The Sydney Thunder battle inaugural BBL champions and local rivals the Sydney Sixers in the final regular season game on 25 January 2014 at ANZ Stadium.
After breaking a 753-day drought against the Renegades in their last game, the Thunder are searching for two-in-a-row and they will fancy their chances with batting sensations 'Mr Cricket' Mike Hussey and superbat Usman Khawaja, as well as T20 specialist strike bowler Dirk Nannes and young gun pace man Gurinder Sandhu.
There's no better way to ring in Australia Day than with a local rivalry as the Thunder look to end the regular season with a bang.
|7:10PM||Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers|
Life's a beach for Sydney Thunder fans at ANZ Stadium this Big Bash League season.
ANZ Stadium has created a beach that holds 150 people for all four of the Thunder's home games during this BBL season. What better way to soak up the atmosphere this summer than kicking back on Thunder Beach? Click here to secure you seat.
For Conditions of Entry, please click here.
The closest train station to ANZ Stadium is Olympic Park Station.
Fans heading to the Thunder v Sixers match should head to Lidcombe Station and change for a connecting service to Olympic Park Station, departing every 10 minutes until 1am.
Sydney Trains are running to a regular weekend timetable.
For further timetable information, click here.
Trackwork may be taking place during the event. For the most up-to-date information on trackwork and replacement services, please click here.
Sydney Buses will operate to a regular weekend timetable.
Route 525 operates between Parramatta and Burwood via Sydney Olympic Park.
Please check timetable for last trips departing Sydney Olympic Park.
Sydney Ferries will operate to a regular weekend timetable.
Should services to Sydney Olympic Park be full, fans can take a train from Circular Quay Station.
ANZ Stadium is approximately a 40 minute walk from Sydney Olympic Park Wharf. There is a connecting 526 bus to the Stadium.
Click here to use the 131 500 Trip Planner to help plan your journey. It will give you up-to-date train, bus and ferry timetable information.
Casual parking is available in the precinct.
Fans who plan to drive should allow plenty of time to get to Sydney Olympic Park, find a parking space and get to their seat for the game.
To pre-book parking via Ticketek, click here or call 132 849.
For event parking information and to pre-book with the Sydney Olympic Park Authority, please click here.
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