The Big Bash League is an Australian premier cricket league that takes place each year. It features six teams, Adelaide Strikers, Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Sixers, and Sydney Thunder, all of which compete for the same trophy.
Big Bash League 2020-21 will begin on December 10 and it will go on until February 6, 2021. The format of the match is such that each team will play with every other team twice, once on home ground and once away from it.
Big Bash League 2020-21 will be only available for broadcast in a few regions such as the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, India, and Australia. If you live outside these regions, you won’t be able to access any live streams for Big Bash League 2020-21. This is due to the regional limitations and restrictions on the Big Bash League 2020-21 matches that make them unavailable for access in most regions.
To watch any Big Bash League 2020-21 match from anywhere in the world, you need a premium streaming VPN that can allow you to change your location to any region of your preference. Once you have changed your location, you will be able to bypass regional limitations and access Big Bash League 2020-21 matches live online.
There are hundreds of different sports channels that are famous around the world, but only a few have the official broadcast rights for Big Bash League 2020-2021. Moreover, live streams are only available for free access in the following regions.
|Seven Network, Fox Sports, Kayo Sports||Australia|
|Sky Go||New Zealand|
|Flow Sports||West Indies|
|BT Sport||United Kingdom|
|Willow TV, NBC Sports||United States|
|ATN Cricket Plus||Canada|
All of the streaming channels above are limited for access in their respective regions only. If you live outside the region of availability for a particular channel or streaming service, you will be unable to access it unless you connect to a premium streaming VPN such as PureVPN. Here is how you can use PureVPN to access different channels and streaming services from anywhere in the world.
SonyLIV is a popular sports and entertainment channel in India which is offering free live broadcast of the Big Bash League. If you are outside India and want to watch Big Bash League 2020-21, you can connect to PureVPN and access SonyLIV in just a few clicks. Follow the instructions given below.
Fox Sports can be accessed from many countries outside Australia. However, if you are outside Australia you need a premium subscription for Fox Sports. If you are located within Australia, or if you are connected to an Australian server via a premium streaming VPN such as PureVPN, you can access Fox Sports for free and watch all Big Bash League 2020-21 matches live online from anywhere in the world.
BT Sport is a very popular sports platform that provides British sports fans with live streams of matches from within the UK as well as all over the world. If you live in the UK, you can access Big Bash League 2020-21 matches live online without any issues. However, if you are outside the UK and want to watch Big Bash League 2020-21 matches online, you can connect to PureVPN and get what you want, instantly.
The US has many different sports channels and services that provide sports fans with their fix. NBC may not be the best of the, but it sure is well reputed for the quality and diversity it offers. If you are outside the US and want to watch Big Bash League 2020-21 on NBC, connect to PureVPN and get instant access.
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Thursday, December 10: Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers (Blundstone Arena)
Friday, December 11: Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat (Manuka Oval)
Saturday, December 12: Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder (Manuka Oval), Melbourne Renegades v Perth Scorchers (Blundstone Arena)
Sunday, December 13: Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes (Blundstone Arena), Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades (Blundstone Arena)
Monday, December 14: Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat (Manuka Oval)
Tuesday, December 15: Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide Strikers (University of Tasmania Stadium)
Wednesday, December 16: Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Stars (University of Tasmania Stadium)
Saturday, December 19: Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades (Blundstone Arena)
Sunday, December 20: Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers (Blundstone Arena)
Tuesday, December 22: Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers (Manuka Oval)
Wednesday, December 23: Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers (Gabba)
Saturday, December 26: Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades (Manuka Oval), Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers (Metricon Stadium)
Sunday, December 27: Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes (Gabba)
Monday, December 28: Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers (Adelaide Oval)
Tuesday, December 29: Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers (Metricon Stadium), Sydney Thunder vs Melbourne Stars (Manuka Oval)
Wednesday, December 30: Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat (Gabba)
Thursday, December 31: Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers (Adelaide Oval)
Friday, January 1: Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Thunder (Metricon Stadium)
Saturday, January 2: Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Stars (Blundstone Arena), Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers (Gabba)
Sunday, January 3: Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Renegades (Optus Stadium), Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers (Metricon Stadium)
Monday, January 4: Brisbane Heat v Sydney Thunder (Gabba), Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes (Blundstone Arena)
Tuesday, January 5: Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers (Adelaide Oval)
Wednesday, January 6: Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers (Optus Stadium)
Thursday, January 7: Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Thunder (Optus Stadium), Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars (Metricon Stadium)
Friday, January 8: Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades (Adelaide Oval)
Saturday, January 9: Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder (Optus Stadium)
Sunday, January 10: Sydney Sixers v Brisbane Heat (Metricon Stadium)
Monday, January 11: Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars (Adelaide Oval)
Tuesday, January 12: Perth Scorchers v Hobart Hurricanes (Optus Stadium)
Wednesday, January 13: Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers (Sydney Showground)
Thursday, January 14: Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades (Marvel Stadium, Docklands)
Friday, January 15: Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers (MCG)
Saturday, January 16: Sydney Sixers v Perth Scorchers (SCG)
Sunday, January 17: Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades (MCG)
Monday, January 18: Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes (Sydney Showground)
Tuesday, January 19: Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat (Marvel Stadium, Docklands)
Wednesday, January 20: Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars (Marvel Stadium, Docklands)
Thursday, January 21: Adelaide Strikers v Brisbane Heat (MCG)
Friday, January 22: Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers (Marvel Stadium, Docklands), Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunders (SCG)
Saturday, January 23: Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Heat (Marvel Stadium, Docklands), Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers (MCG)
Sunday, January 24: Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers (Sydney Showground), Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes (SCG)
Monday, January 25: Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder (Sydney Showground)
Tuesday, January 26: Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers (SCG), Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes (MCG), Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers (MCG)
Friday, January 29: Eliminator (TBC)
Saturday, January 30: Qualifier (TBC)
Sunday, January 31: Knockout (TBC)
Thursday, February 4: Challenger (TBC)
Saturday, February 6: The Final (TBC)