The Mumbai Indians will wear a brand-new outfit for their upcoming Women’s Premier League match. The Mumbai-based team kept blue as the primary colour of the jersey, but added a hint of orange to the sides to set it out from the gear worn by the men’s squad.
The opening match of the Women’s Premier League 2023 will take place the following Saturday and feature the Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians. A portion of MI’s players gathered in Mumbai for training before to their first game.
In front of the team owners, the MI outfit for the next contest was unveiled. Upon the release of a picture of the new kit, the business tweeted the following:
“Here’s to the sun, sea, and blue and gold of Mumbai. Indians of Mumbai tweeted, “Here’s to our very first #WPL jersey and everything that she has to give.
The BCCI has added three more organisations to its roster of sponsors, days after announcing the Tata Group as the event’s main sponsor. Tata is now a partner in the Women’s Premier League, joining previous IPL sponsors Dream11 and CEAT. Amul, a well-known dairy corporation, has garnered increased attention as BCCI amasses huge sums of money in preparation of the first Women’s IPL season.
Harmanpreet Kaur, Nat Sciver-Brunt, Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Yastika Bhatia, Amanjot Kaur, Hayley Matthews, Heather Graham, and Chloe Tryon were among the athletes who received signatures from MI’s team owners at the player auction.
Despite some supporters’ criticisms that their bowling is poor, the Mumbai Indians’ WPL team for 2023 is fantastic overall. The franchise would be concerned about Pooja Vastrakar’s availability as well. She was just disqualified from the Women’s T20 World Cup 2023 semifinal due to an upper respiratory ailment, but MI still signed her for 1.9 crores in the WPL Auction 2023.
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