Wpl 2023 Point Table
What is the format of WPL 2023?
WPL 2023 Format – WPL 2023 Format: WPL 2023 will follow the Round Robin format with Group System and Playoffs format. Following are the details of the WPL 2023 Format:
All participating(5) teams will play against each other twice which will mark a total of 20 league matches. The topper of the WPL 2023 Points Table will directly qualify for the final. The eliminator match will be played between the 2nd and 3rd placed teams. The winner of the eliminator will qualify as the second finalist for the WPL 2023 final match.
The BCCI has also said March will remain the window for the WPL. From the 2026 season, the WPL could comprise ” 33-34″ matches but the BCCI has not fleshed out any detail on the tournament structure.
How many can qualify for WPL?
On Tuesday, Mumbai Indians became the first team to be assured of a place in the playoffs. With five wins out of five, they cannot finish outside the top three. Although, given how they are playing, the top spot and a direct place in the final will be the main aim for Harmanpreet Kaur and Co.
Top three teams in the final standings will qualify for playoffsTeam finishing first in the league table will directly play in the finalTeams finishing second and third will play an Eliminator and the winner will qualify for final
Points table after MI vs GG: Delhi Capitals are one win away from joing Mumbai Indians in the top three. Even assuming UPW lose against RCB, they will still be in a good position to make it to the top three. They will face MI, DC and GG in remaining matches. They have a good NRR too and if it comes to a tie on six points, they will be in a good position. RCB have started with five defeats and their best-case scenario is six points from here on. When they take on UPW on Wednesday at the DY Patil Stadium, they will know a defeat will end their tournament. If UPW go to six points, RCB’s best-case becomes four points and it is official elimination.
- So, first things first, RCB must beat UPW on Wednesday.
- Then, as they did perhaps on Tuesday, RCB must root for MI and DC in their remaining matches (except against themselves of course).
- For RCB, who have a negative two NRR, Warriorz must remain where they are on four points so Alyssa Healy and Co shouldn’t win another match for the rest of the tournament.
A critical match for RCB is UPW vs Gujarat Giants on 17 March, assuming they are alive till then. Mandhana and Co will have to root for a Giants win in that one to keep Warriorz on four points. The only scenario where a NRR equation could favour RCB is a six-point tie with Giants, who are worse off than the Bangalore side.
Who is hosting the WPL 2023?
photoDetails The DY Patil stadium witnessed a historic night on Saturday with the inaugural Women’s Premier League game between Gujarat Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore. However, there was another highlight that caught fans’ attention – the presence of Mandira Bedi, an ambassador of women’s empowerment and a sports presenter, as a broadcaster for the event.
What is the qualification process in WPL?
WPL format and Qualification scenario – Each team is designated to play the other four teams twice during the group stage and the top three teams will cement a place in the playoff stage. The highest-ranked team will automatically seal a place in the final. The other two teams will fight in the eliminator in an order to gain entry in the summit match. WPL Schdeule
Mumbai Indians squad Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Nat Sciver, Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Yastika Bhatia, Heather Graham, Isabelle Wong, Amanjot Kaur, Dhara Gujjar, Saika Ishaque, Hayley Mathews, Chloe Tryon, Humairaa Kaazi, Priyanka Bala, Sonam Yadav, Jintimani Kalita, Neelam Bisht Delhi Capitals squad Jemimah Rodrigues, Meg Lanning (c), Shafali Verma, Radha Yadav, Shikha Pandey, Marizanne Kapp, Titas Sadhu, Alice Capsey, Tara Norris, Laura Harris, Jasia Akhter, Minnu Man, Taniya Bhatia, Poonam Yadav, Jess Jonassen, Sneha Deepthi, Arundhati Reddy, Aparna Mandal UP Warriorz Sophie Ecclestone, Deepti Sharma, Tahlia McGrath, Shabnim Ismail, Alyssa Healy (c), Anjali Sarvani, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Parshavi Chopra, Shweta Sehrawat, S Yashasri, Kiran Navgire, Grace Harris, Devika Vaidya, Lauren Bell, Laxmi Yadav, Simran Shaikh Gujarat Giants Ashleigh Gardner, Beth Mooney (c), Sophie Dunkley, Anna Sutherland, Harleen Deol, Deandra Dottin, Sneh Rana, S Meghana, Georgia Wareham, Mansi Joshi, D Hemalatha, Monica Patel, Tanuja Kanwer, Sushma Verma, Hurley Gala, Ashwani Kumari, Parunika Sisodia, Shabnam Shakil Royal Challengers Bangalore Smriti Mandhana (c), Sophie Devine, Ellyse Perry, Renuka Singh Thakur, Richa Ghosh, Erin Burns, Disha Kasat, Indrani Roy, Shreyanka Patil, Kanika Ahuja, Asha Shobana, Heather Knight, Dane van Niekerk, Preeti Bose, Poonam Khemnar, Komal Zanzad, Meghan Schutt, Sahana Pawar Image: wplt20.com
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Is CSK out of IPL 2023 playoffs?
