WPL Points Table: Women’s Premier League is being organized for the first time in India. In this league, fans are getting to see exciting matches everyday. Five teams are participating in this league. Harmanpreet Kaur-led Mumbai Indians have consolidated their position in the points table by winning two consecutive matches. At the same time, there are two teams for whom the road ahead in the league is going to be very difficult. Let’s know, where are the points standing in the table and what is its new equation?
Mumbai did wonders
Mumbai Indians have played exceptionally well in the Women’s Premier League. The Mumbai team, captained by Harmanpreet Kaur, has won both their matches in the league so far. The team defeated Gujarat Giants by 143 runs in the first match. At the same time, in the second match, Royal Challengers Bangalore were defeated by 9 wickets. Mumbai batsmen are running in excellent form. Hayley Mathews led Mumbai to victory with an all-round performance against RCB, scoring 77 runs with the bat and also taking 3 wickets with the ball. At the same time, captain Harmanpreet Kaur scored 65 runs against Gujarat.
As such Is Status of points table
After winning two consecutive matches, the Mumbai Indians team remains at the first position in the points table and has strengthened its position. Mumbai have four points with two wins from two matches. his/her net run rate is plus 5.185, which shows his/her good condition. At the same time, Delhi Capitals defeated RCB by 60 runs in the first match, which has 2 points in its 1 match, its run rate is plus 3.00. Delhi Capitals remains at number two. At the same time, UP Warriors defeated Gujarat Giants by 60 runs, after which they are at number three in the points table. UP team has 2 points after winning 1 match. his/her net run rate is plus 0.374.
The road ahead for these 2 teams is difficult
Harmanpreet Kaur-led RCB and Ben Mooney-led Gujarat Giants are yet to live up to their name in the Women’s Premier League. Both the teams are yet to open their account in WPL. After two consecutive defeats, the RCB team remains fourth in the points table of the Women’s Premier League, but its net run rate is better than Gujarat. RCB’s run rate is minus 3.176. At the same time, the Gujarat team remains at number five. his/her net run rate is minus 3.765.
After two consecutive defeats, a big crisis has arisen over these teams. To reach the playoffs, these teams will have to perform well in the remaining matches. On the other hand, if RCB and Gujarat Giants had to face defeat in the next match as well, then the doors of the playoffs could be closed for them.
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