BBL Big Bash schedule, fixtures: Sydney Thunder, Sixers games

BBL Big Bash schedule, fixtures: Sydney Thunder, Sixers games

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CRICKET Australia is probably going to make use of the inaugural Christmas Eve cross-town derby in Sydney as a check case for a controversial transfer to Christmas Day in 2019.

The Thunder and Sixers showdown at Spotless Stadium on the evening earlier than Christmas is tipped to interrupt tv scores data this summer season.

However whereas gamers have embraced the thrilling new timeslot for this summer season, Check star Josh Hazlewood warned he doesn’t need Christmas encroached on any additional.

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media_cameraShane Watson, of the Sydney Thunder, and Sydney Sixers’ Moises Henriques will face off on Christmas Eve this yr. Image: Brett Costello

Christmas Day fixtures are common within the NBA and different worldwide sports activities, and Cricket Australia are adamant they’ll make the idea work right here notably if the December 25 match-up is a derby showdown between two sides already primarily based within the one metropolis.

Hazlewood mentioned Christmas Eve could be watched intently by the ability that be, however he doesn’t need CA to push the vacation festivities any additional.

“I think Christmas Eve is as far as we can go,” he mentioned.

“I nonetheless like Christmas Day without work. I assume we’ll see the way it goes this yr. Whether or not it’s a good crowd there or folks doing their very own household factor.

“It fits some folks and everybody has their very own opinion. We’ll see the way it goes.”

media_cameraJosh Hazlewood is not any fan of Christmas Day cricket. Image: Sarah Reed.

Thunder keeper Jay Lenton mentioned the Christmas Eve conflict will alter his regular highway journey again to the household house in Toukley, however believes Sydney will embrace the fixture.

Lenton additionally sees benefit in Christmas Day cricket.

“Again, if it was a Sydney derby it’s probably something you could fit in and something you could make into a family time as well,” he mentioned.

“If there was to be a recreation it must be a derby and I feel it may work. I feel it is a nice begin.

media_cameraMichael Neser and Alex Carey of the Adelaide Strikers have a good time successful final yr’s Big Bash. Image: AAP

“See how the Christmas Eve really goes and I’m certain if that’s a hit sooner or later possibly the subsequent BBL we would see a Christmas Day recreation.

“Clearly the printed numbers and viewership (for Christmas Eve) goes to be large on tv for that evening I’d have thought.”

The Christmas Eve Sydney derby can also be a double-header with the WBBL conflict going down earlier within the day.

Organisers are assured Sydneysiders will incorporate the cricket into their Christmas Eve plans and make the trek out to Spotless Stadium which holds 21,500.

FULL BBL SCHEDULE

All occasions are native

Brisbane Warmth v Adelaide Strikers on the Gabba, December 19, 6:15pm

Melbourne Renegades v Perth Scorchers at Docklands, December 20, 7:15pm

Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars at TBC, December 21, 7:15pm

Sydney Sixers v Perth Scorchers on the SCG, December 22, three:30pm

Brisbane Warmth v Hobart Hurricanes at Carrara Stadium, December 22, 6:00pm

Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades at Adelaide Oval, December 23, 6:45pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Stars at Bellerive Oval, December 24, three:45pm

Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers at Sydney Showground, December 24, 7:15pm

Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers at Perth Stadium, December 26, four:15pm

Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars on the SCG, December 27, 7:15pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Thunder at Bellerive, December 28, 7:15pm

Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers at Docklands, December 29, 7:00pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers at York Park, December 30, 7:15pm

Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder at Adelaide Oval, December 31, 6:45pm

Brisbane Warmth v Sydney Sixers at Carrara Stadium, January 1, 1:45pm

Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades on the MCG, January 1, 7:15pm

media_cameraD’Arcy Brief took the BBL by storm final yr. Image: Getty

Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers at Sydney Showground, January 2, 7:15pm

Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers at TBC, January three, 7:15pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers at Bellerive Oval, January four, 7:15pm

Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder at Carrara Stadium, January 5, 5:15pm

Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Warmth at Perth Stadium, January 5, 6:30pm

Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers at Adelaide Oval, January 6, 6:45pm

Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes at Docklands, January 7, 7:15pm

Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Warmth at Sydney Showground, January eight, 7:15pm

Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers at MCG, January 9, 7:15pm

Brisbane Warmth v Melbourne Renegades on the Gabba, January 10, 6:15pm

Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars at Adelaide Oval, January 11, 6:30pm

Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers at Sydney Showground, January 13, 2:45pm

Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Warmth at TBC, January 13, 6:35pm

Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers at Perth Stadium, January 13, 6:35pm

Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes at MCG, January 14, 7:15pm

Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades at SCG, January 16, 7:15pm

Brisbane Warmth v Sydney Thunder at The Gabba, January 17, 6:15pm

Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes at Perth Stadium, January 18, 6:30pm

Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars at Docklands Stadium, January 19, 6:45pm

Sydney Sixers v Brisbane Warmth at SCG, January 20, 7:15pm

Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes at Adelaide Oval, January 21, 6:45pm

Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades at Sydney Showground, January 22, 7:15pm

Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers at TBC, January 23, 2:45pm

Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes at SCG, January 23, 7:15pm

Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder at Perth Stadium, January 24, 6:40pm

Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Warmth at MCG, January 27, 7:40pm

Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Renegades at Perth Stadium, January 28, 6:15pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Warmth at Bellerive Oval, January 29, four:00pm

Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers at SCG, January 29, 7:00pm

Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Thunder at Docklands Stadium, January 30, 7:15pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers at York Park, January 31, 7:40pm

Brisbane Warmth v Perth Scorchers at The Gabba, February 1, 7:40pm

Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder at SCG, February 2, 7:00pm

Adelaide Strikers v Brisbane Warmth at Adelaide Oval, February three, 5:45pm

Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars at Perth Stadium, February three, 6:15pm

Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades at Bellerive Oval, February 7, 7:40pm

Brisbane Warmth v Melbourne Stars at The Gabba, February eight, 7:40pm

Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers at Traeger Park, February 9, 1:15pm

Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes at TBC, February 9, 6:15pm

Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers at MCG, February 10, 2:45pm

