- BBL 2021-22 is set to get underway on December 5.
- All matches of the 2021-22 edition of the tournament will happen across 8 venues.
The 11th edition of Australia’s Big Bash League is almost here! For all the lovers of T20 cricket, there will be some exciting action over the course of the tournament and while there will be the greats of the game and proven match-winners on display, it will also be the perfect platform for budding talented cricketers to announce their readiness for the big stage.
It will be the reigning champions Sydney Sixers up against Melbourne Stars at the Sydney Cricket Ground in the tournament opener. A total of 61 matches are scheduled to come our way including the knock-out fixtures. As many as eight teams will fight it out for ultimate glory.
When does BBL 2021-22 begin?
BBL 2021-22 is set to get underway on December 5.
At what time will BBL 2021-22 matches begin?
Most of the matches are set to commence at 1:45 PM IST but round 2 matches have a 5:30 AM IST start.
Where will BBL 2021-22 matches be played?
Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Launceston, Coffs Harbour and Perth will host the matches of the 2021-22 edition of the Big Bash League.
Where can one watch BBL matches on television in India?
BBL matches will be broadcast live on Sony Sports Network.
Can one live stream BBL matches in India?
Live streaming of BBL 2021-22 will be available on Sony Liv app and website.
Where to tune for Latest Updates?
One can visit www.sportstiger.com for live score updates. He/She can also download the SportsTiger app available on the Google Play Store and App Store.
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