KFC Big Bash League 2017-18 Teams Squads & Players List

The famous Big Bash T20 cricket league’s 2017-18 season is scheduled have been officially released by Cricket Australia. The competition will start on Tuesday, 18 December 2017 and will conclude on 4 February 2018. This is the second most popular T20 league after IPL in the world of cricket. Whereas, this is the seventh edition of this most successful T20 cricket tournament in Australia. The 2017/18 Big Bash League season will have total eight teams. The Big Bash 2017-18 squad of all 8 participating teams are yet to be released.

Adelaide Strikers, Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, Perth Scorchers Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder are the participating teams in the Big Bash League 2017-18. The fixture of BBL 07 has increased in length as each side will play total 10 games, a total of 40 home matches will be played this season.

Big Bash 2017-18 Squad

Big Bash 2017-18 Squad

The confirmed list of Big Bash 2017-18 squad is yet to be released by the teams, till then see the complete Big Bash 2017 squad of all the eight teams.

#Sydney Thunder: Fawad Ahmed, Aiden Blizzard, Patrick Cummins, Jake Doran, Ryan Gibson, Chris Green, Chris Hartley, Usman Khawaja, Nathan McAndrew, Alister McDermott, Clint McKay, Eoin Morgan, Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Ben Rohrer, Andre Russell, Gurinder Sandhu, Shane Watson.

#Brisbane Heat: Samuel Badree, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Alex Doolan, Andrew Fekete, Luke Feldman, Jason Floros, Sam Heazlett, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Lalor, Chris Lynn, Brendon McCullum, James Peirson, Nathan Reardon, Alex Ross, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Jack Wildermuth.

#Hobart Hurricanes: George Bailey, James Bazley, Cameron Boyce, Stuart Broad, Dan Christian, Hamish Kingston, Ben McDermott, Dominic Michael, Simon Milenko, Tim Paine, Sam Rainbird, Jake Reed, Clive Rose, Kumar Sangakkara, D’Arcy Short, Shaun Tait, Beau Webster, Jonathan Wells.

#Melbourne Renegades: Tom Beaton, Dwayne Bravo, Tom Cooper, Xavier Doherty, Callum Ferguson, Aaron Finch, Marcus Harris, Brad Hogg, Sunil Narine, Peter Nevill, James Pattinson, Nathan Rimmington, Matthew Short, Peter Siddle, Chris Tremain, Matthew Wade, Cameron White, Nick Winter.

#Melbourne Stars: Michael Beer, Scott Boland, James Faulkner, Sebastian Gotch, Evan Gulbis, Peter Handscomb, Sam Harper, John Hastings, Ben Hilfenhaus, David Hussey, Glenn Maxwell, Kevin Pietersen, Robert Quiney, Marcus Stoinis, Tom Triffitt, Dan Worrall, Luke Wright, Adam Zampa.

#Perth Scorchers: Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Jason Behrendorff, Ian Bell, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Klinger, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, James Muirhead, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Adam Voges, Sam Whiteman, David Willey.

#Sydney Sixers: Sean Abbott, Sam Billings, Jackson Bird, Doug Bollinger, Johan Botha, Ryan Carters, Ben Dwarshuis, Brad Haddin, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nathan Lyon, Nic Maddinson, Joe Mennie, Stephen O’Keefe, Jason Roy, Jordan Silk, Mitchell Starc.

#Adelaide Strikers: Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Jonathon Dean, Ben Dunk, Travis Head, Brad Hodge, Jon Holland, Chris Jordan, Ben Laughlin, Jake Lehmann, Tim Ludeman, Michael Neser, Kieron Pollard, Kane Richardson, Craig Simmons, Kelvin Smith, Billy Stanlake, Jake Weatherald.


KFC Big Bash 2016: The ins and outs 8 Squads

Almost all the teams have made six changes to their Big Bash 2017-18 squad in order to make team more strength and balance. All eight squad with ins and outs for the 2016-17 BBL season are listed below.

Adelaide Strikers

In: Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Ben Dunk (Hobart Hurricanes), Chris Jordan, Kieron Pollard, Jake Weatherald.

Out: Mahela Jayawardene, Alex Keath, Hamish Kingston (Hobart Hurricanes), Gary Putland, Adil Rashid, Alex Ross (Brisbane Heat).

Brisbane Heat

In: Sam Heazlett, Marnus Labuschagne, Brendon McCullum, Alex Ross (Adelaide Strikers).

Out: Nick Buchanan, Peter Forrest, James Hopes, Lendl Simmons.

Hobart Hurricanes

In: James Bazley, Stuart Broad, Hamish Kingston (Adelaide Strikers), Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short.

Out: Ben Dunk (Adelaide Strikers), Michael Hill, Joe Mennie (Sydney Sixers), Darren Sammy, Timm van der Gugten.

Melbourne Renegades

In: Marcus Harris (Perth Scorchers), Brad Hogg (Perth Scorchers), Sunil Narine, Matthew Short.

Out: Cameron Gannon, Chris Gayle, Nathan Haurtiz, Guy Walker.

Melbourne Stars

In: None.

Out: None.

Perth Scorchers

In: Ian Bell, Hilton Cartwright, Mitchell Johnson, Jhye Richardson.

Out: Michael Carberry, Marcus Harris (Melbourne Renegades), Brad Hogg (Melbourne Renegades), Simon Mackin

Sydney Sixers

In: Sam Billings, Daniel Hughes, Joe Mennie, Jason Roy.

Out: Ed Cowan, Mickey Edwards, Michael Lumb, Steve Smith.

Sydney Thunder

In: Eoin Morgan, Jake Gibson, Nathan McAndrew, Alister McDermott,

Out: Ahillen Beadle, Michael Hussey, Jacques Kallis, Jonte Pattison.


English cricket star Jason Roy will play for Sydney Sixers but will play only first five matches of the Big Bash League 2016-17 season before a return to England team for their ODI and T20 International series against India. The 30-year-old England pacer, Stuart Broad will play for Hobart Hurricanes.

The player of the series in the Matador One-Day Cup, Marnus Labuschagne and Alex Ross joins Adelaide Strikers for the upcoming season of the Big Bash League.

Big Bash League 2017/18 Team Details

 Teams  City  Home Ground  Coach

 Captain

Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Adelaide Oval Jason Gillespie Brad Hodge
Brisbane Heat Brisbane Brisbane Cricket Ground Daniel Vettori Chris Lynn
Hobart Hurricanes Hobart Blundstone Arena Damien Wright Tim Paine
Melbourne Renegades Melbourne Etihad Stadium Andrew McDonald  Aaron Finch
Melbourne Stars Melbourne Melbourne Cricket Ground Stephen Fleming David Hussey
Perth Scorchers Perth #TheFurnace Justin Langer Adam Voges
Sydney Sixers Sydney Sydney Cricket Ground Darren Berry Moises Henriques
Sydney Thunder Sydney Spotless Stadium Paddy Upton Michael Hussey

Big Bash League Winners

Perth Scorchers are the most dominating team in the BBL history from the first season on the four consecutive occasion they made into finals and that is most by any team. However, Melbourne Star is the only team who made into the semi-finals but haven’t appeared in the finals.

Sydney Sixers won the first edition, then Perth Scorchers won this title twice the time. The Brisbane Heat won the 4th edition. Whereas last year Sydney Thunders after five years of failure they won this league.

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