Cricket India

Cricket India

Cricket India was originally called Team India and Man in Blue. 

The article we are going to talk about now mainly deals with the men’s team of Cricket India. Cricket India is governed, managed, and reviewed by the BCCI Board of Control for Cricket in India

Cricket India has played 3 formats of ICC, namely Test, ODI, and T20 format.

Nickname: Team India, Man In Blue

Regulatory body: Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI)

ICC Status: Full member.

ICC Region: ASIA.

Captain: Virat Kohli.

Coach: Ravi Shastri.

ICC T20 World Cup Champion: 1 time.

ICC World Cup Champion: 2 times.

Team Sponsor: BYJU`S.

Title Sponsor: Paytm.

Kit Sponsor: Kit Sports.

Official Partners: LafargeHolcim. Hyundai Motor India Ltd.

Official Broadcaster: Star Sports. 

Cricket India’s first path

 Cricket India was born in the 18th century. First, Cricket India emerged as a weak team. In 1932, Cricket India got its first Test match.

It took Cricket India nearly two decades to win the first Test and has been the weakest team on the cricket field for almost 50 years.

  Cricket India old Picture

   

Then there are many legendary players in the Cricket India team and cricket improves India a lot. And Indian cricket spreads to people all over the country. At the same time, Cricket India gives a new message to the world of cricket.

India has always been a tough opponent at home but Cricket India now has to feed many hard teams from all over the world. Cricket India has won the World Cup twice so far.

As much success as Cricket India

1983 final match-winning Picture 

 

The biggest cricket tournament, the ICC World Cup, has been won twice. The first World Cup came to India in 1983 with Kapil Dev. Dhoni won the second World Cup. Defeated Sri Lanka at home in 2011 to win the ICC World Cup for the second time. 

    2011 ICC world cup cricket winning calibration

      

Cricket India is the champion in the first edition of the ICC 20 World Cup. Won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013. India’s position as the 3rd team in the world to win more than one ICC World Cup. Cricket India has won many big bilateral series. 

 2007 ICC World Cup T20 winning time 

 

Besides, Cricket India has won many big tournaments. Big tournaments like Cricket India Asia Cup will win many times.

Cricket India’s most successful captain

MS Dhoni

    MS Dhoni

      

Dhoni is the only captain in the world of cricket to have won a team in all ICC events. In 2007, Cricket India won the first edition of the ICC World Cup T20.

 Cricket India defeated Sri Lanka in 2011 to win the ICC World Cup. Cricket India won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013 by defeating the hosts in England. Besides, Cricket India has had success with Dhoni in many series and tournaments.

List of current players of Cricket India

  • Virat Kohli (Cap)
  • Rohit Sharma (VC)
  • Ajinkya Rahane (VC)
  • Shikhar Dhawan
  • Shubman Gill
  • Mayank Agarwal
  • Prithivi Shaw
  • Shreyas Iyer
  • Manish Pandey
  • Hanuma vihari
  • Cheteswar Pujhara 
  • Ravi Aswin
  • Washington Sundar
  • Ravi Jadeja
  • Kedar Jadav
  • Shivam Dube
  • Hardik Pandiya 
  • Krunal Pandiya
  • Kl Rahul
  • Risabh Pant
  • Sanju Samson
  • Wriddhiman Shah
  • Mohammad Shami
  • Mohammad Siraj
  • Jasprit Bhumra
  • Khaleel Ahmed
  • Umesh Yadav
  • Navdeep Saini
  • Deepak Chahar
  • Bhuvhneswar Kumar
  • Ishant Sharma
  • Shardul Thakur 
  • Yuzvendra Cahal
  • Kuldeep Yadav
  • Shahbaz Nadeem

The current coaching staff of Cricket India

  • Head coach: India Ravi Shastri
  • Batting coach: India Vikram Rathour
  • Bowling coach: India Bharat Arun
  • Fielding coach: India Ramakrishnan Sridhar
  • Right arm throwdown specialist: India D Raghavendra
  • Left-arm throwdown specialist: Sri Lanka Nuwan Seneviratne
  • Manager: India Girish Dongre
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach: New Zealand Nick Webb
  • Physiotherapist: India Nitin Patel

