Zampa, 25, has established himself as Australia's premier T20 spinner and last took figures of 3/25 in his man of the match performance against Sri Lanka in the final T20 at Adelaide Oval.
The leg-spinner took a total of 12 wickets from just five matches at an average of 9.58 for the Supergiants in last year's competition and will no doubt build on yet another stellar year with the white ball.
With Steve Smith as his captain alongside fellow Australians Usman Khawaja and Dan Christian, the Supergiants are well poised in the competition.
One might needn’t mention the power of Travis Head since the left-hander’s freakish innings against the Sydney Sixers on New Year’s Eve in 2015.
Earning his Australian one-day and T20 caps following, Head’s BBL|06 was interrupted with movements in and out of the international set-up and he struggled to replicate his form throughout the tournament.
Head is set to reignite the IPL stage with the Royal Challengers Bangalore while his Australian commitments are placed on hold until the end of the competition.
The West End Redbacks captain is also coming in fresh off the back of a defiant red-ball century against the Victorian Bushrangers in the Sheffield Shield final.