Top 3 Matches So Far In The Women’s Premier League
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The Women’s Premier League commenced with a bang on Saturday, March 4th at the D.Y Patil Sports Academy in Navi Mumbai.
The Women’s Premier League commenced on 4th March and is halfway over with 12 matches having been played across Mumbai. Mumbai Indians are currently on top of the table with 4 wins in 4 matches. Till now, we have witnessed some exciting competitions in the tournament.
It comes as no surprise that the WPL has been immensely successful so far. So, without further delay, let’s take a look at the top 3 most entertaining WPL matches that took place so far
WPL 2023: Top 3 Matches
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3. Royal Challengers Bangalore vs UP Warriorz
Royal Challengers had won the toss and elected to bat first against UP Warriorz at the Brabourne Stadium. Batting first, RCB managed to put up a menial 139 for UP Warriorz to chase, getting all out in 19.3 overs. UP Warriorz accomplished their task with utmost ease in just 13 overs without any loss of wickets. The Warriorz won the match by 10 wickets with Alyssa Healy bagging the Player of the Match Award for smashing 96 runs in just 47 balls.
Also read : WPL: Fifties from Healy, McGrath power UP Warriorz to 159/6 against Mumbai Indians
2. Gujarat Giants vs Delhi Capitals
Another instance of a 10-wicket victory came in a match between Gujarat Giants and Delhi Capitals at the DY Patil Sports Academy in Navi Mumbai. Gujarat Giants had won the toss and opted to bat first, setting up a weak target of 106 for Delhi Capitals to chase. It only took 7.1 overs without the loss of any wickets for the Capitals to hand Gujarat Giants a thumping 10-wicket loss.
1. Mumbai Indians vs Gujarat Giants
The opening match of the inaugural edition of the WPL was undoubtedly the most entertaining match of the competition so far. Gujarat Giants had won the toss and had decided to bowl first, but that decision did not work in their favour as Harmanpreet Kaur and co smashed 207 runs in 20 overs. The Giants were bowled out for a menial 64 after 20 overs, with the Mumbai Indians clinching a massive 143-runs victory in the WPL opener.