BBL 2021-22 live: The Sydney Thunder will host the Sydney Sixers on Sunday, December 26. Additionally, the BBL match will take place at the Sydney Showground in Sydney, Australia.
The Sydney Thunder are fourth on the points table with nine points in four games so far. The Sydney Sixers sit second on the points table with 14 points in five games so far.
The Sixers won their BBL game against the Adelaide Strikers. Adelaide Strikers won the toss and chose to play first. However, the Adelaide Strikers could only score 147 points in the opening innings of the BBL game.
They couldn’t put together a good batting display. Corn Sydney sixers were on target with their approach against Adelaide Strikers. The Sydney Sixers continued the total with four wickets and four balls remaining.
Sydney Thunder picked up a huge win over Brisbane Heat in their last game. The Sydney-based team were on the right track with their batting and bowling approach. As a result, Sydney Thunder won the game by 53 points.
When and where will the Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers game take place?
The Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers will be played on Sunday, December 26th. Additionally, the match will take place at the Sydney Showground in Sydney, Australia.
BBL 2021-22 Live: where is the Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers?
The BBL match between the Sydney Thunder and the Sydney Sixers will take place at the Adelaide Oval in North Adelaide, Australia.
What time will the Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers game start?
The BBL match between the Sydney Thunder and the Sydney Sixers will start at 12:35 am IST.
Which TV channels will be showing the Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers game?
The public can watch the BBL 2021-22 Live Sydney Thunder vs Sydney Sixers match on Sony Sports Network. In addition, the fixture will also be available for live streaming on the Sony LIV app and the Jio TV platform.
It will also be available on Sony channels on its TV. The Big Bash League game can be watched on Sony Six and Sony Six HD channels.
BBL 2021-22 Live: Full squad for both teams
Sydney Thunder: Sam Billings, Jonathan Cook, Ben Cutting, Oliver Davies, Brendan Doggett, Matt Gilkes, Chris Green, Alex Hales. Baxter Holt, Usman Khawaja, Saqib Mahmood, Nathan McAndrew. Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Gurinder Sandhu, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Chris Tremain.
The Sydney Sixers: Moises Henriques, Sean Abbott, Jackson Bird (Lawrence Neil-Smith), Daniel Christian, Tom Curran, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards. Mickey Edwards, Daniel Hughes, Chris Jordan (first five matches), Hayden Kerr, Nathan Lyon (Nick Winter). Ben Manenti, Stephen O’Keefe, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, James Vince.