Women’S Ipl Match Points Table 2023
Who is the girl final match in IPL 2023?
2023 Women’s Premier League (cricket) WPL cricket tournament season 2023 Women’s Premier League Dates4 – 26 March 2023Administrator(s)Cricket formatTournament format(s) and Host(s)IndiaChampions (1st title)Runners-upParticipants5Matches22Player of the series ()Most runs () (345)Most wicketsHayley Matthews (Mumbai Indians) (16)Official website 2024 → Teams The 2023 Women’s Premier League, also known as the WPL 2023 for sponsorship reasons, was the inaugural season of the, a women’s franchise league organised by the (BCCI).
Who is the most expensive woman in IPL 2023?
10 Most Expensive Players That Got Sold In Women’s IPL 2023 Auction The Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 auction concluded recently and many talented players fetched multi-crore prices. Updated On 04:08 PM IST, 14 Feb 2023 Royal Challengers Bangalore picked up the talented Smriti Mandhana as the most expensive player of the tournament, at a price of ₹3.4 cr.
The player that commanded the second highest price in the WPL 2023 auction was Ashleigh Gardner, who was picked up by Gujarat Giants for a whopping ₹3.2 Cr. Natalie Sciver also tied in with Ashleigh Gardner as the second most expensive player in the auction, as she was secured by Mumbai Indians for ₹3.2 Cr.
Deepti Sharma is the next most expensive player on this list, as she fetched a winning bid of ₹2.6 Cr from the UP Warriorz team in the WPL 2023 auction. The young and talented Jemimah Rodrigues was picked up by the Delhi Capitals team for a whopping price of ₹2.2 Cr The next player to fetch the highest price at the WPL 2023 auction was Beth Mooney, who was secured by the Gujarat Giants for a massive price of ₹2 Cr.
- The captain of the world-cup-winning U-19 India team, Shafali Verma commanded an impressive price of ₹2 Cr from the Delhi Capitals team.
- Pooja Vastrakar was picked up by the Mumbai Indians for ₹1.90 Cr and is among the most expensive players at the WPL 2023 auction.
- Similarly, Richa Ghosh also managed to secure a very impressive price for herself, as she was picked up by Royal Challengers Bangalore for a price of ₹1.90 crore.
The last name on the list, India’s talented player Harmanpreet Kaur was secured by the Mumbai Indians team for an impressive price of ₹1.80 Cr. : 10 Most Expensive Players That Got Sold In Women’s IPL 2023 Auction
What is the prize money for the women’s IPL 2023?
Women’s IPL 2023: Prize Money – The overall prize money for the league will be INR 10 crore, with INR 6 crore going to the winning team and INR 3 crore to the runner-up group. The third-place team will win INR 1 crore.
Who will qualify for IPL playoffs 2023?
Gujarat Titans, Chennai Super Kings, Lucknow Super Giants and Mumbai Indians have qualified for the IPL 2023 playoffs. Here is the schedule. – The final day of IPL 2023’s league phase saw plenty of drama as Mumbai Indians managed to grab the final playoff berth, joining Gujarat Titans, Chennai Super Kings and Lucknow Super Giants. Gujarat Titans are the defending champions.(PTI) Chasing a target of 201 runs, MI raced to 201/2 in 18 overs, courtesy of an unbeaten knock of 100 runs off 47 balls by Cameron Green. Meanwhile, captain Rohit Sharma bagged a key half-century, smacking 56 off 37 deliveries.
How to qualify MI in IPL 2023?
IPL 2023: Mumbai Indians qualify for play-offs for 1st time since winning title in 2020 Mumbai Indians qualified for the Indian Premier League 2023 play-offs after Royal Challengers Bangalore lost their final league stage game to defending champions Gujarat Titans on Sunday, 21 May.
This was Mumbai’s first qualification since winning the title in 2020. The play-offs qualification comes as a breath of fresh air for the franchise who were tottering in the bottom half of the points table in the last three years. The Indian Premier League saw incredible drama in the final day of the league stage game in the Indian Premier League 2023.
With two teams in contention for the final spot for the IPL 2023 play-offs, the fans were gifted two incredible matches on Sunday, 21 May. In the first game of the day, Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium in a day game. Mumbai were guided by Cameron Green’s sensational century off just 47 balls, which helped them win the tie by a comfortable 8-wicket margin.
- Mumbai’s win meant that Royal Challengers Bangalore had to win their final match against the defending champions Gujarat Titans, who decided to play their full-strength XI in the final game of the league stage.
- RCB however, were not able to pull off a victory, owing to a sensational century from Shubman Gill, his second in the ongoing season.
Gill scored 104* off just 52 balls to guide GT to a victory in the final league stage game of the IPL 2023. Gill hit the winning runs and notched up his century with a six off Wayne Parnell in the first legal delivery of the final over. Earlier in the day, RCB had put together 197/5 in the first innings, owing to a century from Virat Kohli, his record 7th in the IPL.