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Cricket Australia: Revised KFC BBL|11 schedule for January 17-19

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The KFC Big Bash League has announced a revised schedule for January 17-19, the final three days of the regular season.

The previously postponed Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers match from January 5 has been moved to January 19, with a number of other time, venue and date changes to other matches across the three days. Four of the final six matches will be held in Melbourne.

These changes follow the previously announced schedule adjustments for the period of January 10-16 and the move for Clubs to be primarily based out of Victoria.

All changes have been made to prioritise the health and safety of all players, match officials, staff, fans and the wider community while also providing greater flexibility and operational efficiency for the League and Clubs.

The revised schedule for January 17-19 is:

  • January 17, 4:35pm ACDT: Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers, Adelaide Oval. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo
  • January 17, 8:15pm AEDT: Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers, Marvel Stadium. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo
  • January 18, 7:15pm AEDT: Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades, Marvel Stadium. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo
  • January 19, 12:05pm AEST: Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers, Gabba. Foxtel & Kayo
  • January 19, 4:10pm AEDT: Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo
  • January 19, 7:50pm AEDT: Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

Ticket information to all revised fixtures will be available shortly via cricket.com.au/big-bash. Existing ticket holders will be contacted directly.

The League will confirm arrangements for the KFC BBL|11 Finals series in coming days.

Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia’s General Manager, Big Bash Leagues, said:

“We are pleased to release this revised schedule for January 17-19 and provide greater certainty for fans, participants and partners of the KFC BBL.

“The challenges of the pandemic have led us to making some difficult decisions, but our priority has always been the safe and successful completion of the season. We believe the two rounds of revisions to the schedule announced in recent days give all involved the best chance of doing so.

“Our thanks go to all players, Club staff, governments, broadcasters, partners, and venues whose commitment to the KFC BBL has ensured its continuation this season.”

All remaining KFC BBL|11 matches

January 13, 3:45pm AEDT: Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes, Marvel Stadium. Foxtel & Kayo

January 13, 7:35pm AEDT: Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars, Marvel Stadium. Foxtel & Kayo

January 14, 10:10am ACDT: Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers, Adelaide Oval. Foxtel & Kayo

January 15, 10:10am ACDT: Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars, Adelaide Oval. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

January 15, 6:40pm AEDT: Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder, Sydney Cricket Ground. Foxtel & Kayo

January 16, 7:15pm AEDT: Melbourne Stars v Brisbane Heat, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo.

January 17, 4:35pm ACDT: Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Sixers, Adelaide Oval. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

January 17, 8:15pm AEDT: Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers, Marvel Stadium. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

January 18, 7:15pm AEDT: Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades, Marvel Stadium. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

January 19, 12:05pm AEST: Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers, Gabba. Foxtel & Kayo

January 19, 4:10pm AEDT: Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

January 19, 7:50pm AEDT: Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Cricket Ground. Seven, Foxtel & Kayo

Finals series: January 21-28. Match ups, venues and start times TBC

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