Full action pack Big Bash League will start on 17 December and you will watch live the big guns of T20 cricket performing at their best. There will be Chris Gayle, David Warner, Kevin Pietersen, Aaron Finch, Jacques Kallis, Glenn Maxwell and many others ready to entertain you in Big Bash. Every team of Big Bash has some key players to make their team so strong to compete in the Big Bash. Lets see the Big Bash Key Players List and decide which team has the most dangerous players in their squad.
Every team has some key players that will lead them to the title of Big Bash League. These Big Bash Key Players List will tickle the live score ball by ball in every match but some most popular players will be worth to watch as they can win a match single handed.
Adelaide Strikers Big Bash Key Players List
Michael Neser: The classy all-rounder was ruled all of last year’s competition due to injuries, but let’s take you back to BBL03 where he was the Strikers MVP. He was the second leading wicket taker that year and bowled at crucial times for his team. With Kieron Pollard now out for the year expect Neser to take the lead all-rounder role at Adelaide once again.
Others to watch: Alex Ross and Jono Dean
Brisbane Heat Big Bash Key Players List
Jason Floros: Recent Sheffield Shield form suggests the off-spinning all-rounder will provide an impact for the Heat. Recently taking eight wickets in two innings in the game against NSW and a recent 82 with the bat in the game prior. If the Heat are to move up the ladder this season players like Floros must show their strength on the big stage.
Others to watch: James Hopes and Mark Steketee
Hobart Hurricanes Big Bash Key Players List
Shaun Tait: At his best Tait is the most intimidating bowler in the BBL, at his worst he is a captain’s headache. Capable of getting the ball to a whopping 160 km/h, but also capable of bowling it to first slip. If Tait fires though the Hurricanes finally have the strike bowler they have been calling for since the loss of Ben Laughlin.
Others to watch: Dom Michael and Joe Mennie
Melbourne Renegades Big Bash Key Players List
Aaron Finch: Expect Finch to be fired up after some bad form in Shield cricket. We all know what Finch is capable of. A T20 average of 33 may seem low, but let’s remember Finch as a top order batsman has to set the pace which can cost his wicket at times.
Others to watch: Tom Beaton and Callum Ferguson
Melbourne Stars Big Bash Key Players List
Marcus Stoinis: Melbourne missed Stoinis badly last year. The tall all-rounder can do it all; hit massive sixes and strike with critical wickets. He must keep fit this year. If he does, a team with his class with John Hastings and James Faulkner makes a dangerous middle order and bowling attack.
Others to watch: Ben Hilfenhaus and Adam Zampa
Perth Scorchers Big Bash Key Players List
Michael Klinger: Missing out on playing for Australia yet again must have stung, but the Aussies loss is the Scorchers gain. A century last season, over 3000 runs in T20 cricket and an average of 37 he will once again be a key in the Scorchers batting line-up as tries to gain a spot in that Aussie XI.
Others to watch: Ashton Agar and Cameron Bancroft
Sydney Sixers Big Bash Key Players List
Brad Haddin: We have heard very little from Brad since his retirement, but we all know how good he is in the short form of the game. He is able to boost the run rate when required and dig in when the batting order has collapsed with his test experience. Now it’s all up to his glove work. Welcome back Hads.
Others to watch: Moises Henriques and Jackson Bird
Sydney Thunder Big Bash Key Players List
Aidan Blizzard: Last year Blizzard became a key part of the Thunder batting lineup, hitting massive sixes and keeping the run rate going when called upon. With IPL experience on his side as well as while having the luxury of Hussey and Kallis as your team-mates expect even bigger things from the man who has scored over 1800 runs in T20 cricket.
Others to watch: Gurinder Sandhu and Andrew McDonald