Semi ultimate 1, February 14 at TBC

Semi ultimate 2, February 15 at TBC

Grand Last, February 17 at TBC

ADELAIDE STRIKERS

Wednesday, 19 December 2018 v Brisbane Warmth

Gabba, 6:15pm

Sunday, 23 December 2018 v Melbourne Renegades

Adelaide Oval, 6:45pm

Wednesday, 26 December 2018 v Perth Scorchers

Optus Stadium, four:15pm

Monday, 31 December 2018 v Sydney Thunder

Adelaide Oval, 6:45pm

Thursday, three January 2019 v Melbourne Renegades

TBC, 7:15pm

Sunday, 6 January 2019 v Sydney Sixers

Adelaide Oval, 6:45pm

Friday, 11 January 2019 v Melbourne Stars

Adelaide Oval, 6:30pm

Sunday, 13 January 2019 v Sydney Thunder

Spotless Stadium, 2:45pm

Monday, 21 January 2019 v Hobart Hurricanes

Adelaide Oval, 6:45pm

Wednesday, 23 January 2019 v Melbourne Stars

TBC, 2:45pm

Tuesday, 29 January 2019 v Sydney Sixers

SCG, 7:00pm

Thursday, 31 January 2019 v Hobart Hurricanes

UTAS Stadium. 7:40pm

Sunday, three February 2019 v Brisbane Warmth

Adelaide Oval, 5:45pm

Saturday, 9 February 2019 v Perth Scorchers

Traeger Park, 1:15pm

MELBOURNE RENEGADES

Thursday, 20 December 2018 v Perth Scorchers

Marvel Stadium, 7:15PM

Sunday, 23 December 2018 v Adelaide Strikers

Adelaide Oval, 7:15PM

Saturday, 29 December 2018 v Sydney Sixers

Marvel Stadium, 7:00PM

Tuesday, 1 January 2019 v Melbourne Stars

MCG, 7:15PM

Thursday, three January 2019 v Adelaide Strikers

TBC, 7:15PM

Monday, 7 January 2019 v Hobart Hurricanes

Marvel Stadium, 7:15PM

Thursday, 10 January 2019 v Brisbane Warmth

Gabba, 6:15PM

Sunday, 13 January 2019 v Brisbane Warmth

TBC, 6:35PM

Wednesday, 16 January 2019 v Sydney Sixers

SCG, 7:15PM

Saturday, 19 January 2019 v Melbourne Stars

Marvel Stadium, 6:45PM

Tuesday, 22 January 2019 v Sydney Thunder

Spotless Stadium, 7:15PM

Monday, 28 January 2019 v Perth Scorchers

Optus Stadium, 9:15PM

Wednesday, 30 January 2019 v Sydney Thunder

Marvel Stadium, 7.15PM

Thursday, 7 February 2019 v Hobart Hurricanes

Blundstone Area, 7:40PM

media_cameraGlenn Maxwell smashes a lower shot. Image. Phil Hillyard

MELBOURNE STARS

Friday, 21 December 2018 v Sydney Thunder

TBC, 7:15PM

Monday, 24 December 2018 v Hobart Hurricanes

Blundstone Area, three:45PM

Thursday, 27 December 2018 v Sydney Sixers

SCG, 7:15PM

Tuesday, 1 January 2019 v Melbourne Renegades

MCG, 7:15PM

Saturday, 5 January 2019 v Sydney Thunder

Metricon Stadium, 5:15PM

Wednesday, 9 January 2019 v Perth Scorchers

MCG, 7:15PM

Friday, 11 January 2019 v Adelaide Strikers

Adelaide Oval, 7:00PM

media_cameraThe celebs could have a really totally different look this season, with Kevin Pietersen departing. Image: AAP

Monday, 14 January 2019 v Hobart Hurricanes

MCG, 7:15PM

Saturday, 19 January 2019 v Melbourne Renegades

Marvel Stadium, 6:45PM

Wednesday, 23 January 2019 v Adelaide Strikers

TBC, 2:45PM

Sunday, 27 January 2019 v Brisbane Warmth

MCG, 7:40PM

Sunday, three February 2019 v Perth Scorchers

Optus Stadium, 9:15PM

Friday, eight February 2019 v Brisbane Warmth

Gabba, 7:40PM

Sunday, 10 February 2019 v Sydney Sixers

MCG, 2:45PM

SYDNEY THUNDER

Friday, 21 December 2018 v Melbourne Stars

TBC, 7.15pm

Monday, 24 December v Sydney Sixers

Spotless Stadium, 7.15pm

Friday, 28 December v Hobart Hurricanes

Blundstone Area, 7.15pm

Monday, 31 December v Adelaide Strikers

Adelaide Oval, 6.45pm

Wednesday, 2 January 2019 v Perth Scorchers

Spotless Stadium, 7.15pm

media_cameraUsman Khawaja pulls off a ramp shot. Image: Getty

Saturday, 5 January v Melbourne Stars

Metricon Stadium, 5.15pm

Tuesday, eight January v Brisbane Warmth

Spotless Stadium, 7.15pm

Sunday, 13 January v Adelaide Strikers

Spotless Stadium, 2.45pm

Thursday, 17 January v Brisbane Warmth

Gabba, 6.15pm

Tuesday, 22 January v Melbourne Renegades

Spotless Stadium, 7.15pm

Thursday, 24 January v Perth Scorchers

Optus Stadium, 6.40pm

Saturday, 9 February v Hobart Hurricanes

TBC, 6.15pm

Wednesday, 30 January v Melbourne Renegades

Etihad Stadium, 7.15pm

Saturday, 2 February v Sydney Sixers

SCG, 7pm

SYDNEY SIXERS

Saturday, 22 December v Perth Scorchers

SCG, three.30pm

Monday, 24 December v Sydney Thunder

Spotless Stadium, 7.15pm

Thursday, 27 December v Melbourne Stars

SCG, 7.15pm

Saturday, 29 December v Melbourne Renegades

Marvel Stadium, 7pm

Tuesday, 1 January v Brisbane Warmth

Metricon Stadium, 1.45pm

Friday, four January v Hobart Hurricanes

Blundstone Area, 7.15pm

Sunday, 6 January v Adelaide Strikers

Adelaide Oval, 6.45pm

Sunday, 13 January v Perth Scorchers

Perth Stadium, 6.35pm

Wednesday, 16 January v Melbourne Renegades

SCG, 7.15pm

Sunday, 20 January v Brisbane Warmth

SCG, 7.15pm

Wednesday, 23 January v Hobart Hurricanes

SCG, 7.15pm

Tuesday, 29 January v Adelaide Strikers

SCG, 7pm

Saturday, 2 February v Sydney Thunder

SCG, 7pm

Sunday, 10 February v Melbourne Stars

MCG, 2.45pm

PERTH SCORCHERS, BRISBANE HEAT AND HOBART HURRICANES FIXTURES TO COME

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