Womens Premier League 2023: In the first season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL), 4 matches have been played so far, in which the dominance of the Mumbai Indians women’s team is clearly visible on the points table. . Under the captaincy of Harmanpreet Kaur, the team has won unilaterally in the two matches played so far. In their first match, where Mumbai Indians women team defeated Gujarat Giants by 143 runs, in the second match they defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore women team by 9 wickets.
Delhi Capitals team has 2 points in which their net runrate is 3.0 while UP Warriors team has net runrate of 0.374. Both the teams have to play against each other on March 7 itself.
Royal Challengers Bangalore and Gujarat Giants in bad shape
In the fourth place in the points table is the Royal Challengers Bangalore women’s team, who have faced a one-sided defeat in the 2 matches played so far under the captaincy of Smriti Mandhana. Where the RCB women’s team had to face defeat against Delhi Capitals Women by 60 runs in their first match, they were defeated by 9 wickets against Mumbai Indians in the second match. The net runrate of the team is also -3.176.
The team of Gujarat Giants is currently at the last position on the points table. While the team had to face a humiliating defeat in the first match, in the second match, despite reaching a winning position at one stage, they had to face a close defeat by 3 wickets against UP. Gujarat Giants currently has a net run rate of -3.765.
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