Cricket Australia on Friday announced the revised dates for the sixth edition of Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) which will be played entirely from October 25 in a Sydney hub after COVID-19 bio-and travel restrictions forced a change to the schedule. The sixth edition of the WBBL will remain at a full 59 matches. The tournament will begin one week later than the October 17 start date included in the original fixture released in July \u2013 a schedule that came with the caveat that matches may be moved or postponed due to the ongoing uncertainty created by the pandemic. That schedule already included a three-week Sydney hub \u2013 featuring matches at North Sydney Oval, Hurstville Oval and Blacktown International Sports Park \u2013 to enable maximum flexibility in an ever-shifting COVID world. That original fixture had also included a weekend of matches in each of the six other state capitals, however ongoing border restrictions forced the move to a single-location hub. Cricket Australia\u2019s Head of Big Bash Leagues Alistair Dobson thanked the NSW Government for its support in allowing the season to progress in line with Government regulations, with the safety of players, staff, officials and the public at the forefront. \u201cWe are incredibly proud to deliver a full season of rebel WBBL|06 and would like to thank our partners States & Territories Associations, the Australian Cricketers\u2019 Association as well as\u2013 in particular Cricket NSW \u2013 for rallying together at this challenging time to deliver a safe and successful tournament,\u201d Dobson said. \u201cWe can achieve great things together and the spirit of cooperation has been truly uplifting,\u201d he added. \u201cThanks must also go to our broadcasters, partners, players and staff for their outstanding support as we navigate what has been a challenging period,\u201d he said. In good news for fans, 26 games will be televised on the Seven Network and Fox Cricket, more than any previous season, and the remaining 33 games will be live-streamed on the CA Live app and Cricket Australia website (cricket.com.au). All matches will also be broadcast on Kayo Sports.