WPL Points Table: The first season of the Women’s Premier League is being played. At present, apart from Mumbai Indians captained by Harmanpreet Kaur, Delhi Capitals have qualified for the playoffs. Whereas for the third place, there is an interesting battle for UP Warriors, Gujarat Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Actually, if we look at the Women’s Premier League points table, UP Warriors, Gujarat Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore are the three contenders for the third place. Mumbai Indians is the first team to reach the playoffs. While Delhi Capitals also qualified for the playoffs after Gujarat Giants’ defeat against RCB on Saturday.
What is the format of the Women’s Premier League?
In the Women’s Premier League, all the teams will play against each other 2-2 times. Means, all the teams will play a total of 8 matches. The top team in the points table will directly qualify for the final. While the eliminator will be played between the second and third placed teams in the points table. The winner team of the Eliminator will reach the finals, where it will compete for the title with the top team in the points table. The final match of the Women’s Premier League will be played in Mumbai on March 26.
Who where in the points table at the moment?
The first match of the playoff will be the Eliminator. This match will be played between the second and third placed teams. At the same time, the top team in the points table will directly qualify for the final. While the team at number four and fifth will be eliminated, that is, they will be out of the tournament. At the moment, if we look at the points table, apart from Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals have qualified for the playoffs. While the team of UP Warriors is at number three with 6 points and is a strong contender to reach the playoffs. Although, RCB and Gujarat Giants have 4-4 points, but remain in the playoff race.
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