The last day of IPL 2023’s league phase witnessed a captivating spectacle, with the Mumbai Indians securing the coveted final playoff spot alongside the Gujarat Titans, Chennai Super Kings, and Lucknow Super Giants. The Sunday action kicked off with a resounding victory for Mumbai Indians, defeating the Sunrisers Hyderabad by eight wickets at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.
- This win propelled them to fourth position, displacing the Royal Challengers Bangalore to fifth.
- To snatch the final playoff berth from MI’s grasp, RCB had to triumph over GT in the ultimate league fixture.
- Unfortunately for RCB, a defeat in this crucial match relegated them to a sixth-place finish.
- In pursuit of a target of 201 runs, the Mumbai Indians showcased an exceptional display of batting prowess, reaching a remarkable 201/2 in just 18 overs.
The highlight of the innings was Cameron Green’s unbeaten century, as he blazed his way to 100 runs off a mere 47 balls. Leading from the front, captain Rohit Sharma also contributed significantly with a crucial half-century, smashing 56 runs off 37 deliveries.
SRH’s bowling unit managed to claim a wicket each, with Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mayank Dagar making their mark. Earlier, it was SRH who set a formidable total of 200/5 in their allotted 20 overs, courtesy of impressive batting performances by Mayank Agarwal and Vivrant Sharma. Mayank showcased his prowess with a blistering knock of 83 runs off 46 balls, while Vivrant powered his way to 69 runs off 47 deliveries.
Akash Madhwal turned out to be the standout bowler for MI, taking an impressive four wickets. The Mumbai Indians’ triumph and the unfavourable weather conditions in Bengaluru left Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) fans in a state of distress. However, as the rain subsided, the match commenced with RCB’s opener, Virat Kohli, showcasing his form by smashing an unbeaten century.
- Ohli’s scintillating knock of 101 runs off 61 balls propelled RCB to a total of 197/5 in their allotted 20 overs, setting a target of 198 runs.
- Noor Ahmad proved to be a formidable force for the Gujarat Titans (GT) with two dismissals.
- In pursuit of the 198-run target, GT found their own centurion in the form of Shubman Gill, who hammered an unbeaten 104 runs off just 52 deliveries, leading GT to a six-wicket victory with a score of 198/4 in 19.1 overs.
RCB’s Mohammed Siraj shone with the ball, taking two crucial wickets. Following the Gujarat Titans’ triumphant victory, the team led by Hardik Pandya concludes the league phase as the table-toppers with an impressive 20 points from 14 matches. The Chennai Super Kings (CSK) secure the second position with 17 points, while the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) closely trail in third place with the same point tally.
The Mumbai Indians (MI) secure the fifth spot with 16 points, followed by the Rajasthan Royals (RR) and the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), both tied with 14 points in sixth position. The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) finish the season in seventh place with 12 points, while the Punjab Kings (PBKS) and the Delhi Capitals (DC) occupy the eighth and ninth positions, respectively, with 12 and 10 points.
Lastly, the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) conclude the league phase at the bottom of the table with 8 points. Here is the complete schedule for the IPL 2022 Playoffs: Qualifier 1: Gujarat Titans vs Chennai Super Kings Date: May 23, Tuesday Time: 7:30 PM IST Venue: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai Eliminator: Lucknow Super Giants vs Mumbai Indians Date: May 24, Wednesday Time: 7:30 PM IST Venue: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai Qualifier 2: Loser of Qualifier 1 vs Winner of Eliminator Date: May 26, Friday Time: 7:30 PM IST Venue: Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad Final: Winner of Qualifier 1 vs Winner of Qualifier 2 Date: May 28, Sunday Time: 7:30 PM IST Venue: Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad Also read: ‘Jab MS Dhoni woh 6 martein hai’: Watch Sunil Gavaskar get emotional talking about CSK Captain Also watch: IPL 2023: Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians vs Aiden Markram-led Sunrisers Hyderabad, MI vs SRH, RCB vs GT, IPL Points Table, IPL Playoffs Also read: Epic moment! MS Dhoni signs autograph on Sunil Gavaskar’s shirt Also watch: IPL 2023 Delhi Capitals (DC) vs Punjab Kings (PBKS): Key players to watch today, match timings, and more
Can CSK enter playoffs 2023?
CSK captain MS Dhoni led the team to its 12th IPL Playoffs in 14 seasons with a win over Delhi Capitals in Delhi on Saturday. | Photo Credit: PTI CSK captain MS Dhoni led the team to its 12th IPL Playoffs in 14 seasons with a win over Delhi Capitals in Delhi on Saturday. | Photo Credit: PTI Chennai Super Kings (CSK) secured an IPL 2023 Playoffs spot after it beat Delhi Capitals (DC) by 77 runs at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Saturday.
MS Dhoni’s men became the second team to secure a place in the knockouts behind defending champion Gujarat Titans. With the win, CSK also extended its record of being the team with the most appearances in the playoffs — 12 times in 14 seasons. With 17 points in the bag and a commanding Net Run Rate (NRR), CSK ensured the second spot in the points table.
The top two teams (GT and CSK) will play in the Qualifier 1 on Tuesday in Chennai while the third and fourth-placed teams will compete in the Eliminator on Wednesday. The Qualifier 2 clash (May 26) and the Final (May 28) will be held in Ahmedabad.