Match Preview: MI-W vs. RCB-W, Game 4 of the WPL in 2023. Match four of the WPL 2023 will take place on Monday, January 6, at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai and will match up MI-W and RCB-W. Indian super talents Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur compete in this match. The game will start at 7.30 IST. Although Mumbai women won their first game, RCB women lost their first game. Batting totals of 20 or more have been recorded twice in a row because to the quality Brabourne surface.
Mandhana, who cost RCB 3.4 crores, was the most expensive player in the WPL auction. Mumbai acquired Harmanpreet for Rs. 1.8 crores. After losing their first game, RCB will be under pressure to win this one. It
The Women’s Premier League Auction 2023 had participation from 409 female athletes in total (WPL auction 2023). Earlier, 1525 people registered for the auction. Of of the total 409 participants, 246 were Indian and 163 were foreign players. There were 8 athletes from the member nations. 202 players with caps and 207 players without caps were available in the WPL auction 2023.WPL 2023 competition runs from March 4 to 26. The Elimination will be held at DY Patil Stadium on March 24.
The first game of the event will start at 3:30 PM, and the last game will start at 7:30 PM. In each venue, 11 games will be played.The round-robin stage of the competition will feature two meetings between each of the five teams. The team that finishes the league stage with the most points moves directly to the title game. The Eliminator will include the teams who finished second and third. The winner of the Elimination will get the opportunity to play as the second finalist in the WPL title game in 2023. Thus, there will be a total of 8 league games.
In their debut game, Gujarat Giants were defeated by MI-W thanks to the captain’s innings from Harmanpreet Kaur. She opened the scoring for her team by hitting up to 14 fours while scoring 65 off 30 balls. At that time, Mumbai’s bowlers effectively bowled out the opposition. Because of Kaur, their captain, they feel certain heading into their next game and have the upper hand over their competitors.
For 1.80 crores, the Mumbai Indians acquired Harmanpreet. Their most expensive player, English cricketer Nat Sciver, cost 3.20 crores. The brand also purchased Yastika Bhatia for 1.5 crores and Pooja Vastrakar for 1.9 crores in addition to her.
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