Seven’s 2018/2019 WBBL coverage starts this weekend

• Seven will broadcast more women’s cricket than ever on free-to-air this summer

Seven’s WBBL coverage starts this Saturday December 1 live from the Junction Oval with a big weekend festival of cricket.

All eight teams will take to the field over two action-packed days of cricket to launch the WBBL 4 season.

Seven will broadcast more women’s cricket than ever on free-to-air this summer including 23 WBBL matches.

Reigning champions the Sydney Sixers appear the team to beat as Alyssa Healy aims to continue her stunning form from the World T20, while Perth welcome Meg Lanning for her long-awaited Scorchers debut.

Fresh from their triumph at the ICC World T20, the Aussie stars will take to the field for their WBBL teams.

Abbey Gelmi, Andy Maher and Jason Richardson host Seven’s WBBL coverage throughout the summer with expert commentary from Lisa Sthalekar, Julia Price and Dirk Nannes.

Fans of the cricket will be able to keep up to date with all of the action by following @7Cricket on social.

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