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Women's summer cricket schedule, WBBL Guide

After a huge 2022-23 season and a massive win at the 2023 T20I World Cup, Australia’s beloved side are set to do it all again.

With the footy season now complete, the Women’s summer cricket schedule for the 2023-34 season becomes a major focus.

Cricket Australia’s full summer schedule kicks off on October 1, 2023 and runs through to mid-February. That means there’s more cricket than you can poke a willow at; a stack of opportunities to see the number one women’s cricket team in the world in our own backyard.

The schedule for the men’s season has also been announced, and you can read all about it through the link.

Men's summer cricket schedule 2023-24 | Women's summer cricket schedule
Along with the Women’s summer cricket schedule, the Men’s was also released.

How to secure tickets for Australia’s women’s summer cricket schedule

Cricket Australia has information to help fans secure tickets – click here to find out more. And honestly, if last season’s results are anything to go by, you won’t want to miss these games.

Australia’s women’s summer Test schedule

T20I Series vs West Indies | Women’s summer cricket schedule

Australia v West Indies | October 1, North Sydney Oval, Sydney

Australia v West Indies | October 2, North Sydney Oval | Night game

Australia v West Indies | October 5 | Allan Border Field, Brisbane | Night game

As you’d expect, after so much recent success, Australia is the number one ranked T20 nation in the world right now.

The West Indies are ranked sixth in the 20-over format.

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Meg Lanning | Women’s Summer Cricket schedule

ODI Series vs West Indies | Women’s summer cricket schedule

Australia v West Indies | October 8, Allan Border Field, Brisbane

Australia v West Indies | October 12, Junction Oval, Melbourne

Australia v West Indies | October 15, Junction Oval, Melbourne

As for the ODIs, Australia also holds down top spot in the ICC rankings.

Like in the T20s, the West Indies are sixth on the list.

The Men's and Women's summer cricket schedules, Women's summer cricket schedule
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T20I Series vs South Africa | Women’s summer cricket schedule

Australia v South Africa, T20i | January 27 | Manuka Oval, Canberra

Australia v South Africa, T20i | January 28, Manuka Oval, Canberra

Australia v South Africa, T20i | January 30, 2024, Blundstone Arena, Hobart (night)

South Africa’s ranked fifth in the T20i rankings currently.

ODI Series vs South Africa | Women’s summer cricket schedule

February 3 | Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

February 7 | North Sydney Oval, Sydney

February 10| North Sydney Oval, Sydney

In Women’s One Day Internationals rankings, it goes Australia, England and then it’s South Africa in third.

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Check our our WBBL 09 Guide | Women’s Summer Cricket schedule

Test match vs South Africa | Women’s summer cricket schedule

Australia v South Africa, Test cricket | February 15-18 | The WACA, Perth

Fans are crying out for more Tests in women’s cricket and that aspect of the women’s summer cricket schedule will come eventually. Thankfully, we’re not completely starved of the format this upcoming summer.

The fixture taking place in Perth should not only mean plenty of runs, on the hard and bouncy WA wicket, but also it’s prime time on the East coast. The afternoon session will run through prime time right across the Eastern sea board, which we’ll absolutely embrace.

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