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Update WBBL|06 moved entirely to Sydney

Keeping in mind the challenges posted by fast-developing COVID-19 pandemic situation in the country, Cricket Australia have moved the sixth edition of the Women's Big Bash League entirely to its Sydney hub.

This means all eight teams and 59 games will now be based out of Sydney, starting October 25 as planned originally for now.

Sydney had already been earmarked as a three-week long hub during the upcoming competition, but the border restrictions in Australia amidst a second wave of COVID-19 has forced this move to host the competition entirely in one city only.

CA said it's working in partnership with the New South Wales government to ensure that the competition proceeds with safety protocols that align with government directives. "We want to thank the New South Wales Government for their willingness to work together to deliver the WBBL|06 competition in Sydney," said Alistair Dobson, Cricket Australia's Head of Big Bash Leagues.

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