The eighth edition of the Women’s Big Bash League, in 2022/23, will begin on the night of October 13, when Brisbane Heat will host Sydney Sixers at the Great Barrier Reef Arena in Mackay. The tournament will feature the usual teams, the others being defending champions Perth Scorchers, Melbourne Stars, Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Thunder, Adelaide Strikers, and Hobart Hurricanes.
The teams will play in a double round-robin league until November 20. This will be followed by the three Playoff matches – the Eliminator, the Challenger, and the final. The likes of Meg Lanning, Zoe Cooke, and Issy Wong have might have themselves unavailable for the tournament, but there is going to be no dearth of stars in this edition.
Women’s Big Bash 2022/23, where to watch: TV channels and live streaming details for WBBL 08
In India, one can watch the Women’s Big Bash League 2022/23 on one or more channels of the Sony Sports Network. You can check the full TV guide here. Live streaming will be available on the SonyLIV app.
In Australia, one can watch every match on Foxtel. However, 24 of the 59 matches will simultaneously be broadcast on Seven, and the other 35 on cricket.com.au.
One can also watch the matches on BT Sports (England), Willow TV (the USA), SuperSport (South Africa), Sky Sport NZ (New Zealand), and ATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network) and CBN in Canada.
Subscribe to the Wisden Cricket YouTube channel for post-match analysis, player interviews, and much more.