Women’s Premier League 2023, Delhi Capitals Women vs Mumbai Indians Women, Final: Stats at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

The final of WPL 2023 will take place between Delhi Capitals Women vs Mumbai Indians Women at the Brabourne Stadium in Navi Mumbai on March 26.

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By Shurti Banerjee | Mar 25, 2023 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The final of WPL 2023 will take place between Delhi Capitals Women vs Mumbai Indians Women at the Brabourne Stadium in Navi Mumbai on March 26. Delhi Capitals are table-toppers and reached the final after they won by 5 wickets over UP Warriorz. On the other hand, Mumbai Indians beat UP Warriorz in the Eliminator and reach the final after having a great start. Delhi Capitals Women, on the other hand, beat UP Warriorz 5 wickets. Meg Lanning top-scored with 39 and helped her side chase the modest total and reached the final as well.

Mumbai Indians Women managed to post a huge total of 182 in their allotted 20 overs. Nat Sciver-Brunt smashed a quickfire 72 and helped her side. While chasing, UP Warriorz could only score 110 runs where Kiran Navgire top-scored with 43. Issy Wong registered 4 for 15, including a hat trick and sealed the deal for Mumbai Indians.

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Meg Lanning said after the win: “Just wanted the team to win and help the unit. I don’t think we were at our best. We were sloppy on the field. Was a reasinable wicket. We got off to a flier and helped us when it started to turn. It seemed it came nicely with the new ball. They bowled a fair bit of spin towards the back end. We got some depth in batting. We have one big game to go. Hopefully, we will nail that. We will rest for a couple of days before the big game.”

Harmanpreet Kaur said after the win: “We have a decent bowling wicket, we know anyone can come and take wickets. Wongy is always excited to bowl, today she was always there and very happy. She is someone who can take us through any game [on Nat Sciver-Brunt]. We have young girls doing well on the field, we have always spoken about getting some run-outs and that was a crucial point in the game. They have a very positive energy and are happy to have them. They are a very good side and we just want to enjoy the final.”

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EndsPavilion End, Church Gate End
LocationMumbai, India
Time ZoneUTC +05:30
Home toMumbai


Total matches11
Matches won batting first5
Matches won bowling first6
Average 1st Inns scores165
Average 2nd Inns scores150
Highest total recorded209/4 (20 Ov) by AUSW vs ENGW
Lowest total recorded96/10 (17.4 Ov) by ENGW vs AUSW
Highest score chased199/3 (18.4 Ov) by ENGW vs INDW
Lowest score defended172/8 (20 Ov) by AUSW vs INDW

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