Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, 15th Match – Prediction: Women’s Premier League 2023
Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, Women
Match:- Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, 15th Match Women’s Premier League 2023
Venue:-Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Navi Mumbai
Day&date:-Saturday, Mar 18,
Time:- 03:30 PM LOCAL
Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, 15th Match Preview
With victories in all five league games, Mumbai Indians hold the first spot in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 points standings. The group has ten points.
Nat Sciver-Brunt leads the Mumbai Indians in scoring with 182 runs at a 142 strike rate. She has hit 29 fours and 3 sixes. Harmanpreet Kaur also scored 180 runs at a 178 percent strike rate.
The best bowler for the Mumbai Indians has been Saika Ishaque, who has 12 wickets at an average of 8 and a 5.67 economy rate.
With 2 victories and 3 defeats in their first 5 league games, UP Warriorz are ranked third in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 points table. The team score is four.
Alyssa Healy leads the UP Warriorz in runs scored with 186 runs at a 153 strike rate. She has hit 31 fours and two sixes. Tahila McGrath also scored 142 runs at a 157 percent strike rate.
The best bowler for the UP Warriorz has been Sophie Ecclestone, who has taken 9 wickets at an average of 14 and a 6.62 economy rate.
Mumbai Indians Women Team Preview:
The Mumbai Indians have been ruthless in their play this season, winning all five of their games to date. As a result, they are the first club to advance to the next round. They presently sit atop the standings, two points ahead of Delhi Capitals, who are ranked second.
Mumbai receiving a direct admission to the Finals wouldn’t be unexpected based on their current performance.
Although MI’s top-order batters have performed so well thus far, the lower middle order hasn’t had a chance to show their mettle. Throughout the competition, Hayley Matthews and Yastika Bhatia have provided the squad with some strong starts, while Nat Sciver-Brunt and captain Harmanpreet Kaur have both played solidly at the number 3 and number 4 positions, respectively.
Pooja Vastrakar and Amelia Kerr are also in the lineup, but they haven’t had many chances to bat this year, as was already indicated. Saika Ishaque, who holds the Purple Cap with 12 wickets and has been outstanding with her left-arm spin, is closely followed by Hayley Matthews, who has 10 wickets.
Sciver-Brunt and Issy Wong, two-seamers, have taken 11 wickets between them. Overall, MI has played like a well-oiled machine, with each player contributing to the success of the squad.
Mumbai Indians Women Probable XI:
- Yastika Bhatia (wk),
- Hayley Matthews,
- Harmanpreet Kaur (C),
- Nat Sciver-Brunt,
- Amelia Kerr,
- Amanjot Kaur,
- Pooja Vastrakar,
- Humaira Kazi,
- Issy Wong,
- Jintimani Kalita,
- Saika Ishaque
UP Warriorz, Women Team Preview:
The Warriorz’s recent performances will leave them feeling very let down. They started out winning two of their first three games, but after dropping their past two straight contests, they are presently third in the standings. To guarantee their spot in the top 3, they will be driven to win this match.
As was predicted, Tahlia McGrath and Alyssa Healy have been the Warriorz’s two best batters this season, scoring two half-centuries each. Nonetheless, Kiran Navgire has shown glimpses of brilliance and can play a significant role in the following rounds. Indian players, such as Devika Vaidya and Deepti Sharma, have been rather disappointing thus far.
Anjali Sarvani and Grace Harris, two-seamers, have had trouble taking down opponents. Nonetheless, Sophie Ecclestone and Deepti Sharma have done a respectable job by taking 16 wickets between them, making them the top-ranked bowling duo in women’s T20 cricket according to the most recent ICC rankings.
While the UP Warriorz has signed elite international talent for their team, one of the key causes of their so-far average success is that they have not made investments in great Indigenous players.
UP Warriorz, Women Probable XI:
- Alyssa Healy (c & wk),
- Devika Vaidya,
- Kiran Navgire,
- Grace Harris,
- Tahlia McGrath,
- Simran Shaikh,
- Sophie Ecclestone,
- Deepti Sharma,
- Shweta Sehrawat,
- Anjali Sarvani,
- Rajeshwari Gayakwad
Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, Women, Weather Conditions
The DY Patil Stadium’s level surface makes it an excellent venue to bat, therefore the team batting first will attempt to score over 160–170 runs to give their bowlers a good target to defend. Seamers have historically had trouble because there isn’t much swing.
Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, Women, Pitch Report
The pitch does, however, provide a lot of aid for slower bowlers. Temperatures are predicted to be below 30 degrees while the weather will continue to be clear.
Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, Women Winning Prediction
The Mumbai Indians have played brilliantly thus far, and we anticipate that they will do the same today. The team has some outstanding all-around players, which provides them a significant advantage over any opposition. On the other hand, the Warriorz rely too heavily on foreign talent to win games for them because they lack excellent local players.
Mumbai Indians Women to win this match.
Mumbai Indians Women vs UP Warriorz, Women Betting Tips
The Mumbai Indians’ greatest run scorer against the UP Warriorz is Harmanpreet Kaur, who has struck 53 not out and 51 from her past two innings. Saika Ishaque is our pick to lead Mumbai Indians in wickets on Saturday after she grabbed 3-33 in their most recent match against UP Warriorz.
Our choice for the UP Warriorz’s highest run total in this game is the opener, Alyssa Healy, who scored 58 in the most recent match against the Mumbai Indians. Only two players have taken more wickets in the competition than Sophie Ecclestone. Against the Mumbai Indians, we anticipate the English spinner to lead UP Warriorz in wickets taken.
We advise betting on Harmanpreet Kaur to score more than 29.5 runs in this match since she is in great T20 cricket form.
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