Women’s Big Bash League 2017-18 Live Telecast & TV Channels List

The 3rd season of the Women’s Big Bash League is near to its inauguration. After its two successful season’s this season will be even more exciting to watch. Total 8 Australian Professional cricket teams are taking part in the tournament this season. The teams are Adelaide Strikers Women, Brisbane Heat Women, Hobart Hurricanes Women, Melbourne Renegades Women, Melbourne Stars Women, Perth Scorchers Women, Sydney Sixers Women, Sydney Thunder Women. Schedule of the entire tournament is out but the Squad of the teams is yet to come. Below is the complete Women’s Big Bash League 2017-18 Live Telecast along with the TV Channels List.

Women's Big Bash League 2017-18 Live Telecast

The tournament will kick start from 9th of December and it will continue till its final match on 4th February 2018. Live Telecast of all the matches will be available here. In both the previous seasons nearly most of the teams performed well. But performance from some of the teams like Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunder was exceptional. As both of them are holding tournament title and both the teams have been in the final of the two seasons. So it’s obvious that the competition is tough for all the teams. Let’s now move on to Women’s Big Bash League 2017-18 Live Telecast along with the Broadcasters.

Women’s Big Bash League 2017-18 Live Telecast

The first match of the tournament is between Melbourne Renegades Women vs Sydney Thunder Women. So fans of the teams or tournament can catch the live matches on both Television and Online. Also here is the complete Schedule.

Fans from India can catch the live action of the matches on StarSports Channel, Also, live streaming will be available on the Star Network Streaming website Hotstar.

In Australia, broadcasting rights of the league matches are with Australian free-to-air network One. Also, Ten network also has rights to telecast some of the matches on their Channels. So both of them will be responsible for telecasting tournament matches live across Australia.

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