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The Sixers will spend the bulk of early January based in south-east Queensland, with two matches at Metricon Stadium and one at The Gabba interposed by a one-off fixture against the Perth Scorchers at Optus Stadium.
Moises Henriques' men will then return home to Sydney for a block of matches before finishing the season on the road against the Melbourne Stars at the MCG.
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The KFC Big Bash League will deliver on its commitment to take Australia’s most-watched sporting competition to fans around the country with the release today of the full KFC BBL|10 revised schedule.
The revised schedule ensures all KFC BBL clubs will host matches in their local markets subject to the public health situation and associated impacts including border restrictions.
The revised draw was created in consultation with governments, clubs, state and territory associations and broadcast partners and places the health and safety of participants and the broader community as the top priority.
In addition to Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and South Australia, all of whom are confirmed to host matches in December, 2020, the League is pleased to confirm that Western Australia, New South Wales and Victoria will also host KFC BBL|10 matches in January, 2021.
Five matches will be played at Optus Stadium in Perth, with the first to be held on Sunday, January 3. Four of these matches will be Perth Scorchers home games, ensuring fans in WA get to experience first-hand elite cricket this season.
From Wednesday, January 13, the BBL will travel to Sydney and Melbourne for the run to the finals.
Melbourne-based KFC BBL fans will be rewarded for their perseverance through a tough year with 11 matches in January 2021. Five of these will be held at Marvel Stadium, with six at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The final day of the regular season will be played on January 26 and feature a triple-header split between the SCG (one match) and MCG (two matches).
The five-match finals series begins on Friday, January 29. The Final has been slated for Saturday, February 6.
Additional matches have also been confirmed for the Adelaide Oval (three), the Gabba (two), Metricon Stadium (four) and Blundstone Arena (two) in early January.
In all, Seven will broadcast 45 matches live including Finals, with Foxtel and Kayo showing all 61 matches live. SEN will also broadcast matches via their radio platforms.
Tickets for all matches being played in December, except those at Adelaide Oval, will go on sale from Friday, November 27. The League is monitoring the situation in South Australia closely and is working with governments to understand its impact on the KFC BBL|10 season.
Information regarding tickets for remaining matches will be made available in due course.
Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia’s Head of Big Bash Leagues, said:
“The League is delighted to confirm the boldest schedule in Australian sport since the pandemic began by committing to take matches to every club’s home market in KFC BBL|10.
“This schedule is a testament to the strength of the League and ensures our fans around the country will get the chance to see their KFC BBL Clubs in action on home soil.
“We’d like to thank all federal, state and territory governments, our KFC BBL clubs, state and territory associations, the players and Australian Cricketers’ Association, broadcasters Seven, Foxtel, Kayo, SEN and commercial partners KFC, BKT, Toyota and Sanitarium for their support as we deliver a safe and successful competition for our fans across the country.”