KFC T20 Big Bash - table, fixtures & results
Australia's equivalent of the Twenty20 Cup, the KFC T20 Big Bash, begins its fifth season on 28 December. The action promises to be fast and furious and you will not miss a thing with William Hill as every match will be available to watch for free on our live streaming service, William Hill TV.
There will be a wide range of betting markets available on every match both before the action starts and while the games are in play, from the first ball to the last.
You will also be able to follow all the results below with an updated table as New South Wales bid to retain their title.
The competition begins with a round robin format as 15 matches are played and then the team who finishes top of the group progress to the final where they await the winner of the preliminary final which is contested by the teams who finish second and third in the table.
Teams receive two points for a win, one point for a tie or no result and none for a defeat. If teams are tied on points standings are determined by most wins and then net run rate.
The two teams that reach the final will also qualify for the second running of the Champions League Twenty20.
|KFC T20 Big Bash table|
|New South Wales||5||2||0||3||0||4|
|Time||Date||Fixtures and results||Venue|
|08:45||28 December||Victoria beat Queensland by 3 runs (D/L)||Brisbane|
|09:15||29 December||South Australia beat Western Australia by 29 runs||Perth|
|08:45||30 December||New South Wales beat Tasmania by 31 runs||Hobart|
|08:45||01 January||Tasmania beat Western Australia by 17 runs||Hobart|
|08:45||02 January||Victoria beat New South Wales by 6 wickets||Melbourne|
|08:15||03 January||South Australia beat Queensland by 4 wickets||Adelaide|
|09:15||05 January||W Australia beat New South Wales by 127 runs||Perth|
|08:15||07 January||South Australia beat Victoria by 91 runs||Adelaide|
|08:45||08 January||Queensland beat Tasmania by 9 runs||Brisbane|
|09:15||10 January||Western Australia beat Victoria by 24 runs||Perth|
|08:15||12 January||South Australia beat Tasmania by 23 runs||Adelaide|
|08:15||13 January||Queensland beat New South Wales by 54 runs||Sydney|
|08:45||15 January||Victoria beat Tasmania by 9 wickets||Melbourne|
|08:45||16 January||Queensland beat Western Australia by 37 runs
|08:15||17 January||New South Wales beat South Australia by 8 wickets
|08:45||19 January||Preliminary Final - Victoria beat Queensland by 6 wickets
|08:15||23 January||The Final - Victoria beat South Australia by 48 runs||Adelaide|