Mumbai Indians Women seem to be living upto the hype and legacy created by Mumbai Indians in IPL. BCCI has finally decided to inaugurate Women’s Premiere League, WPL in 2023. They have conducted auction and major stars from Women’s Cricket have come on board. Mumbai Indians Women team seem to have gelled together as a group. Royal Challengers Bangalore Women with stars are disappointing their fans. Mumbai Indians Women have been performing like a group under Harmanpreet Kaur captaincy.
She has been in great form too, in the tournament. Harmanpreet Kaur, the regular Indian Women’s team captain has decided to bring her expertise to the forefront. Mumbai Indians Women has been flourishing under her captaincy and her batting form has been helping them win in tough situations. They are the only team to have not lose one match even in the tournament, till date. Mumbai Indians Women have thrashed Delhi Capitals Women, who are performing well as second best team in WPL 2023 under Meg Lanning leadership.
Harmanpreet Kaur has help Mumbai Indians Women win against UP Warriorz Women in a tough chase and scored heavily in the first match. Nat Sciver-Brunt, Hayley Matthews, Amelia Kerr, Saika Ishaque have been the most consistent and top performers in the first half of tournament. On the other hand, individual brilliance of Ellyse Perry has been the only talking point for Royal Challengers Bangalore Women. Smriti Mandhana has been pathetic as a batter and captain too. Mumbai Indians Women look solid to lift the inaugural cup of WPL 2023. If Delhi Capitals Women come to the final, Meg Lanning can change the fortunes with her brilliant captaincy.
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