A first-time winner of the BBL will be crowned on Sunday evening when the Adelaide Strikers host the Hobart Hurricanes at the Adelaide Oval in what should be a fitting finale to a thrilling season.
Both the Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Renegades will be looking to qualify for their first ever BBL final when they meet in the second semi-final at the Adelaide Oval on Friday night.
Having both secured a home semi-final, the Perth Scorchers and Adelaide Strikers will battle it out to decide who will finish top of the table at the end of the regular season at the WACA on Thursday.
With their place in the semi-finals suddenly under threat the Melbourne Renegades will be hoping to take care of the high-flying Adelaide Strikers at Docklands Stadium on Monday.
Two sides at the pointy end of the table will do battle on Wednesday night when the second-placed Adelaide Strikers host the third-placed Hobart Hurricanes.
The BBL heads north to Alice Springs where Traeger Park will host a blockbuster between semi-final aspirants Adelaide Strikers and Perth Scorchers.
Two sides at opposite ends of the ladder will come head to head when the high-flying Adelaide Strikers host the winless Melbourne Stars at the Adelaide Oval on Tuesday.
After suffering their first loss of the season, the Adelaide Strikers will be looking to bounce back swiftly by overcoming the Sydney Thunder at Spotless Stadium on Sunday.
Desperate to record their first victory, the Melbourne Stars will be hoping they can rise to the occasion in the twelfth Melbourne Derby against the Renegades at the MCG on Saturday night.
After claiming their first win of the tournament, the Hobart Hurricanes will be looking to inflict the Adelaide Strikers’ first loss of the competition at Bellerive Oval on Thursday night.