WPL 2023: The Women’s Premier League is now in its final stages. The final match of the league will be played between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals on Sunday i.e. March 26. The match will take place at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. Both teams are working hard for the final match. To reach the final, the Delhi Capitals team finished at number 1 on the points table. At the same time, the Mumbai Indians team has come this far by defeating UP Warriors in the Eliminator match. Both teams would like to win the first Women’s Premier League final.
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In the final match, the Mumbai Indians team would like their captain, Harmanpreet Kaur, to return from her poor form. Harmanpreet Kaur had scored three half centuries at the start of the tournament, but he couldn’t keep up with his form. He scored just 14 runs in the Eliminator against the UP Warriors. Harmanpreet will have to play a good innings if Mumbai is to post a big score in the final. Harmanpreet Kaur’s shape is boosting the fortunes of Mumbai Indians.
Australian veteran and Delhi captain Meg Lanning will try to make the most of the Mumbai captain’s poor form. Delhi Capitals gradually gained momentum and knocked Mumbai off the top of the points table. Lanning and South African all-rounder Marijan Kapp have done brilliantly batting for him so far. Despite this, neither of these two teams can be considered as a strong contender for victory in the final. Given the performance of both teams, the title game is likely to be an exciting one.
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Delhi and Mumbai had recorded big wins against each other in the league stage. Both teams had scored the same 12 points in the league stage, but the Delhi team topped the points table on the basis of better run rate. The final match between the two teams will be played at the Brabourne Stadium in which Mumbai have won all three of their matches so far. Delhi won two matches at this ground while they had to face defeat in one match.
Both teams for the WPL 2023
Delhi Capitals: Meg Lanning (c), Jemimah Rodrigues, Shafali Verma, Alice Capsey, Radha Yadav, Shikha Pandey, Marijan Kapp, Titus Sadhu, Laura Harris, Tara Norris, Jasia Akhtar, Minnu Mani, Tanya Bhatia (week), Poonam Yadav, Jess Jonassen , Sneha Deepti, Arundhati Reddy, Aparna Mandal.
Bombay Indians: Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Nate Sciver-Brunt, Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Yastika Bhatia (week), Heather Graham, Isabel Wong, Amanjot Kaur, Dhara Gujjar, Saika Ishaq, Hayley Mathews, Chloe Tryon, Humaira Kazi, Komal Janjad, Priyanka Bala, Sonam Yadav, Neelam Bisht, Jintamani Kalita.
(Entries by PTI)