The Women’s Premier League has come to an end. In the first season of the tournament, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals reached the final. The match for the league title will be played on Sunday, March 26. The story of IPL 2008 is repeated in the first season of Women’s IPL. The final match of the first IPL season (2008) was played between Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals. In this match, the Australian captain’s challenge was in front of the Indian captain. Now the same will happen in the Women’s Premier League.
In IPL 2008, Mahendra Singh Dhoni was in charge of Chennai Super Kings. At the same time, former Australian player Shane Warne was the captain of the Rajasthan Royals. Harmanpreet Kaur is leading the Mumbai Indians who reached the Women’s Premier League final and Australian player Meg Lanning is captaining the Delhi Capitals. Currently, Harmanpreet Kaur is the captain of the Indian women’s team and Main Laning is the captain of the Australian women’s team. In such a situation, the Australian captain’s challenge is facing the Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur in the final match.
So far in WPL, there has been some excellent captaincy from Harmanpreet Kaur and Main Laning. Both teams won 6-6 out of 8 games in the league phase. But due to the good net runrate, Delhi Capitals stayed at number one and the team qualified for the direct final. On the other hand, Mumbai Indians had to play a knockout match against UP Warriors. In the Eliminator match, Mumbai reached the final by recording a resounding 72-run victory. Now it’s time to see who will win the title match. Both teams are in competition, in such a situation the match for the title will be very interesting.