Today I am going to introduce you to the Australia professional league called BBL or Big Bash League. The Big Bash League was started in back 2011 by Australia cricket board. It’s a Twenty 20 format league. The BBL is moving towards success and beating some other countries league, Such as Bangladesh Premier League.
In the BBL 2019-20 it will feature eight city-based franchises, In the last seasons there were six franchises or so called teams. This entire league is sponsored by a well-known company for its quality food world wide – KFC. From the first season of this Big Bash league KFC supports them till yet.
The BBL is very famous league among multiple T20 leagues available in the market. They hold a lot of revenue in the market of cricket leagues, The another league which is far famous from this one is Indian Premier league.
On this website we are going to cover the entire league for the ease of our precious visitors, So you can expect each and everything from us about BBL, The main Pages of this league are:
- BBL Teams
- BBL Schedule & Fixture
- BBL Results
- BBL Live Score
- BBL Live Streaming
These are some pages which get more searched over the internet so we tried our best to make them available in one website for our visitors so that they don’t search for each and everything again and again in the Google. We did right?
BBL Prize Money
Every franchise owner is trying their best to make a good collection of player in his team so that they would win the BBL but why every franchise owner wants to win it? Ah I know it’s victory! But with victory they are also going to win some great cash ($$$).
In the Big Bash League Season 2015-16 the Australian cricket board increased the prizes till $890,000 for the four finalist teams, The money which will be distributed in these team:
- $20,000 – To the team finishing fifth in the season
- $80,000 – To each losing semi-finalist
- $260,000 – To the Runner up
- $450,000 – To the Champion of the season
It’s good amount of money, right? Indeed it is. And they deserve these money because 365 days of the year these players tries their best to make their fitness better and perform well for their franchise and official national teams.
Big Bash League Records and statistics
Now let’s take a look at the record and statistics section of the BBL. I am going to point out some important information for you guys here, have a look:
|Most runs||Michael Klinger||1,947|
|Highest average||Usman Khawaja||49.60|
|Highest score||D'Arcy Short||122* vs Brisbane Heat (10 January 2018)|
|Highest partnership||Rob Quiney & Luke Wright||172 vs Hobart Hurricanes (9 January 2012)|
|Most sixes||Chris Lynn||123|
|Most wickets||Ben Laughlin||95|
|Lowest average||Lasith Malinga||15.00|
|Best strike rate||Yasir Arafat||13.6|
|Best economy rate||Lasith Malinga||5.40|
|Best bowling figures||Lasith Malinga||6/7 vs Perth Scorchers (12 December 2012)|
|Best bowling figures by a debutant||Daniel Sams||4/14 vs Sydney Thunder (19 December 2017)|
|Most dismissals (wicket-keeper)||Tim Ludeman||33|
|Most catches (fielder)||Glenn Maxwell||29|
|Highest total||Hobart Hurricanes||223–8 (20) vs Melbourne Renegades (12 January 2017)|
|Lowest total||Melbourne Renegades||57 (12.4) vs Melbourne Stars (3 January 2015)|
So these are the some of the most talented players which played in Big Bash League and got some sort of special name and respect because of their playing style during the matches of BBL.
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