Wpl Time Table 2023
- 1 How many foreign players allowed in WPL?
- 2 Who is the highest paid female cricketer in WPL?
- 3 What does a WSL player earn?
- 4 Who is the owner of WPL teams 2023?
Which channel is WPL schedule 2023?
WPL 2023 Playoffs: Live Streaming, Schedule, Venues, Dates – Everything You Need To Know WPL 2023 Playoffs: The inaugural edition of high-octane Women’s Premier League (WPL 2023) has been a huge hit and after 20 days of thrilling action, now it is time for Women’s Premier League (WPL 2023) Playoffs.
- After the end of WPL 2023 League stage, only three out of total five teams have qualified for the WPL Playoffs.
- Aussie star Meg Lannings’ Delhi Capitals – the team that finished at the top of WPL 2023 Points Table – became the first team to make it to WPL 2023 Final.
- Mumbai Indians and UP Warriorz – teams that finished second and third in WPL 2023 Points Table – will go up against each other in WPL 2023 Eliminator.
The team that wins the MI vs UPW WPL 2023 Eliminator, will take on Delhi Capitals in WPL 2023 Final.
ALSO READ | Ahead of WPL 2023 Final, here’s everything you need to know about Women’s Premier League (WPL 2023) Playoffs. WPL 2023 Full Schedule Mumbai Indians vs UP Warriorz at Navi Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium on 24th MarchDelhi Capitals vs Winner of Eliminator at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium on 26th March WPL 2023 – Squads Mumbai Indians: Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Nat Sciver-Brunt, Hayley Matthews, Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Yastika Bhatia, Chloe Tryon, Heather Graham, Issy Wong, Amanjot Kaur, Dhara Gujjar, Saika Ishaque, Humairaa Kaazi, Sonam Yadav, Neelam Bisht, Jintimani Kalita, Priyanka Bala Delhi Capitals: Meg Lanning (c), Jemimah Rodrigues (vc), Shafali Verma, Alice Capsey, Marizanne Kapp, Taniya Bhatia, Jess Jonassen, Tara Norris, Laura Harris, Radha Yadav, Arundhati Reddy, Shikha Pandey, Sneha Deepthi, Poonam Yadav, Minnu Mani, Titas Sadhu, Jasia Akhter, Aparna Mondal UP Warriorz: Alyssa Healy (c), Deepti Sharma (vc), Shweta Sehrawat, Kiran Navgire, Tahlia McGrath, Grace Harris, Devika Vaidya, Sophie Ecclestone, Shabnim Ismail, Lauren Bell, Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Simran Shaikh, Anjali Sarvani, Shivali Shinde, Parshavi Chopra, S Yashasri WPL 2023 Live Telecast, WPL Live Streaming details
UPW vs MI WPL 2023 Eliminator will begin at 7:30 PM IST. WPL 2023 Eliminator and WPL 2023 Final will be live on TV on Sports18 and Sports18 Khel. Live streaming of WPL 2023 Eliminator and WPL 2023 Final will be available on the JioCinema app and website. : WPL 2023 Playoffs: Live Streaming, Schedule, Venues, Dates – Everything You Need To Know
How many foreign players allowed in WPL?
Delhi Capitals took the field with five overseas players in the playing XI during the side’s opening match of the WPL against Royal Challengers Bangalore. – After a blistering start to the Women’s Premier League on Saturday night that saw Mumbai Indians thrashing Gujarat Giants by 143 runs, the action moved to Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai where Smriti Mandhana ‘s Royal Challengers Bangalore took on the Delhi Capitals. Smriti Mandhana (L) with Meg Lanning(WPL) Like the Indian Premier League, there has been a four-overseas player limit in place in the WPL as well; however, in the latter, it also has a twist. In the rules for the women’s league, the BCCI has allowed a fifth overseas slot if the concerned cricketer is from an associate nation.
- In the auction earlier this year, Delhi Capitals were the only side that added an associate player to their roster, signing Tara Norris of the United States of America.
- Also read: ‘I don’t like the kind of.’: Smriti Mandhana’s brilliant statement to shut down comparison talks with Kohli at RCB Norris is part of the XI in Delhi Capitals’ opener against RCB, thus taking the fifth overseas slot in the XI.
The other four overseas players include captain Lanning, Marizanne Kapp, Alice Capsey, and Jess Jonassen. Bangalore, meanwhile, boast of a fiery overseas lineup in their playing XI, taking the field in the opener with Sophie Devine, Heather Knight, Ellyse Perry and Megan Schutt.
- Earlier in the first game of the WPL, Harmanpreet Kaur unleashed havoc on the Giants bowlers as she smashed a brilliant 65 off just 30 deliveries, while Hayley Matthews (47) and Amelia Kerr (45*) also made important contributions to take MI to a mammoth score of 207/5 in 20 overs.
- The Giants, in the run-chase, endured a disappointing batting collapse as they were bundled on 64, with their captain Beth Mooney being retired hurt early in the innings.
In Mooney’s absence, Sneh Rana was the stand-in captain for the Giants and the Indian all-rounder is expected to lead the side in their second match of the tournament later on Sunday against UP Warriorz.
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Where can I watch WPL highlights 2023?
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Who is the highest paid female cricketer in WPL?
About Smriti Mandhana – Smriti Shriniwas Mandhana is an Indian cricketer who plays for the Indian women’s national team and the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the WPL. In June 2018, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) named her as the Best Women’s International Cricketer.
