David Hussey, Alex Keath, Glenn Maxwell, Clint McKay, James Pattinson, Rob Quiney, Clive Rose, Matthew Wade, Cameron White, Luke Wright, Lasith Malinga



Sydney Thunder
Brisbane Heat


The Stars were probably disappointing in the first year. Expect a better performance from them this year. They’ve got some big recruits; Shane Warne obviously taking over the captaincy, plus Brad Hodge and Glen Maxwell over from the Renegades so they’re massive ins for the Stars. And really if you look through their squad, there’s no real weakness. Their ability to get runs and take wickets should make sure that they’re well and truly one of the favourites for the tournament.

They might not have the highest profile local players but their imports are big names. Chris Gayle is probably the No.1 player in the world when it comes to T20 cricket. With his awesome power he can almost hit any ball for six. Just watching him in the T20 world cup, you might get a dot ball with one type of delivery, but if you bowl it again, he’s already worked out a plan against it. He’s an imposing presence at the crease and you’d imagine they’ll win a lot of games if he gets going. His off-spin is really underrated aswell. It’s a real shame we won’t get to see Shahid Afridi out here too, he’s fantastic in T20 cricket. Martin Guptill and Matt Prior are only going to play a few games but I think the Thunder need a fair bit out of their imports.



Squad:Sean Abbott, Cameron Borgas, Ryan Carters, Michael Clarke, Mark Cosgrove, Adam Coyte, Scott Coyte, Luke Doran, Jason Floros, Chris Gayle, Martin Guptill, Rhett Lockyear, Azhar Mahmood, Dirk Nannes, Gurinder Sandhu, Chris Tremain, Usman Khawaja, Chris Rogers, Matt Prior, Adam Zampa.


Live Coverage

Network Ten is thrilled to be the broadcast partner of the KFC T20 Big Bash League. Network Ten’s live coverage will boast all of the excitement and action of all 35 matches.

TEN Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Hamish McLennan said: “We are delighted to join forces with Cricket Australia as its exclusive domestic Twenty20 cricket partner and we look forward to a long, successful partnership.”

Mark Waugh AM, Damien Fleming, Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist will join the commentary team for BBL|03. - See more at: http://www.bigbash.com.au/match-centre/fixture#sthash.2JhJGMiy.dpuf

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