Big Bash League 2019: finals

Seven will broadcast the Big Bash League across 7 or 7mate from Thursday – Sunday.

The winners of the two semi-finals with Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Stars / Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers will progress through to the BBL Final on Sunday.

Glenn Maxwell will lead the Melbourne Stars into a semi final against the batting might of ladder leaders Hobart Hurricanes on Thursday night, followed by the Melbourne Renegades hosting the Sydney Sixers at Marvel Stadium on Friday night.

Maxwell turned on a stunning batting display yesterday at the MCG smashing six sixes and taking the wicket of Sixers skipper Moises Henriques to clinch the final top four spot. The Stars will need to be at their best to tackle the Hurricanes down at Blundstone Arena where Matthew Wade, D’arcy Short and George Bailey have all enjoyed stellar seasons.

Sean Abbott and Steve O’Keefe will be aiming to bowl the Sixers into the final as they face a Renegades line-up boasting white ball star Aaron Finch and all-rounder Dan Christian.

Fans of the cricket will be able to keep up to date with all the action by following @7Cricket on social, with highlights and interviews available on the 7Sport app.

Thursday February 14
Semi-Final 1 – Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Stars
Sydney 7pm Live Ch 7
Melbourne 7pm Live Ch 7
Brisbane 6pm Live 7mate, 7pm Live Ch 7
Adelaide 6.30pm Live 7mate, 7pm Live Ch 7
Perth 4pm Live 7mate

Friday February 15
Semi-Final 2 – Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers
Sydney 7.30pm Live Ch 7
Melbourne 7.30pm Live Ch 7
Brisbane 6.30pm Live 7mate, 7pm Live Ch 7
Adelaide 7pm Live Ch 7
Perth 4.30pm Live 7mate

Sunday February 17
BBL Final
Sydney 2pm Live on Channel 7
Melbourne 2pm Live on Channel 7
Brisbane 1pm Live on Channel 7
Adelaide 1.30pm Live on Channel 7
Perth 11am Live on Channel 7

6 Comments:

    • Better commentators like Brett Lee, Andrew Symonds, Ian Healy and Darren Lehmann……
      Do agree 7 could use more of certain commentators though- Ponting and Sthalekar come readily to mind.
      Yeah, maybe they’ll even host these ones from the grounds.
      By the way, once over is called or a wicket is taken the ball is dead, so the ads 7 are having aren’t actually in play…..

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.