Get the Live Cricket Score, Commentary, Scorecard and the Latest Updates from the MI vs DC WPL 2023 final at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. Meg Lanning, the captain of the Delhi Capitals, won the toss and chose to bat first against the Mumbai Indians in the Women’s Premier League championship game on Sunday. As MI chose to stick with their starting lineup, DC substituted Minnu Mani with Poonam Yadav. DC advanced directly to the championship game after dominating the league stage points standings, while MI advanced by defeating UP Warriorz in the semifinal match on Friday.
DC vs MI Live Score, WPL 2023 FINAL
Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians square off in the WPL 2023 championship game on Sunday at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium. Meg Lanning’s DC won the five-team table and earned a spot in the championship by finishing first. The team scored 12 points in eight games, including six victories and two losses. With 12 points in eight games, MI concluded the league phase in second place, with the only difference between the two organisations being net run rate. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led MI defeated the UP Warriorz by a score of 72 runs in Navi Mumbai’s Eliminator after coming in second place.
WPL 2023 FINAL PLAYING 11: MUMBAI INDIANS
Mumbai Indians have a balanced side with a good mix of experience and youth. Here’s the announced playing 11 for Mumbai Indians in the WPL 2023 Finals:
- Harmanpreet Kaur (c)
- Yastika Bhatia (wk)
- Natalie Sciver-Brunt
- Hayley Matthews
- Amelia Kerr
- Pooja Vastrakar
- Issy Wong
- Amanjot Kaur
- Humairaa Kaazi
- Jintimani Kalita
- Saika Ishaque
WPL 2023 FINAL PLAYING 11: DELHI CAPITALS
Delhi Capitals have a strong batting line-up with some excellent all-rounders. Here’s the announced playing 11 for Delhi Capitals in the WPL 2023 Finals:
- Marizanne Kapp
- Jess Jonassen
- Meg Lanning (c)
- Shikha Pandey
- Radha Yadav
- Jemimah Rodrigues
- Taniyaa Bhatia (wk)
- Arundhati Reddy
- Minnu Mani
- Shafali Verma
- Alice Capsey
DC vs MI WPL 2023 FINALs Announced Lineups
Mumbai Indians XI:Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Yastika Bhatia (w), Hayley Matthews, Nat Sciver-Brunt, Melie Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Issy Wong, Amanjot Kaur, Humaira Kazi, Jintimani Kalita, Saika Ishaque.
Delhi Capitals XI:Meg Lanning (c), Shafali Verma, Jemimah Rodrigues, Marizanne Kapp, Alice Capsey, Jess Jonassen, Arundhati Reddy, Taniya Bhatia (w), Radha Yadav, Shikha Pandey, Minnu Mani.
With the exception of their two consecutive losses, which also prevented them from qualifying directly, Harmanpreet Kaur and company had had a fantastic season. Delhi and Mumbai both had 12 points at the end of the league round, but Lanning and her teammates excelled thanks to a greater net run rate.
The top performance will cross the finish line and win the trophy, therefore previous results and standing won’t matter because there is only one game left.
After a slow start, Delhi Capitals progressively climbed the standings until they ultimately managed to pass Mumbai Indians at the top, largely because to the efforts of Lanning, the best batsman, and all-arounder Marizanne Kapp.
Picking the favourite would be useless, though, as both sides have shown various aspects of their tournament mettle at various points, including being brutal, clinical, dominant, and unsuccessful.
Delhi Capitals reciprocated the favour by defeating Mumbai Indians by nine wickets after the former established their dominance.
Mumbai Indians now own a three-game winning streak at the Brabourne Stadium, giving them the advantage over Delhi, who have two wins and a loss there.
Having just won the T20 World Cup in South Africa for a record-extending sixth time, Lanning would like to add the inaugural WPL trophy to her collection. The Australia captain, who led the WPL in scoring with 310 runs (an average of 51.66), including two half-centuries, cannot be eliminated by the Mumbai Indians.
Saika Ishaque, of Mumbai (15), might surpass Sophie Ecclestone, of UPW, as the WPL’s leading wicket-taker with two more dismissals (16). Mumbai Indians will be hoping for another strong outing with the ball with the likes of Isabelle Wong (13 wickets) and Amelia Kerr (12) in their ranks.
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