Australia and England will battle it out for the pride of their nation in the multi-format, points-based series, with fans able to secure their tickets to matches for just $10 for adults and $5 for concessions*, while kids can get in for free^. On sale times and details on how to buy tickets are available at www.cricket.com.au/tickets.

The series, which will see some of the world’s most talented players go head-to-head, is set to begin at Brisbane’s Allan Border Field on 22 October with a one-day international match, followed by two ODIs at Coffs International Stadium in Coffs Harbour on 26 and 29 October. An historic first day-night Test will be played at North Sydney Oval from 9-12 November, followed by a T20 International clash at the same venue on 17 November. The series will come to its conclusion at Manuka Oval in Canberra, with two T20 Internationals on 19 and 21 November.

"We hope the series is alive and on a knife's edge for the final two matches at Manuka where the Ashes is likely to be decided" Cricket ACT CEO Cameron French said.

"The Canberra public have long been great supporters of women's sport and indeed cricket in the ACT and we hold high ambitions to fill up Manuka Oval for these two matches" French concluded. 

Each match of the Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes Series will also support a nominated charity or the local cricket community, with two dollars from each adult and concession ticket being donated. In Canberra donations will go to long time supporter of women's cricket the Lord’s Taverners ACT.

Fans around the country will also be able to follow all the action of the Women’s Ashes via a range of broadcast options. The Nine Network will be showing all ODI and T20 matches, while ABC Radio will also be providing coverage and commentary of the series. In addition to this, all matches in the series will be livestreamed on Cricket Australia’s CA Live platform.

*At match price. $2.95 per transaction ticket agency fee applies to purchases elsewhere.

^ Kids 15 years and under at date of match. Kids will still need a valid match ticket. Book free kids’ tickets with yours.