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Australian Women's Big Bash League

24 Jan 2019 by Rob Esteva
2018 Women's Big Bash League Final – Sydney Sixers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Preview & Prediction

If the WBBL04 final is anything as exciting as the two semi-finals, fans are in for a treat as the Sixers face off with the Heat. History is on the Sydney outfit’s side as they have won two editions and were runners-up in the other so there is little doubting their calibre.

18 Dec 2018 by Adam Evans
2018 Women's Big Bash League – Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Stars Women Preview & Prediction

The last time these sides met in WBBL03, Brisbane Heat Women won by five wickets at The Gabba and lost in Melbourne to the Stars by six. After a shaky start, the Melbourne Stars are a different outfit this season, and the return of veteran captain Kristen Beams to the side will only embellish this.

14 Dec 2018 by Ben Morse
2018 Women's Big Bash League – Melbourne Renegades vs Brisbane Heat Preview & Prediction

The Heat would have been hoping to have had a better start to the season but with all the quality they have in their squad, there is every chance they can turn it around against the Renegades.

14 Dec 2018 by Ben Morse
2018-19 Women's Big Bash League – Hobart Hurricanes vs Sydney Sixers Preview & Prediction

In this year’s Women’s Big Bash League, everybody is trying even harder than normal to beat the Sydney Sixers who have set a marker down once again with some impressive performances so far.

13 Dec 2018 by Ben Morse
2018-19 Women's Big Bash League – Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers Preview & Prediction

The last time Melbourne Stars and Perth Scorchers faced off, the Melbourne team edged to a 12-run victory over their Perth counterparts, despite Elyse Villani’s inspired 72 off 44 balls.

07 Dec 2018 by Ben Morse
2018-19 Women's Big Bash League – Sydney Sixers vs Sydney Thunder Preview & Prediction

The two Sydney clubs will face off under the lights in a blockbuster match-up for what promises to be a fantastic match. It will be the first time the Thunder have played under the lights since their season opener in the Women’s Big Bash League in 2016.