Big Bash League 2020-2021: Best BBL Moments From The ...

Big Bash League 2020-2021: Best BBL Moments From The Last Season

Published on: Oct 14, 2020

The Big Bash League is back and will soon start its new season! Braving the odds and the challenges brought about by the pandemic of COVID-19, Australia’s top T20 cricket tournament, the BBL, is set to start its tenth and 2020-2021 season later this year and will have a course that will run through next year.

For sports bettors, the return of a league as big as the BBL is good news, too. This is the reason why if you go online. You can find the best BBL odds as early as now, although those numbers and the betting lines are still subject to major changes until the games have officially opened.

Before the new season starts, let us take a look back at some of the best moments of the previous BBL season.

What are the best moments of BBL 2019-2020?

Marcus Stoinis sets records

In one match of the Melbourne Stars against the Sydney Sixers, Marcus Stoinis wowed all fans by hitting his first T20 century, but also by setting his own BBL record of 147 runs off 78 balls. This exceeded the record of Hurricane D’Arcy Short’s in 2018, which was only 122.

Mitch Marsh leads a historic win

In Match 32, Perth Scorchers captain Mitch Marsh, when his team went against the Brisbane Heat, won the toss for his team and proceeded to bat. He made a record in the game by eventually working through his new T20 personal best of 93 not-out from 41 balls. This was a record not only for Marsh, but it also gave his team a huge lead against the Heat.

What was it?

Back when Strikers and Renegades faced off at the Marvel Stadium, umpire Greg Davidson was seen to seemingly about to call an LBW on Melbourne’s Beau Webster, as he started to lift a finger. However, it suddenly became just a simple nose scratch! Davison clarified that he never intended to call anything on anyone, though. Some fans believe it, others think that he was about to do so but changed his mind midway to it. So, what was it? No one will ever know.

About BBL 2020-2021

Getting more excited for the upcoming season now? Worry not, as even if you are not able to watch the games live due to several reasons, you can still find ways to enjoy and cheer for your favorite teams or players right in the comfort of your home.

Australians have Fox Sports that will stream all 61 games live. Along with that, Seven Network would stream 45 out of the total games, all live, too. For those who would be unable to access these services, several radio stations in the country are set to have live coverage of the games.

India, one of the biggest countries for cricket fans if not the biggest ones, would also be able to watch the BBL 2020-2021 games live. BBL games would be broadcasted live through Sony Six, Sony Six HD, Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD. Neighboring areas, including Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, Burma, and Bhutan would also be able to watch these broadcasts through the above-mentioned channels and networks.

The list for all other countries--so far--that would broadcast BBL: live include:

● New Zealand - Sky Sport NZ

● South Africa - SuperSport

● The United Kingdom - BT Sport

● United States - Willow TV

● Canada - CBN, ATN Cricket Plus

● South-East Asia - Fox Sports Asia

● Caribbean - Sports Max, Flow Sports

Is your country or state not listed above? Don’t worry, just check with your local cable provider, and who knows, they might be able to help you with something.