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Watch BBL live on Seven, Big Bash fixture and team squads, full list of Channel 7 cricket commentators

Watch BBL live on Seven, Big Bash fixture and team squads, full list of Channel 7 cricket commentators

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The Big Bash is back and the Perth Scorchers are the hunted once again as the league’s most dominant team eyes off a hat-trick of titles.

And they’ll be under more pressure than ever, with the 2023-24 season returning to a condensed fixture of just 10 games per team with a tense four-game finals series.

Scroll down for all the details on the new-look BBL season, including how to watch

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“You can’t afford to lose one match, two matches,” Australian great and Channel 7 commentator Lisa Sthalekar told 7NEWS.com.au.

“In the past we’ve probably seen players take a little bit of a break in between and there’s that kind of lull period within the tournament. That can’t happen this year, and teams will know that.

“I’m hoping the shorter tournament means that we’re going to see some fireworks on the field – both with bat and ball – but with the personalities as well.”

The Big Bash is ready to launch. Credit: Getty

Sthalekar said the quickfire schedule could help the Scorchers but any team that can get their Test and international stars on the park more often will be right in the mix.

Glenn Maxwell’s return following injury is “huge” for a Melbourne Stars side whose city rivalry with the Renegades promises to reach a new level after two bold off-season moves.

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Adam Zampa has crossed from the Stars to the Renegades, who have also added Test spinner Nathan Lyon.

“You want a little bit of niggle, you want it to mean something to the players,” Sthalekar said.

“You want them to be fighting for that victory or bitterly disappointed with how they got out, and you don’t want them to go ‘oh well another game, (on to the) next one’. You want to see that rivalry.

“And I think the small changes that we’re seeing within the squads (will help that). I can’t wait to see the Renegades and the Stars. Zampa bowling to Maxwell and (Marcus) Stoinis, it is going to be on and you do not want to miss that.”

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How to watch the Big Bash

The BBL regular season gets underway on Thursday, December 7 and runs through to Wednesday, January 17.

The entire campaign will finish inside the school holidays, too.

A condensed four-match finals series will take place from Friday, January 19 through to the decider on Wednesday, January 24.

Seven will show 30 games live and free — all in prime time — including the four finals.

Head here to check out the Big Bash fixture

Head here to check your local guides for broadcast times

Note: the Big Bash is not available to stream on 7plus this season. Seven’s new cricket rights deal featuring live and free coverage on 7plus kicks in next summer.

BBL scores and stats, match centre

The 7NEWS.com.au match centre has fans covered for live ball-by-ball commentary, stats, scorecards and more from every match.

Compare player and team stats and keep up to date with the BBL ladder as the all-important finals race heats up.

Channel 7’s Big Bash commentators

Australian legend Ricky Ponting headlines the commentary team alongside former opening batters and international coaches Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden, while ex-West Indies bowler Ian Bishop will also feature.

A procession of former on-field stars will also return to Seven’s cricket team as expert commentators, including Greg Blewett, Lisa Sthalekar, Trent Copeland, Callum Ferguson, Holly Ferling, Damien Fleming, Brad Hodge, Simon Katich, Katey Martin, Kirby Short and Elyse Villani.

Leading 7SPORT presenters James Brayshaw and Mel McLaughlin will also return to Seven’s coverage, alongside resident caller Alister Nicholson while Erin Holland, Andy Maher, Jason Richardson and Emma Freedman round out the team.

They will be joined by current BBL stars Aaron Finch, Chris Green, Glenn Maxwell and Will Pucovski, who will be regulars on Seven’s live and free BBL coverage, while 7NEWS reporters Theo Doropoulos, Ryan Daniels and Anna Hay will feature in their local states.

Channel 7 commentators Damien Fleming, Emma Holland, Ricky Ponting and Luke Hodge. Credit: Supplied

The next generation

Sthalekar has pinpointed the Hobart Hurricanes — now led by Nathan Ellis — as a smokey after a few years where they haven’t been in true contention for the title.

Ellis leads a pack of Australia’s ‘next generation’ hoping to use the BBL season as a launching pad for even better things in the international arena.

