Women’s Premier League: Gujarat Giants to face Mumbai Indians in season opener on March 4
opening match of season between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians on March 4
Women’s Premier League: Gujarat Giants to face Mumbai Indians in season opener on March 4 – #Womens #Premier #League #Gujarat #Giants #face #Mumbai #Indians #season #opener #March Mumbai, Feb 14 The Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 will begin with a blockbuster clash between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians on March 4 at the DY Patil Stadium, the BCCI confirmed on Tuesday while announcing the schedule for the inaugural edition of the tournament. In its first season, the WPL will stage a total of 20 league matches and (2) Playoff games that will be played in a duration of 23 days. The league, which have five teams of Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Giants, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore and UP Warriorz, will have its first double-header day on March 5 when Royal Challengers Bangalore will square off against Delhi Capitals at the Brabourne Stadium, while UP Warriorz will play their first game of the league against Gujarat Giants at the DY Patil Stadium. There will be four double headers with the first match starting at 1530 hrs IST and all evening matches will start at 1930 hrs IST. A total of (11) matches each will be held at the DY Patil Stadium and Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai, the BCCI said in a media release. The final game of the league stage will be played between UP Warriorz and Delhi Capitals on March 21 at the Brabourne Stadium. The Eliminator will be played at the DY Patil Stadium on March 24. The Final of the Women’s Premier League 2023 will be played at the Brabourne Stadium on March 26. The schedule announcement comes a day after the conclusion of the WPL Player Auction in Mumbai. The five franchises splurged their purse to acquire some of the best talents in the international and domestic circuit for the inaugural edition of the league. In the player auction, India’s Smriti Mandhana was the top buy as she was sold for a record $3.+ million.
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Women’s Premier League season opener
The Women’s Premier League will be kickstarting their new season on the 4th of March with a thrilling match between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians. This is the first season of the Women’s Premier League which has been created to provide a platform for aspiring, talented female cricketers.
The Gujarat Giants squad
The Gujarat Giants are a strong team, featuring top international players from Australia, England, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and New Zealand. At the helm of the team is captain Vanessa Abbott, a former captain of the Australian women’s cricket team. Other key members of the team include Mandy Whitehead, the Australian leg-spinner, and Harujaanah Kipp, the Sri Lankan all-rounder.
The Mumbai Indians squad
The Mumbai Indians are a formidable team led by captain Suneeta Sathyakam. The team includes players from India and South Africa, such as Smriti Mandhana and Danielle D’Souza, as well as international players such as Ayesha Khan from Pakistan and Alexandra Hartman from the West Indies.
Frequently Asked Questions
- When will the Women’s Premier League start?
The Women’s Premier League will start on the 4th of March.
- Who will play in the season opener?
The season opener features Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians.
- Who are the captains of the teams?
The captain of Gujarat Giants is Vanessa Abbott, while the captain of Mumbai Indians is Suneeta Sathyakam.
The Women’s Premier League promises to be an exciting event. The season opener promises to be a thrilling match between two strong teams. With emerging stars from around the world, the Women’s Premier League is set to provide a platform for female cricketers to showcase their talents.
The Women’s Premier League will kick off their first ever season on the 4th of March, with the opener being a match between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians. The teams are captained by Vanessa Abbott and Suneeta Sathyakam respectively, with international stars from around the world set to showcase their talents. The Women’s Premier League provides a platform for female cricketers to continue their development.