The 2023 Disability Premier League gets underway on Sunday 20 August, with the first of 12 group stage matches being played at Neston Cricket Club in Cheshire.
Subsequent group stage matches take place at Valley End CC, Chobham on Sunday 27 August, and at Loughborough University on Sunday 3 September. The top two teams will then contest the DPL Final at the Incora County Ground, Derby, on Wednesday 6 September.
Here’s how you can follow all the action.
Matches from the 2023 Disability Premier League will be live streamed on the ECB YouTube channel.
Highlights will be available the following day on ECB YouTube and on ecb.co.uk.
The DPL Final will be broadcast live on Sky Sports ahead of England Women’s match against Sri Lanka on 6 September.
If you can’t make it to the grounds to watch the matches in person, you can follow all the scores on the ECB website and England Cricket app.
Our brand new DPL match centre will update scores as live on the ECB Website, while fixtures, results and live scores will also be available on the England Cricket app.