Cricket India’s All Captain List

  • CK Nayudu 
  • Maharajkumar of Vizianagram
  • Ifthikar Ali Khan Pataudi
  • Lala Amarnath
  • Vijay Hazare
  • Vinoo Mankad
  • Ghulam Ahmed
  • Polly Umrigar
  • Hemu Adhikari
  • Datta Gaekwad 
  • Pankaj Roy
  • Gulabari Ramchand
  • Nari Contractor
  • Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi
  • Chandu Borde
  • Ajit Wadekar
  • Srinivas Venkataraghavan
  • Sunil Gavaskar
  • Bishan Singh Bedi
  • Gundappa Viswanath
  • Kapil dev
  • Ravi Shastri
  • Krishnamachari Srikkanth
  • Mohammad Azharuddin
  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Sourav Ganguly
  • Rahul Dravid
  • Virender Sehwag
  • Anil Kumble
  • MS Dhoni
  • Suresh Raina
  • Gautam Gambhir
  • Virat Kohli
  • Ajinkya Rahane
  • Rohit Sharma

Cricket India’s all-coach list

  • Bishan Singh Bedi
  • Abbas Ali Baig
  • Ajit Wadekar
  • Sandeep Patel
  • Madan Lal
  • Anshuman Gaekwad
  • Kapil Dev
  • John Wright
  • Gary Kirsten
  • Duncan Fletcher
  • Ravi Shastri
  • Sanjay Bangar
  • Anil Kumble
  • Ravi Shastri

List of all the legendary cricketers of Cricket India

  • Sachin Tendulkar
  • Kapil Dev. 
  • Vijay Hazare
  • Sunil Gavaskar
  • Rahul Dravid
  • Sourav Ganguly
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni
  • Virender Sehwag
  • Virat Kohli
  • Yuvraj Singh
  • Suresh Raina
  •  Gautam Gambhir
  • Anil Kumble
  • V. V. S. Laxman
  • Mohammad Azharuddin
  • Javagal Srinath
  • Mohinder Amarnath
  • Krishnamachari Srikkanth
  •  Zaheer Khan
  • Harbhajan Singh

List of all cricket stadiums in India

  • Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad.
  • Eden Gardens, Kolkata.
  • Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad.
  • Green Park, Kanpur.
  • Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow.
  • Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi.
  • Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium, Guwahati.
  • M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore.
  • Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur.
  • Barabati Stadium, Cuttack.
  • JSCA International Stadium, Ranchi.
  • M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai.
  • Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
  • Bindra Stadium, Mohali.
  • Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot.
  • Holkar Stadium. Indore.
  • Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium. Visakhapatnam.
  • Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune. 
  • Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamshala.
  • Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur.
  • Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Dehradun.

How many international matches has Team India played and the result of the game

TypeMatches Win LossDraw
Test540157165217
ODI984513421N/A
T201238244N/A

Current sponsorship of Cricket India

Team Sponsor: BYJU`S.

Title Sponsor: Paytm.

Kit Sponsor: Kit Sports.

Official Partners: LafargeHolcim. Hyundai Motor India Ltd.

Official Broadcaster: Star Sports. 

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Best games in the world

Best games in the world

Best games in the world

Best Games in the World Today Hour discussion topic. Sports dusting is very necessary to keep the body in good health. There are many organizing agencies for this sport. There are many world-class sports in the world, there are many committees or organizations to control those sports. 

There are two types of games in today’s world.

sports
Games

So today we will learn about some of the current online games and indoor-outdoor sports.

Currently some of the best indoor and outdoor games

  • Football
  • Football is number one of the best games in the world. Football is a popular sport. Football Game One is the whole game. The popularity of football can be seen almost everywhere in the world. Around 3.5 million people around the world love to play football. Football is one of the most popular sports in Asia, Europe, Africa, America, and all over the world.

