Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, 4th Match – Prediction: Women’s Premier League 2023

Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women

Match:- Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, 4th Match, Women’s Premier League 2023

Venue:-Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

Day&date:- Monday, March 6, 2023

Time:- 7:30 Pm

Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, 4th Match Preview

Just a boundary-line save or a simple wave from Smriti Mandhana to signal a field change was enough for the activities-building crowd at Brabourne Stadium to renew the chorus of R-C-B, R-C-B during their 162-run stand even as Delhi Capitals’ openers were busy dismembering RCB’s bowling – international mega stars and uncapped talent alike. RCB, located in the center of Mumbai, had the crowd’s unwavering support even on a Sunday evening, in contrast to the WPL tournament opener at DY Patil the previous night, where the one-sidedness of the match had spectators thinning out slowly with the fall of every wicket in the chase.

On Monday (March 6), Brabourne will have to decide who they want to support, which will put this Mandhana bias and, by extension, the loyalty with RCB, to the test. Mandhana’s RCB will take on the host team, the Mumbai Indians, led by Harmanpreet Kaur.

While all of their bowlers had a bad day, RCB’s spin bowling team’s inexperience was immediately apparent as left-arm spinner Preeti Bose and uncapped leggie Asha Shobhana combined to lose 64 runs in their six overs. Mandhana used Heather Knight, a part-time offspinner, who conceded 40 runs in three overs despite dismissing Meg Lanning and Shafali Verma in the same over.

In the astounding 224-run chase, RCB did not simply give up with the bat after their bowling was destroyed. Except for Sophie Devine and Mandhana, everyone on their overseas roster for the day made at least 30 to go down fighting.

On the other hand, Harmanpreet’s Mumbai crushed the struggling Gujarat Giants by 143 runs. Despite being put together only a week ago, MI, which was loaded with all-rounders of every sort, operated like a well-oiled machine under the direction of India’s most successful T20I skipper. Though the competition is just three games old, their overall performance has already cemented them as early favorites.

Two of the most popular teams in the men’s IPL are Mumbai and Bangalore, who have long been rivals. At the auction table itself last month, a new intriguing chapter in that rivalry was added. The on-field combat is about to start.

Mumbai Indians Women Preview:

Harmanpreet Kaur struck 65 off 30 balls to open the WPL, becoming the first player to reach fifty in a season. Mumbai Indians’ all-around performance in the DY Patil Stadium was fantastic.

Three foreign hitters from MI’s top 5 lineups are also the captain of the Indian Women’s Cricket squad. Yastika Bhatia and Hayley Matthews start the batting, with all-rounder Nat-Sciver following at number 3.

Harmanpreet Kaur [PC: Mumbai Indians/ Twitter]
It is the best there is. Amelia Kerr and Pooja Vastrakar, two bowling all-rounders who bat late in the order, provide this lineup with more depth. The MI squad boasts a large number of all-rounders and skilled foreign players, allowing for a strong middle order.

These batters would cause havoc for any opposition on the Brabourne surface, but especially RCB, who are already in trouble. And as we have observed with MI’s men’s squad over the years, they identify the appropriate talent, which is underutilized but has the potential to be developed into the next big thing.

Amanjot Kaur, Dhara Gujjar, and Saika Ishaque are MI women’s signatures. Saika Ishaque, a 27-year-old left-arm orthodox, made a strong impact in her maiden game with stats of 4 for 11. The batters will need to put MI in a winning position in this game, and the circumstances are ideal.

Mumbai Indians Women Probable XI:

  1. Yastika Bhatia (wk),
  2. Hayley Matthews,
  3. Harmanpreet Kaur (C),
  4. Nat Sciver-Brunt,
  5. Amelia Kerr,
  6. Amanjot Kaur,
  7. Pooja Vastrakar,
  8. Humaira Kazi,
  9. Issy Wong,
  10. Jintimani Kalita,
  11. Saika Ishaque

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women Preview:

Smriti Mandhana will only be considering how much the result might have changed if she had chosen to bat first. Even if a victory couldn’t be guaranteed, RCB would have had the upper hand at the end of the first half.

A powerful and skilled top-order is created by Mandhana, Sophie Devine, and Elysse Perry in the first three positions. Despite the middle order’s collapse in their most recent game, the team still has dependable and seasoned international players.

