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3 Players to look out for in 2022 in the Big Bash League

3 Players to look out for in 2022 in the Big Bash League


The Big Bash League is big business! It has become one of the top features of Australia’s sporting calendar and is eagerly anticipated every year. Since its launch, in 2011, this cricketing tournament has continued to grow in popularity. Following the popular T20 format, fans are glued to the action and it’s hard to find a sporting event that generates as much energy, excitement, and high levels of competition.

3 Players to look out for in 2022 in the Big Bash League
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The T20 format has proven to be perfect for those who love to bet on their favourite sport. The fast-paced play with this limited-overs version of cricket is ideal for those who like to wager. With the Big Bash League only lasting three months in the year, fans have had to find alternative ways to continue betting while they wait for it to start again. Many have now turned to simulated reality league, big bash league SRL, as a way to keep themselves entertained.

As the new season draws nearer, who’s worth keeping an eye on? Who can we expect to see something a little special from? Here’s our pick of the top three.



Mitch Marsh

Playing for the Perth Scorches, Marsh is a player that achieves something that is rare. Yes, he is great while playing in the T20 format but, when he is playing at full fitness, he excels in all three formats of the game. This is why he has become a regular for the Australian national team.

Marsh is something of an all-rounder. He performs equally as well whether he is taking to the crease with the bat or holding the ball and getting set to bowl. You can see evidence of just how outstanding Marsh is by looking back over his performances during the last T20 World Cup. He certainly played a key part in Australia’s victory.



Rashid Khan

Khan is one of the top performers for the Adelaide Strikers. It was back in 2015 that he made his One-Day International debut. At the time he was representing Afghanistan as they faced Zimbabwe. It was only a matter of weeks after this that he made his T20 debut.

Known as a skilful leg-spinner, Khan can also be trusted to perform when it comes to his turn to hold a bat. Fans of the Big Bash League have certainly taken to Khan and his airplane celebration has become a staple feature.


Adam Zampa

Playing for the Melbourne Stars, Zampa has often been compared to the late great Shane Warne. His run-up and action certainly resemble that of Warne. It was back in 2016 that he emerged in Australia’s One Day International and T20 squads.

If you review Australia’s run to the World T20 final, it is clear that Zampa played a vital role. His taking of 12 wickets, at an average of 10.91 shows that he was playing at top form. It is this form that he’ll carry over to the upcoming Big Bash League season.