    Football

    Fédération Internationale de Football Association  (FIFA) controls the game of football. FIFA currently has 211 member countries. FIFA World Cup is held in different countries of the world for 4 consecutive years.

    Regulatory body: FIFA.

    The current champion: France.

    The current Runners-up: Croatia.

    Successful team: Brazil (5 times champion)

    Football is reviewed in almost every country in the world and all countries have National Leagues. These leagues are very popular. Especially the leagues in the European region are of very good quality.

    The names of a few football leagues.

  • Cricket
  • Cricket in terms of popularity after the best game in world football. Cricket is a very popular sport in many countries of the world.

    There are many fans of cricket in Europe, America, Africa, Australia, and many countries in Asia. And cricket is a popular sport in many countries. 

    Cricket

    Icc controls the game of cricket. Cricket is played in 3 formats. 

    The ICC World Cup is held every 4 years in ODI and T20 formats. And the Test is the Test Championship for the playing country.

    • TEST
    • ODI

    Control by: ICC.

    Format: (50 over) One day Match

    Event: ICC World Cup.

    Current champion: England.

    Current Runners-up: New Zealand.

    Most Successful Team: Australia (5 times World Champion)

    • T20

    Control by: ICC.

    Event: ICC World Cup T20.

    Format: T20

    Current champion: West Indies.

    Current Runners-up: England.

    Most Successful Team: West Indies (2 times World Champion)

    • ICC Champions Trophy

    Control by: ICC.

    Event: ICC Champions Trophy.

    Format: One day match

    Current champion: Pakistan.

    Current Runners-up: India.

    Most Successful Team: India and Australia (2 times Champion)

  • Basketball
  • One of the best games in the world of basketball. Basketball is a popular sport. FIBA controls the game of basketball. The World Cup is the game of basketball and FIBA manages the basketball World Cup.

    Basketball

    32 teams will participate in the FIBA Basketball World Cup. 

    Type of game: Basketball.

    Current champion: Spain.

    Most Successful team: United States of America (5 times champions)

             Participating team:32.

    • Europe: 12
    • America: 7
    • Asia and Oceania: 7
    • Africa: 5
    • Host: 1

  • Hockey
  • Hockey is a popular sport. Hockey is now one of the best sports in the world. Hockey is played in many countries of the world. Hockey is the World Cup. There are many teams on the field fighting for the best hockey world.

    Around 2 million people around the world love to play hockey.

    Hockey

    Organizer: ICE Hockey.

    Total tournament: 3.

    Current champion: CANADA.

    Most Successful Team: Canada (2-time world hockey champions)

  • Tenis
  • Tennis is basically a racket game. The game of tennis is usually played in two ways. Single and double sense go into playing this game. The game of tennis is managed by the International Tennis Federation.

    Tenis

    The game of tennis is a much older game. The game of tennis began in 1859. Currently, 1 billion people are fans of the game of tennis.

    Regulatory body: International Tenis federation

    Type of games: Indoor and Outdoor games.

    Team members: Single and Double.

    The best tennis player

    The best online games

  • PUBG
  • PUBG is basically an online multiplayer battle. It’s a video game. The story of these games is similar to the Japanese movie Battle Royale.

    PUBG

    The main purpose of the PUBG game is to kill others without killing yourself. This game is given a lot of attraction power to go to the next step.

    50 million people from Pubg Games Online. Pubg Corporation, the developer of Pubg Games.

  • Mini Craft
  • Mini Craft

    Mini Craft is an online game.  This is basically a professional video game. Mini Craft is a popular online game. About 91 million people around the world play this online video game.

    Mini Craft is being developed and designed by Markus Persson.

  • Free Fire
  • Freefire is a multiplayer online video game. Free Fire is a popular online video game. Freefire is played by many people in the world. Free Fire is the most downloaded online video game of 2019.

    Free Fire

    In 2019, Google Play Store won the Best Popular Vote Games award for the most downloaded video games.

