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Women's Big Bash League 2018-19

1 Dec 2018 - 26 Jan 2019

The Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) is the women’s counterpart of the KFC Big Bash T20 League. Various international female cricket players from all over the world participate in the event, representing eight teams.


The WBBL 2018-19 will be the 4th season of the tournament. The tournament will start on 1 December 2018 and the final will be played on 26 January 2019.


Matches


Each team plays every other team twice i.e. 14 matches. After this stage, the top four placed sides advance to the semi-finals. A total of 59 matches will be played over 57 days.


Teams


Eight teams - Adelaide Strikers, Brisbane Heat, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder feature in the tournament.


The Sydney Thunder won the inaugural season in 2015-16 and the Sydney Sixers won the next two seasons.


Venues


As many as 20 venues will host this season of the WBBL. They are: The CitiPower Centre at St Kilda, North Sydney Oval No. 1, West Park at Burnie, Casey Fields in Cranbourne East, Blundstone Arena in Hobart, The Gabba in Brisbane, SCG, WACA Ground in Perth, Adelaide Oval, Hurstville Oval, Lilac Hill, Spotless Stadium in Sydney, Optus Stadium in Perth, UTAS Stadium in Launceston, MCG, Blacktown International Sportsground, Harrup Park in Mackay, Karen Rolton Oval in Adelaide, Traeger Park in Alice Springs and the Cazaly’s Stadium.


Important statistics from all previous finals of the Women's Big Bash League
Important statistics from all previous finals of the Women's Big Bash League
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Women's BBL 2018-19: 25-year-old Grace Harris smashes a 42-ball century
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Women's Big Bash League 04, week 2: Round-up, Part II
Women's Big Bash League 04, week 2: Round-up, Part I
Women's Big Bash League 04, week 2: Round-up, Part I
Women's Big Bash League 2018: When and where to watch, live streaming, telecast details and fixtures
Women's Big Bash League 2018: When and where to watch, live streaming, telecast details and fixtures
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Flashback: Women's Big Bash League 2017-18
Important Stats From Women's Big Bash League
Important Stats From Women's Big Bash League
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Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur set to play in Women's Big Bash League
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WBBL 2017/18: Dane van Niekerk bags hat-trick 
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WBBL 2017/18: Sydney Sixers emerge triumphant in derby clash, Hobart's miserable run continues
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World T20 success crucial for holding women's league in India, says Veda Krishnamurthy after securing WBBL deal
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World Cup stars Veda, Dipti close to securing Big Bash deals
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Harmanpreet Kaur adjudged the Women's Player of the Year by the Sydney Thunder
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Big Bash League 2016/17: A look back
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Big Bash League breaks viewership records
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Sportskeeda's Indian Sportsperson of the Year 2016 – No. 25 to No. 16
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Top 5 Cricketers of the week: December 6-13
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Harmanpreet Kaur added to Sydney Thunder's 13-member squad for BBL opener
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Nepal's Rubina Chettri set to join Melbourne Renegades in the Women's Big Bash League
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