“Someone like Tanveer Sangha, he’s certainly got a lot of people looking at him — his name is in lights. You’d love for him to have a really strong Big Bash season to back up all of the skill and talent that people know that he has,” Sthalekar said.

“The other player that I’m looking forward to seeing is Spencer Johnson. A little bit older but certainly showed glimpses last season, (and now has) another year of understanding what he could do at this level.

“We always like the speedsters anyway, and a left-arm quick’s always nice.

“With extra pace, you know something’s going to happen. Either the stumps are going to go cartwheeling out of the ground or the ball’s going to go out of the ground.

“Being a former spinner I’m more than happy to see the spinners dominate. But there is something about pace coming in and steaming in as well.”

Spencer Johnson is desperate to use the BBL to launch his international career. Credit: Matt King/Cricket Australia via Getty Images

Big Bash squads

ADELAIDE STRIKERS

Last season: 7th

Squad: Wes Agar, James Bazley, Cameron Boyce, Alex Carey, Brendan Doggett, Travis Head, Henry Hunt, Thomas Kelly, Chris Lynn, Ben Manenti, D’Arcy Short, Matt Short, Henry Thornton, Jamie Overton, Adam Hose, Jake Weatherald, Harry Nielsen, David Payne

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BRISBANE HEAT

Last season: 5th, lost final

Squad: Usman Khawaja, Xavier Bartlett, Josh Brown, Max Bryant, Spencer Johnson, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan McSweeney, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson, Will Prestwidge, Matthew Renshaw, Mitchell Swepson, Colin Munro, Sam Billings, Paul Walter, Jack Wildermuth, Jack Wood

HOBART HURRICANES

Last season: 6th

Squad: Corey Anderson, Iain Carlisle, Nikhil Chaudhary, Tim David, Paddy Dooley, Nathan Ellis, Liam Guthrie, Sam Hain, Peter Hatzoglou, Sam Heazlett, Caleb Jewell, Chris Jordan, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Mitch Owen, Billy Stanlake, Matthew Wade, Mac Wright

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MELBOURNE RENEGADES

Last season: 4th, lost knockout

Squad: Joe Clarke, Quinton De Kock, Harry Dixon, Aaron Finch, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Mackenzie Harvey, Ruwantha Kellapotha, Nathan Lyon, Nic Maddinson, Shaun Marsh, Fergus O’Neill, Kane Richardson, Tom Rogers, Peter Siddle, Will Sutherland, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Jon Wells, Adam Zampa

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MELBOURNE STARS

Last season: 8th

Squad: Scott Boland, Joe Burns, Hilton Cartwright, Brody Couch, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Liam Dawson, Sam Harper, Campbell Kellaway, Nick Larkin, Glenn Maxwell, Usama Mir, Joel Paris, Haris Rauf, Corey Rocchiccioli, Tom Rogers, Mark Steketee, Marcus Stoinis, Imad Wasim, Beau Webster

PERTH SCORCHERS

Last season: 1st, champions

Squad: Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Cooper Connolly, Zak Crawley, Stephen Eskinazi, Laurie Evans, Aaron Hardie, Liam Haskett, Nick Hobson, Josh Inglis, Matt Kelly, Mitch Marsh, Hamish McKenzie, Lance Morris, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman

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SYDNEY SIXERS

Last season: 2nd, lost challenger

Squad: Sean Abbott, Jackson Bird, Tom Curran, Joel Davies, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Hayden Kerr, Todd Murphy, Izharulhaq Naveed, Steve O’Keefe, Kurtis Patterson, Mitch Perry, Josh Philippe, Jordan Silk, Steve Smith, James Vince

SYDNEY THUNDER

Last season: 4th, lost eliminator

Squad: Cameron Bancroft, Ollie Davies, Liam Doddrell, Matt Gilkes, Chris Green, Liam Hatcher, Nathan McAndrew, Blake Nikitaras, Alex Ross, Will Salzmann, Daniel Sams, Gurinder Sandhu, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, David Warner, Alex Hales, Zaman Khan

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