    Freefire’s developer is 111 Dots Studio. Freefire is published by Garena

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    LPL

    LPL

    LPL

    Sri Lanka Cricket (SL) is set to launch their T20 franchise league LPL or Lankan Premier League in 2020.  LPL will start on 26 November 2020 and will end on 16 December 2020. Sri Lanka will host the tournament in their own country. A total of 5 teams will play in lpl 2020.  There will be a total of 23 matches in the tournament.

    LPL 2020 logo

    Host: Srilanka.

    Management: Srilanka Cricket.

    Game format: Round Robin and knockout Match

    Tournament start date:  26 November 2020.

    Tournament End date: 16 December 2020.

    Type of game: T20.

    Participating team: 5.

    Total matches: 23.

    All teams participate in LPL 2020

    Colombo Kings Logo

    Nickname: The Kingdom

    Location: Srilanka, Western Province, Colombo.

    Captain: Angelo Mathews.  

    Head Coach: Herschelle  Gibbs. 

    Ownership: Murfad Mustafa (Faza Group)

    Colors: Red and Blue.

    Dambulla Vikings Logo

    Location: Srilanka, Dambulla.

    Captain: Dasun Shanaka.  

    Head Coach: Owais Shah. 

    Ownership: Sachin Joshi.

    Galle Gladietors lpgp

    Nickname: Holding the fort. 

    Location: Srilanka, Southern Province, Galle.

    Captain: Shahid Afridi.  

    Head Coach: Moin Khan. 

    Ownership: Nadeem Omar (Omar Associates)

    Colors: Purple and Gold.

    Jaffna Stallions logo

    Nickname: Vaadaa Machan. 

    Location: Srilanka, Jaffna.

    Captain: Tishara Perera.  

    Head Coach: Thilina Kandamby. 

    Ownership: Brindon Bagirathan, Rahul Sood

    Colors: White and Light Blue.

    kandy Tuskers Logo

    Nickname: Tusker Nation. 

    Location: Srilanka, Kandy.

    Captain: Not fixed yet.  

    Head Coach: Hashan Tillakaratne. 

    Ownership: Sohail Khan (Sohail Khan International LLP)

    Colors: Blue and Orange.

    LPL all team squad

    Kandy Tuskers

    Kandy Tuskers Player Picture
    • Kusal Perera
    • Kusal Mendis
    • Nuwan Pradeep
    • Seekkuge Prasanna
    • Asela Gunaratne
    • Naveen-ul-Haq
    • Kamindu Mendis
    • Dilruwan Perera
    • Priyamal Perera
    • Kavishka Anjula
    • Lasith Embuldeniya
    • Lahiru Samarakoon
    • Nishan Madushka
    • Chamikara Edirisinghe
    • Ishan Jayaratne
    • Irfan Pathan
    • Rahmanullah Gurbaz
    • Sohail Tanvir
    • Munaf Patel

    Jaffna Stallions

    Jaffna Stallions Player Picture
    • Thisara Perera (c)
    • Wanindu Hasaranga
    • Shoaib Malik
    • Usman Shinwari
    • Avishka Fernando
    • Dhananjaya de Silva
    • Suranga Lakmal
    • Binura Fernando
    • Minod Bhanuka
    • Maheesh Theekshana
    • Charith Asalanka
    • Nuwanidu Fernando
    • Kanagarathinam Kabilraj
    • Theivendiram Dinoshan
    • Vijayakanth Viyaskanth
    • Kyle Abbott
    • Duanne Olivier
    • Tom Moores
    • Prabath Jayasuriya

    Galle Gladiators

    Galle Gladiators Player Picture
    • Shahid Afridi (c)
    • Colin Ingram
    • Hazratullah Zazai
    • Mohammad Amir
    • Danushka Gunathilaka
    • Bhanuka Rajapaksa
    • Akila Dananjaya
    • Milinda Siriwardana
    • Azam Khan
    • Lakshan Sandakan
    • Shehan Jayasuriya
    • Asitha Fernando
    • Nuwan Thushara
    • Mohamed Shiraz
    • Dhananjaya Lakshan
    • Chanaka Ruwansiri
    • Sahan Arachchige
    • Duvindu Tillakaratne
    • Chadwick Walton
    • Ahsan Ali
    • Waqas Maqsood

