Who won the BBL finals 2021?
Perth Scorchers crowned BBL 11 champions after smashing Sydney Sixers.
Who won BBL in 2022?
The Perth Scorchers recovered from a collapse before routing the Sydney Sixers by 79 runs at the Docklands Stadium in Melbourne to win the Big Bash League (BBL) 2022 title on Friday. It was the fourth BBL trophy for the team led by Ashton Turner.
Is Steve Smith playing BBL final?
Steven Smith will not play in the Big Bash League final after another request to make him available for selection was rejected by Cricket Australia.
How do the BBL finals Work 2021?
Teams are awarded two points for a win and the squad with the most points sits top of the table moving onto the finals with the other three highest-ranked teams. The highest-ranked team playing in the Big Bash League Final has the home ground advantage.
Who won most BBL?
Perth ScorchersBig Bash League / Current champion (4th title)
BBL matches are played in Australia during the summer; in December, January and February. Out of the eight teams in the tournament, six have won the title at least once. The Perth Scorchers is the most successful team in the league’s short history, having won the title four times including consecutively for two years.
Is the Big Bash finished?
On 15 July 2020, Cricket Australia confirmed the fixtures for the tournament. The tournament started on 10 December 2020, and finished on 6 February 2021, with the majority of the matches played at night.
Where is the BBL final being played 2022?
The Melbourne Cricket Ground
The Melbourne Cricket Ground will host the BBL 2022 final.
Why was Steve Smith not allowed to play in BBL?
Smith was not in the franchise’s playing list in the tournament due to the batter’s prior commitments for the national team but the cancellation of Australia’s limited-overs series against New Zealand allowed the batter to play in the finals.
Who won every BBL?
BBL Winners List All Season
|Season||Winner||Player of the Series|
|2018–19||Melbourne Renegades||D Arcy Short(Hobart Hurricanes)|
|2019–20||Sydney Sixers||Marcus Stoinis(Melbourne Stars)|
|2020–21||Sydney Sixers||Josh Philippe(Sydney Sixers)|
|2021-22||Perth Scorchers||Ben McDermott(Hobart Hurricanes)|