Photo Credit: (Twitter/RCB)

The England team’s captain, batting all-rounder Heather Knight, and wicket-keeper batter Richa Ghosh are featured at positions 5 and 6 for the RCB Women.

This team has a lot of potential for partnerships, therefore RCB should support their hitters to make a comeback in this game. Kanika Ahuja, was out for a golden duck after being signed for 3.5 times her base price in the auction.

RCB assembled a star-studded roster, similar to their male counterpart, and will be hoping that their fate differs from that of the men’s team.

The pressure is going to make it difficult for RCB, and things will only become worse if they lose the toss and are forced to bowl first. With their experience, Megan Schutt and Elysse Perry ought to be able to be successful with the ball.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women Probable XI:

  1. Smriti Mandhana (C),
  2. Sophie Devine,
  3. Heather Knight,
  4. Disha Kasat,
  5. Ellyse Perry,
  6. Richa Ghosh (wk),
  7. Kanika Ahuja,
  8. Asha Shobana,
  9. Preeti Bose,
  10. Megan Schutt,
  11. Renuka Thakur

Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, Weather Conditions

Both teams have the perfect kind of batting lineups to take advantage of the pitch’s ideal batting conditions. With a high of 36 degrees Celsius, the weather would be partly cloudy.

Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, Pitch Report

On Monday, March 6th, the WPL match between MI and RCB will take place at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium. The team batting first easily passed the 200-run threshold for the loss of just two wickets in the most recent match, despite the fact that the average first-innings score at this venue in Women’s T20Is is 165 runs. Both MI and RCB have powerful batting lines with a lot of depth, thus if either team bats first, they should aim for 185 or higher to have a decent chance of winning.

Mumbai Indians Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women, Dream11 Prediction Today Match Captain and Vice-captain Choices:

Captain:  Amelia Kerr, Ellyse Perry

Vice-Captain: Natalie Sciver, Hayley Matthews

Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians Women, Dream11 Prediction For Today Match1

Keeper – Richa Ghosh

Batters – Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Heather Knight, Sophie Devine

All-rounders – Natalie Sciver (vc), Amalia Kerr (c), Ellyse Perry, Hayley Mathews

Bowlers – Saika Ishaque, Megan Schutt

Top Picks for Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians Women, Fantasy Cricket Tips: 

Natalie Sciver is a right-handed batter and right-arm medium pacer from Mumbai Indians Women. She smashed 23 runs and grabbed 2 wickets in the last game.

Amelia Kerr is a right-handed batter and right-arm leg-break bowler from Mumbai Indians Women. She hammered 43 runs and hunted 2 wickets in the last match.

Smriti Mandhana is a left-handed batter from Royal Challengers Bangalore Women. She smacked 35 runs in the last game.

Ellyse Perry is a right-handed batter and right-arm medium fast bowler from Royal Challengers Bangalore Women. She stacked 31 runs in the last match.

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Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians Women, Winning Prediction

With their impressive victory in the season opener, Mumbai Indians have made their intentions obvious to the other clubs. In order to avoid becoming a squad that is strong solely on paper, RCB will strive to perform well on the field. Another exciting match is possible, and the circumstances at Brabourne Stadium are favourable. Mumbai Indians will start as the favourites in this match because they have an advantage over RCB.

Our prediction is for Mumbai Indians to win This Match.

Gujarat Giants vs Mumbai Indians Women, Betting Tips

On Saturday, Hayley Matthews scored 47 runs off of just 31 balls, making her the Mumbai Indians’ most valuable run scorer against Royal Challengers Bangalore. We believe Saika Ishaque will be the highest wicket-taker for the Mumbai Indians in this game after she got 4-11 from 3.1 overs.

Our pick for Royal Challengers Bangalore’s top run scorer in this game is opener Smriti Mandhana, who on Saturday scored 35 runs off just 23 balls. Megan Schutt, who was previously in good form, is our pick to take the most wickets for Royal Challengers Bangalore versus Mumbai Indians despite the fact that she went without a wicket in the first game.

Against the Giants, Saika Ishaque averaged a wicket more frequently than every five balls. She has a good chance of taking more than 1.5 wickets in this match.

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