    Dambulla Vikings

    Dambulla Vikings Player Picture
    • Dasun Shanaka (c)
    • Samit Patel
    • Niroshan Dickwella
    • Lahiru Kumara
    • Oshada Fernando
    • Kasun Rajitha
    • Paul Stirling
    • Lahiru Madushanka
    • Upul Tharanga
    • Angelo Perera
    • Ramesh Mendis
    • Pulina Tharanga
    • Ashen Bandara
    • Dilshan Madushanka
    • Kavindu Nadeeshan
    • Sachindu Colombage
    • Johnson Charles
    • Sudeep Tyagi
    • Kamran Akmal
    • Aftab Alam
    • Sohaib Maqsood
    • Anwar Ali
    • Malinda Pushpakumara

    Colombo Kings

    Colombo Kings Player Picture
    • Angelo Mathews (c)
    • Andre Russell
    • Manpreet Gony
    • Isuru Udana
    • Dinesh Chandimal
    • Amila Aponso
    • Ravinderpal Singh
    • Ashan Priyanjan
    • Dushmantha Chameera
    • Jeffrey Vandersay
    • Thikshila de Silva
    • Tharindu Kaushal
    • Lahiru Udara
    • Himesh Ramanayake
    • Kalana Perera
    • Tharindu Ratnayake
    • Navod Paranavithana
    • Qais Ahmad
    • Laurie Evans
    • Daniel Bell-Drummond
    • Karim Sadiq
    • Dhammika Prasad

    LPL 2020 will be played on that field

    The LPL matches were originally scheduled to be played at Kandy, Hambantota, and Dambulla Stadium. But for the coronavirus, Sri Lanka Cricket had decided to move the LPL out of the country keeping in mind the health of the players. But in the end, Sri Lankan cricket has not decided that LPL 2020 will be on the soil of the country. Sri Lanka Cricket has not chosen Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Hambantota as the only stadium for LPL 2020. This stadium will host all the matches of IPL 2020 which means 23 matches.

    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium

    Stadium Name: Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium.

    Location: Hambantota, Sri Lanka.

    Capacity: 35,000 people. 

    Schedule of LPL 2020

    26 November 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    27 November 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Galle GladiatorsvJaffna Stallions
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    28 November 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Dambulla ViikingvsKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    28 November 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo Kings vsGalle Gladiators
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    30 November 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Dambulla ViikingvJaffna Stallions
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    30 November 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Galle GladiatorsvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    1 December 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvDambulla Viiking
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    1 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Jaffna StallionsvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    3 December 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Galle GladiatorsvJaffna Stallions
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    3 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Dambulla ViikingvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    4 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvJaffna Stallions
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    5 December 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Dambulla ViikingvGalle Gladiators
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    5 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    7 December 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvGalle Gladiators
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    7 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Dambulla ViikingvJaffna Stallions
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    9 December 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Jaffna StallionsvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    9 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Dambulla ViikingvGalle Gladiators
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    10 December 202015:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvJaffna Stallions
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    10 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Galle GladiatorsvKandy Tuskers
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    11 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Colombo KingsvDambulla Viiking
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    Playoffs[edit]

     Semi-finals  Final 
              
      
        
     
        
         
      
         
        
      
        
     
     

    Semifinal 1[edit]

    13 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    TBDvTBD
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    Semifinal 2[edit]

    14 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    TBDvTBD
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

    Final[edit]

    16 December 202019:30 (D/N)Scorecard
    Winner of Semifinal 1vWinner of Semifinal 2
       
    Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Hambantota

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    Big Bash League

    Big Bash League

    Big Bash League

    The Big Bash League (BBL) is a professional cricket franchise-based cricket tournament in Australia. The first Big Bash League event started in 2011-2012 with 8city name-based teams instead of KFC Twenty20. KFC has been sponsoring since the first episode of bbl. The Big Bash League is held in December, January, and February. There are 8teams participating in the tournament and the games are in Australia. Australia made the Women’s Big Bash League for women’s cricket.

