Melbourne Renegades will take on Adelaide Strikers at Sydney Cricket Ground in Sydney on 24th January, Tuesday in the 55th match of the Big Bash League (BBL) this season. The Big Bash League 2022-23 season will run from December 13 until the final on February 4, Cricket Australia announced the schedule, which also included a 56-game regular season plus five finals match as well. The season will be hosted across 17 different venues which also include three new grounds — Albury, Cazalys Stadium in Cairns, and North Sydney Oval. The first game of this season has taken place between Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Stars on December 13 at the Manuka Oval.
Meanwhile, defending champions Perth Scorchers, meanwhile, will begin their title defence on December 17 against Sydney Sixers as well. However, BBL 2022-23 will continue to be an eight-team T20 league which will see Adelaide Strikers, Melbourne Stars, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder, Brisbane Heat, and Sydney Sixers compete for the big trophy as well.
The pitch is helpful for the bowlers and they will get help from the pitch. Batters need to struggle on the pitch initially as well. And, it can be said that the skipper winning the toss should choose to bowl first as well.
Big Bash League 2022-23 will LIVE TELECAST on Fox Cricket while it will be available on Foxtel and Kayo Sports for LIVE STREAMING in Australia while Indian fans can watch the action unfold on Sony Pictures and Sports Network (SPSN) and SONY LIV app.
Hobart Hurricanes Probable XI: Tim David, CP Jewell, Zak Crawley, Faheem Ashraf, DJM Short, BR McDermott, MS Wade (C), Nathan Ellis, Riley Meredith, JS Paris, Paddy Dooley
Brisbane Heat Probable XI: Usman Khawaja (C), Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, SR Hain, Josh Brown, James Bazley, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson, Matthew Kuhnemann, Mitchell Swepson, SH Johnson
Hobart Hurricanes Squad: Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Zak Crawley, Matthew Wade (w/c), Tim David, D Arcy Short, Faheem Ashraf, Joel Paris, Nathan Ellis, Patrick Dooley, Riley Meredith, Asif Ali, Tom Andrews, Mitchell Owen, Wil Parker, Macalister Wright
Brisbane Heat Squad: Josh Brown, Usman Khawaja (c), Marnus Labuschagne, Matt Renshaw, Sam Hain, Jimmy Peirson(w), Michael Neser, James Bazley, Spencer Johnson, Mitchell Swepson, Matthew Kuhnemann, Xavier Bartlett, Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Mark Steketee