Women’s Ashes 2023 Schedule, Fixtures, Team Squads & Live Streaming Partners

Like the Ashes Men’s Series, Women’s Ashes also has a rich history, and the first-ever women’s test series between England & Australia was played back in 1934-35 and was won by England but the series was called the “Women’s Ashes” until 1998 when the Women’s Ashes trophy was formally introduced which was later updated in 2013. Since 2013, both ECB & ACB mutually agreed on formulating the Women’s Ashes into multi-format series which contains 1 or 2 Test Matches, ODIs & T20Is with a point system in place. As of 2015, the Team who wins the Test in Women’s Ashes earns 4 points & 2 points are awarded for every win in the limited format. The last Women’s Ashes series which was held in 2021-22 was won by Australia quite comprehensively by 12 Points so England Women’s Team has to bring their A-game to compete against a quality-looking team. 

Women’s Ashes 2023 Schedule & Fixtures

The Women’s Ashes have a different vibe than the Men’s Ashes series which contains only test matches while the Women’s Ashes 2023 series is comprised of 1 Test, 3 T20Is & 3 ODIs. It is interesting stats to see England Women’s team has not been able to win the Ashes since 2013-14 which shows how consistent the Australian Women’s team has been over the years and it will be a great challenge for the English team to turn the tables around. 

The complete Women’s Ashes 2023 Schedule with date, time & venue details are as follows.

Date and TimeMatch Details
Thu, Jun 22 – Mon, Jun 26
10:00 AM GMT | 11:00 AM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
Only Test
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Fri, Jul 01
06:00 PM GMT / 07:00 PM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
1st T20I
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Wed, Jul 05
08:10 AM GMT | 07:10 PM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
2nd T20I
Kennington Oval, London
Sat, Jul 08
06:00 PM GMT / 07:00 PM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
3rd T20I
Lord’s, London
Wed, Jul 12
01:00 PM GMT | 02:00 PM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
1st ODI
County Ground, Bristol
Sun, Jul 16
10:00 AM GMT | 11:00 AM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
2nd ODI
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
Tue, Jul 18
01:00 PM GMT | 02:00 PM LOCAL
Australia Women vs England Women,
3rd ODI
The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

Women’s Ashes Stats Since 2013

Ever since Women’s Ashes has been re-branded into multi-format series it is Australian Women’s team who has had the upper hand against England Women’s as AUS-W won 3 Women’s Ashes titles while ENG-W won only two. 

Below are the overall stats since 2013. 

SeasonHostTest ResultODIsT20IsSeries Winner
2013EnglandDrawnEng 2–1 AusEng 3–0 AusEngland
2013-14AustraliaENG WonAus 2–1 EngAus 2–1 EngEngland
2015EnglandAUS WonEng 1–2 AusEng 2–1 AusAustralia
2017-18AustraliaDrawnAus 2–1 EngAus 1–2 EngDrawn
2019EnglandDrawnEng 0–3 AusEng 1–2 AusAustralia
2021-22AustraliaDrawnAus 3–0 EngAus 1–0 EngAustralia

Team Squads For the Women’s Ashes 2023

The Women’s selection committee of Cricket Australia has finally announced their strong-looking experienced squad for the Women’s Ashes 2023 who will feature in Test, ODI & T20Is.  It will be a great opportunity for the 19-year-old rising star Phoebe Litchfield to play this highly competitive and watched series all around the world. 

Australian Women’s Team:

Meg Lanning (C), Darcie Brown, Ashleigh Gardner, Kim Garth, Grace Harris, Alyssa Healy, Jess Jonassen, Alana King, Phoebe Litchfield, Tahlia McGrath, Beth Mooney, Ellyse Perry, Megan Schutt, Annabel Sutherland, Georgia Wareham.

England Women’s Team:

Being the host of Women’s Ashes 2023, ECB has the luxury to announce its squad a week before the series kicks off. We will update the official England Women’s team squad for Women’s Ashes 2023 as soon as the official announcement takes place. 

Women’s Ashes 2023 TV Channels & Live Streaming Partners

It is exciting to see that ECB & ACB both have made sure to rope in the same top global broadcasters who will be covering The Ashes 2023 series all around the globe for Women’s Ashes 2023 as well. Women’s Cricket has seen tremendous growth over the years and there has been a huge interest in viewership and crowds also come in huge numbers whenever Women’s games are being played in Australia or England. 

Below are the official Women’s Ashes 2023 TV Channels & live-streaming partners. 

CountryStreaming TV Channels
United KingdomBT Sports, Sky Sports
AustraliaChannel 7, Foxtel, Kayo, Fox Sports
United StatesWillow TV
MENA CountriesOSN Cricket HD, beIN Sports
South AfricaSuperSport
BangladeshT-Sport, Gazi TV, BTV
New ZealandSky Sports NZ
CaribbeanFlow Sports, SportsMax, ESPN+

Cricket fans in the UK will be able to enjoy Women’s Ashes 2023 live coverage on Main Sky Sports Channel as well as on Sky Sports Cricket with all the live pre and post-match analysis from expert commentators list. If you already got a Sky TV subscription then you can add the sports bundle to your package for only £24 which provides you access to both Men’s & Women’s Ashes series. 

Channel 7 is going to offer Free Women’s Ashes live streaming on the 7Plus application from which you can also enjoy match highlights, wickets fall compilations & much more. It is only available for cricket fans living in Australia so if you are outside Australia may be your best bet is to get access to some VPN with Australian IP. 

SonyLIV has the official broadcasting rights for the Women’s Ashes 2023 series as well and it is highly affordable and provides you with a long range of Entertaining content available on the platform. You can get SonyLIV yearly subscription for only 999 Indian rupees. 

Who Will Win Women’s Ashes 2023?

The majority of the expert bookmakers have favored the Australian Women’s team to win another Women’s Ashes title as they got the squad available which is highly experienced and just coming into this series after winning another Women’s Cricket World Cup. If England is to win this series they will need their senior experienced players to play a major role in snitching away the beautiful Women’s Ashes trophy from Australia. 

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