    Big Bash League

    Country: Australia.

    Administrator: cricket Australia CA.

    format: T20.

    Total participating teams: 8 teams.

    Tournament: Double Round-Robin.

    Format: Knockout Finals.

    Most Successful team: Perth Scorchers

    The current champion: Sydney Sixers.

    Highest Run collector: Chris Lynn

    Highest Wicket collector: Ben Laughlin

    TV broadcast: Seven Network

    Official Website: https://www.cricket.com.au/big-bash.

    8 teams in 2020-2021 Big Bash League

    Perth Scorchers.

    Perth Scorchers

    Location: Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

    Home Ground: Perth Stadium. 

    Head Coach: Adam Voges.

    Captain: Mitchell Marsh. 

    Color: Orange.

    Adelaide Strikers.

    Adelaide Strikers

    Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

    Home Ground: Adelaide Oval. 

    Head Coach: Jason Gillespie.

    Captain: Travis Head. 

    Color: Blue.

    Brisbane Heat.

    Brisbane Heat

    Location: Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

    Home Ground: Brisbane Cricket Ground. 

    Head Coach: Darren Leman.

    Captain: Chris Lynn. 

    Color: Teal.

    Hobart Hurricanes.

    Hobart Hurricanes

    Location: Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. 

    Home Ground: Bellerive Oval. 

    Head Coach: Adam Griffith.

    Captain: Matthew Wade. 

    Color: Purple.

    Melbourne Stars.

    Melbourne Stars

    Location: Melbourne, Victoriya, Australia.

    Home Ground: Melbourne Cricket Ground. 

    Head Coach: David Hussey.

    Captain: Glenn Maxwell. 

    Color: Dark Green.

    Melbourne Renegades.

    Melbourne Renegades

    Location: Melbourne, Victoriya, Australia.

    Home Ground: Marvel Stadium. 

    Head Coach: Michael Klinger.

    Captain: Aaron Finch. 

    Color: Red.

    Sydney Sixers.

    Sydney Sixers

    Location: Sydney, New South Walse, Australia.

    Home Ground: Sydney Cricket Ground. 

    Head Coach: Greg Shippred.

    Captain: Moises Henriques. 

    Color: Magenta.

    Sydney Thunder.

    Sydney Thunder

    Location: Sydney, New South Walse, Australia.

    Home Ground: Sydney Showground Stadium. 

    Head Coach: Shane Bond.

    Captain: Callum Ferguson. 

    Color: Lime Green.

    2020 – 2021 Big Bash League 

    2020 – 2021 The Big Bash League will start on 10 December 2020 and end on 8th February 2021.

    2020 – 2021 Big Bash League all team squads

    Adelaide Strikers

    • Travis Head (cap)
    • Wes Agar
    • Danny Briggs
    •  Alex Carey
    • Harry Conway
    • Rashid Khan
    • Jake Lehmann
    •  Michael Neser
    • Harry Nielsen
    • Liam O’Connor
    •  Matt Renshaw
    •  Phil Salt
    • Matt Short
    •  Peter Siddle
    • Cameron Valente
    • Jake Weatherald
    • Daniel Worrall
    •  Jon Wells
    • Cameron White
    •  Daniel Worrall

    Brisbane Heat

    • Chris Lynn (cap)
    • Tom Banton
    •  Xavier Bartlett
    • James Bazley
    •  Max Bryant
    • Joe Burns
    • Tom Cooper
    • Lewis Gregory
    • Sam Heazlet
    • Matthew Kuhnemann
    •  Marnus Labuschagne
    •  Ben Laughlin
    • Dan Lawrence
    •  Morne Morkel
    •  Mujeeb ur Rahman
    •  Jimmy Peirson
    •  Mark Steketee
    •  Mitch Swepson
    •  Jack Wildermuth
    •  Matthew Willans

