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KFC BBL|10 Final to be held at Sydney Cricket Ground


January 30, 2021



By Cricket Australia

The Sydney Sixers will host KFC BBL|10 Final at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday, February 6, after defeating Perth Scorchers in The Qualifier this evening.

The Scorchers will receive a second chance to reach The Final when they host The Challenger on Thursday, February 4, at Optus Stadium. They will take on either the Sydney Thunder or Brisbane Heat, who go head-to-head at Manuka Oval tomorrow night.

The remaining KFC BBL|10 Finals series matches are:

  • Sunday, January 31: ‘The Knockout’, Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat, Manuka Oval, 7:15pm AEDT
  • Thursday, February 4: ‘The Challenger’, Perth Scorchers v winner of The Knockout, Optus Stadium, 4:45pm AWST / 7:45pm AEDT
  • Saturday, February 6: ‘The Final’, Sydney Sixers v winner of The Challenger, Sydney Cricket Ground, 7:40pm AEDT


Tickets to The Knockout remain on sale at cricket.com.au/tickets. Tickets for The Challenger go on sale on Monday, February 1 at 2:00pm AWST, with a Scorchers members pre-sale from 10:00am AWST. Tickets for the Final go on sale on Monday, February 1 at 3:00pm AEDT, with a Sixers members pre sale from 10:00am AEDT.

All Finals matches will be broadcast live on Seven, Foxtel, Kayo and SEN Radio.

Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia’s Head of Big Bash Leagues, said:

“We’d like to congratulate the Sydney Sixers on earning the right to host their second consecutive KFC BBL Final, which we’re delighted to confirm will be held at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

“This is a major reward for fans of the Sydney Sixers, who haven’t been able to get to the SCG and see their team play so far in KFC BBL|10. We look forward to welcoming a big crowd to the SCG next Saturday night for a fitting end to our tenth season of Big Bash.

“Tonight’s result means the Perth Scorchers will host either Sydney Thunder or Brisbane Heat at Optus Stadium next Thursday, with the winner returning to Sydney to face the Sixers. Thanks again to all four remaining teams for their ongoing flexibility and understanding as we navigate this complex season.”