5 Best matches in BBL history

In 2011, Cricket Australia started the Big Bash Competition (BBL), which is a Twenty20 cricket tournament for professional clubs in Australia. It is sometimes called the KFC Big Bash League when it comes to marketing. We are going to discuss about today BBL match news.  As a replacement for the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash, the Big Bash League has eight city-based teams instead of the six state teams that were in the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. KFC is the main sponsor of the league. It is one of only two T20 cricket leagues, along with the Indian Premier League, to make it into the top 10 in terms of average attendance.

In Australia, BBL matches take place at different places in December, January, and February.

Six out of the eight teams in the tournament have already won the whole thing. The Perth Scorchers have won four league titles, more than any other team in the league’s short history. Consecutively three times they have won the championship. Three times, the tournament has been won by the Sydney Sixers, including two years in a row. The other four champions are the Brisbane Heat, the Sydney Thunder, the Melbourne Renegades, and the Adelaide Strikers.

The Champions League Twenty20 is an international Twenty20 tournament that the best teams from different countries compete every year. Before 2014, the event could be played by the top two teams in the league. The Champions League Twenty20 stopped being after the 2014 season.

 Here is the list of and the best five BBL matches:

  • Semi-final match between the Melbourne Stars and the Perth Scorchers

Rain cut short an exciting semi-final, but James Faulkner, not the usual captain Shane Warne, walked out to meet Simon Katich for the toss instead of Shane Warne. The rain took away from what would have been a great game. As usual, the King of Spin was in charge, but Warne and Cameron White were kicked out for slow overrate, so the Stars added a C to Faulkner’s name. Because it rained more, the Scorchers had to score 139 runs in 13 overs. White and Brad Hodge hit some great shots, bringing the visitors’ total to 183 in 18 overs, which helped bring down the goal. Shaun Marsh scored 27 runs in the first over for the Scorchers against Alex Keath. Because the slippery tablet made him feel happy, Warne decided not to go bowling. In the last over of the game, when the Stars needed 10 runs, Faulkner threw six great balls, but none of the three Stars captains noticed that only three players were in the circle for the last ball. The allrounder had to re-bowl, and Adam Voges finished the job with a boundary that made the Stars wonder how they could have lost a playoff spot. When they didn’t win by a run, the Stars were left wondering how they had thrown away a spot in the playoffs.

  • The match taking place between the Sydney Sixers and the Perth Scorchers

The first time a super over was used in the BBL, it brought an exciting game to a close in less-than-ideal weather. Brett Lee, the Sixers’ senior bowler, got rid of four Scorchers and kept them to 153 runs. Steve Smith, who will be the next Test captain, and the Sixers looked like they were about to win. But when he was taken out of the game in the 18th over, the home team had to work hard to get a tie, which meant that the game was over after only 19 overs. It took a boundary from Adam Voges (again!) off Brett Lee’s first delivery for the Scorchers to pull off an unexpected win after Yasir Arafat bowled Smith with the first ball of the over and then got rid of Moises Henriques (for his second duck of the match).

  • Hobart Hurricanes vs Brisbane Heat

 When the top-ranked Hobart Hurricanes went to the Gabba to play the last-place Brisbane Heat, they probably thought they’d win easily. The Heat’s openers, Andrew Robinson and Matthew Hayden helped the underdogs get to 100 runs in the ninth over. They then went on to score nearly 200 runs, which was the highest total in BBL history. When Jono Wells was out for 57 in the eighth over, it looked like the Hurricanes would never be able to win. They were a long way from winning, but subs like Travis Birt and Owais Shah played very well and got them very close. In the last over, Shah hit two straight fours to get three runs off of two balls. But Alister McDermott kept his cool when Birt and Shah both got out on the last two balls of the game, giving the Heat a thrilling win in a close game.

  • The final match between the Sydney Sixers and the Perth Scorchers.

The Sixers and the Scorchers had another great match, giving BBL|04 the grand finale it deserved. When the Sixers were struggling and had only won two of their first seven games, their captain, Moises Henriques, stepped up. His 77 off 57 balls was the only important thing the Sixers did in their meagre 147 against the Scorchers’ strong attack. Shaun Marsh (73 off 59) and the rest of his team were cruising along and having a great time until a late mistake left them needing eight runs off Brett Lee’s last over of the game and of his career. His first ball was hit for four runs, but he quickly got back on track and got Nathan Coulter-Nile and Sam Whiteman out with back-to-back yorkers when the game was tied. Yasir Arafat just managed to avoid Lee’s final, brutal blow. The Scorchers were able to win back-to-back titles because the batters scrambled for a run and Henriques dropped the exact throw at the non-end, striker’s end.

  • Adelaide Strikers vs. Sydney Sixers

Travis Head’s first game in front of the Australian public was in this game. To this day, everyone who was there will always remember it as the day their lives changed. Since the Strikers needed 51 runs in the last 18 balls and Brad Haddin and Ed Cowan led the Sixers to a great score, it didn’t look like they would win. But Head scored 4, 6, 6, and 1 off Sean Abbott’s 18th over to help his team get back in the game. The left-handed batsman hit six hits for nine runs in the last over of the game, giving him his century and giving the Strikers an unexpected win on New Year’s Eve.

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