    Hobart Hurricanes

    • Matthew Wade (cap)
    • Scott BolandJake Doran
    •  Tim Davi
    • Nathan Ellis
    •  James Faulkner
    •  Jarrod Freeman
    •  Peter Handscomb
    •  Colin Ingram
    • Will Jacks
    •  Sandeep Lamichhane
    •  Dawid Malan
    • Ben McDermott
    •  Riley Meredith
    •  David Moody
    • Tim Paine
    • Keemo Paul
    • D’Arcy Short
    •  Nick Winter

    Melbourne Renegades

    • Aaron Finch ©
    •  Cameron Boyce
    •  Zak Evans
    •  Jake Fraser-McGurk
    •  Sam Harper
    •  Marcus Harris
    •  Mackenzie Harvey
    •  Jon Holland
    •  Shaun Marsh
    •  Mohammad Nabi
    •  James Pattinson
    •  Kane Richardson
    •  Will Sutherland
    •  Mitch Perry
    •  Beau Webster
    •  Imran Tahir
    •  Noor Ahmad
    •  Josh Lalor
    • Jack Prestwidge
    •  Rilee Rossouw

    Melbourne Stars

    • Glenn Maxwell (cap)
    •  Hilton Cartwright
    •  Jackson Coleman
    •  Nathan Coulter-Nile
    •  Ben Dunk
    • Seb Gotch
    • Clint Hinchliffe
    •  Zahir Khan
    •  Nick Larkin
    •  Nic Maddinson
    •  Jonathan Merlo
    •  Lance Morris
    • Tom O’Connell
    •  Will Pucokvski
    •  Billy Stanlake
    •  Marcus Stoinis
    •  Adam Zampa
    •  Jonny Bairstow
    •  Nicholas Pooran

    Perth Scorchers

    • Mitchell Marsh (cap)
    •  Ashton Agar
    •  Fawad Ahmed
    •  Cameron Bancroft
    •  Jason Behrendorff
    •   Joe Clarke (replacement)
    •  Cameron Green
    •  Aaron Hardie
    •  Josh Inglis
    •  Matthew Kelly
    •  Liam Livingstone
    •  Colin Munro
    •  Joel Paris
    •  Kurtis Patterson
    •  Jhye Richardson
    •  Jason Roy
    •  Ashton Turner
    •  Andrew Tye
    •  Sam Whiteman
    •  Colin Munro

    Sydney Sixers

    • Moises Henriques (cap)
    •  Sean Abbott
    •  Jackson Bird
    •  Carlos Brathwaite
    •  Tom Curran
    •  Ben Dwarshuis
    •  Jack Edwards
    •  Mickey Edwards
    •  Daniel Hughes
    •  Hayden Kerr
    •  Nathan Lyon
    •  Ben Manenti
    •  Steve O’Keefe
    •  Josh Philippe
    •  Lloyd Pope
    •  Jordan Silk
    •  Mitchell Starc
    •  James Vince

    Sydney Thunder

    • Callum Ferguson (cap)
    •  Sam Billings
    •  Jonathan Cook
    •  Ben Cutting
    •  Oliver Davies
    •  Brendan Doggett
    •  Matthew Gilkes
    •  Chris Green
    •  Alex Hales
    •  Usman Khawaja
    •  Nathan McAndrew
    •  Adam Milne
    •  Arjun Nair
    •  Alex Ross
    •  Daniel Sams
    •  Jason Sangha
    •  Tanveer Sangha
    •  Chris Tremain

    The result of the final match of each event

    The Final Match
    season      championRunner-upHost / venue 
    2011 – 2012Sydney SixersPerth ScorchersVACA ground, Perth
    2012 – 2013Brisbane HeatPerth ScorchersVACA ground, Perth
    2013 – 2014Perth ScorchersHobart HurricanesVACA ground, Perth
    2014 – 2015Perth ScorchersSydney SixersManuka Oval, Canberra
    2015 – 2016Sydney ThunderMelbourne StarsMCG
    2016 – 2017Perth ScorchersSydney SixersVACA ground, Perth
    2017 – 2018Adelaide StrikersHobart HurricanesAdelaide Oval
    2018 – 2019Melbourne RenegadesMelbourne StarsDocklands Stadium
    2019 -2020Sydney SixersMelbourne StarsSCG

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