The Sydney Thunder, Big Bash League 2021 runners-up, will face the Melbourne Stars on Tuesday, December 13, at Canberra’s picturesque Manuka Oval, the western Sydney club’s “second home.”
Three international superstars who stood out in the T20 World Cup 2022 that was held in Australia recently make up Trevor Bayliss’s 15-man Thunder team for the season opener.
They include Fazalhaq Farooqi, an intimidating bowler for Afghanistan, Rilee Rossouw of South Africa, who scored a century at the World Cup,
And Alex Hales of England, who was one of the tournament’s leading run scorers.
Some of the most exciting domestic players in the BBL, like captain Jason Sangha, Chris Green, Ben Cutting, Daniel Sams,
And young Ollie Davies, who brazenly hit five sixes in a row against the Melbourne Renegades in his second BBL match, will help them out.
In contrast, the Stars failed to advance past the regular season after losing seven of their 14 games.
The team’s star players include Marcus Stoinis, Hilton Cartwright, Trent Boult, and Nathan Coulter-Nile.
On Tuesday, December 13, Sydney Thunder (THU) will take on Melbourne Stars (STA) in the Big Bash League 2022 matchup.
The Manuka Oval in Canberra will serve as the venue for the Big Bash League 2022 matchup between Melbourne Stars (STA) and Sydney Thunder (THU).
At 1:45 p.m. IST, Sydney Thunder (THU) will take on Melbourne Stars (STA) in the Big Bash League 2022 matchup.
Sony Sports Network channels in India will broadcast Sydney Thunder (THU) vs. Melbourne Stars (STA)’s Big Bash League 2022 matchup.
The Huge Slam Association 2022 conflict between Sydney Thunder (THU) versus Melbourne Stars (STA) is accessible to be streamed live on the SonyLiv application and site.
Jason Sangha (C), Alex Hales, Alex Ross, Rilee Rossouw, N McAndrew, Daniel Sams, Ben Cutting, Mathew Gilkes, Chris Green, Fazalhaq Farooqi,
And Gurinder Sandhu Joe Burns, Nick Larkin, Hilton Cartwright, Beau Webster, Joe Clarke, Trent Boult, Nathan Coulter-Nile, C Hinchliffe, Luke Wood, and Adam Zampa (C)