In December 2018, the International Cricket Council (ICC) awarded her with the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Award for the best female cricketer of the year. On 30 December 2021, she became a nominee of the ICC Women’s T20 Player of the Year, In December 2021, she, Tammy Beaumont, Lizelle Lee and Gaby Lewis were nominated for the ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year.
In January 2022, the ICC awarded her with the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Award for the ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year. At the inaugural auctions of the Indian Women’s Premier League, Smriti was acquired by the Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs 3.40 crore.
What does a WSL player earn?
Image source, Getty Images Image caption, Leah Williamson celebrates with her teammates after winning the Euro 2022 Final against Germany England Lionesses captain Leah Williamson is reported to have earned £200,000 last season. That may be almost eight times as high as the average UK salary, yet compared to the men’s England captain, Harry Kane, it pales into insignificance.
- On Sunday night, Williamson led the national team to victory in the Euro 2022 tournament.
- But Kane earns the same amount of money Williamson earns in a year in just one week.
- He isn’t even the highest paid Premier League footballer: that’s reckoned to be Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo who’s reported to be on £400,000 a week.
But following England’s historic win against Germany, which has shone a spotlight on women’s football, could that gap begin to close? It is a wide gulf to bridge. According to BBC analysis, the average Women’s Super League player earns £47,000 a year, based on available published results from seven of the 12 teams in the women’s league for the salary bill for players and associated staff including managers.
A comparable figure for an average Premier League male player is not easily calculated – and is skewed by the reported £20m-plus negotiated by Cristiano Ronaldo and Kevin De Bruyne at Manchester United and Manchester City respectively. But figures compiled for Deloitte for the wage bills at three mid-table Premier League clubs suggest Leicester pay their squad an average of £6.4m, Wolves an average of £4.7m and West Ham an average of £4.3m.
If you accept the Wolves figure as a typical middle ground figure for all 20 Premier League clubs, it suggests men are earning 100 times what the women do. There’s one consolation: England players male or female are paid the same £2,000 match fee per game and have been since 2020.
Who is the owner of WPL teams 2023?
WPL 2023 Teams and Owners –
|Mumbai Indians||Reliance Industries||Mumbai||Harmanpreet Kaur||INR 912.99 Cr|
|Gujarat Giants||Adani Group||Ahmedabad||TBA||INR 1289 Cr|
|Delhi Capitals||JSW–GMR||Delhi||TBA||INR 810 Cr|
|Royal Challengers Bangalore||Diageo||Bengaluru||TBA||INR 901 Cr|
|UP Warriorz||Capri Global||Lucknow||TBA||INR 757 Cr|
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Who won the purple cap in WPL 2023?
Hayley Matthews of Mumbai Indians celebrates the wicket of Taniyaa Bhatia of Delhi Capitals during the final of the Women’s Premier League. SPORTZPICS | Photo Credit: SPORTZPICS Hayley Matthews of Mumbai Indians celebrates the wicket of Taniyaa Bhatia of Delhi Capitals during the final of the Women’s Premier League. SPORTZPICS | Photo Credit: SPORTZPICS Hayley Matthews won the Purple Cap after taking 16 wickets as Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals to win the inaugural edition of WPL 2023.
- In 10 matches, Matthews with 16 wickets eclipsed UP Warriorz’s Sophie Ecclestone who picked 16 wickets in nine outings.
- Matthews has more three-wicket hauls (four) compared to Ecclestone (two).
- She also has a better economy rate of 5.94 as opposed to Ecclestone’s 6.61.
- Issy Wong of Mumbai Indians finished third in the list with 15 wickets and is followed by teammate Amelia Kerr and Saiqa Ishaque who finished with 15 wickets.
Earlier, more than an encounter between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals, Sunday’s Women’s Premier League was projected as a summit clash between the two finest cricket captains in the world – Meg Lanning and Harmanpreet Kaur.
|Player||Team||Games played||Wickets Taken||Economy||Best Bowling Figures|
|Hayley Matthews||Mumbai Indians||10||16||5.94||3/5|
|Sophie Ecclestone||UP Warriorz||9||16||6.61||4/13|
|Amelie Kerr||Mumbai Indians||10||15||6.45||3/22|
|Issy Wong||Mumbai Indians||10||15||6.46||4/15|
|Saika Ishaque||Mumbai Indians||10||15||7.00||4/11|
Four of the top five bowlers in the inaugural edition of the Women’s Premier League are from Mumbai, a testament to the team’s bowling reserves and efficacy. Wong is the only pacer among the top five. ‘ Matthews nearly went unsold in this edition of the WPL after finding no takers in the first few rounds but was picked up by the Mumbai Indians in the accelerated part of the auction.
What is the most in form team in Europe 2023?
Borussia Dortmund are the only team in a top European league to have won all their league matches in 2023. A look at the statistics since the turn of the year gives an insight into what has made them so successful. Having already shone a light on the players behind Dortmund’s improvement, bundesliga.com crunches the numbers to explain why Edin Terzic’s team are now the form side in Europe.
More wins We’ll start with the obvious one. Dortmund are in good shape because, on the whole, they keep winning matches. They started the calendar with ten consecutive wins in all competitions, including a DFB Cup round of 16 triumph over Bochum as well as a victory against Chelsea in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League last-16 tie – never before have Borussia won even their opening nine fixtures of a calendar year.
Their streak was brought to an end by a 2-0 defeat in their return European match at Stamford Bridge, which also saw them knocked out of the continental competition. However, by dismissing RB Leipzig on Matchday 23, the five-time Bundesliga champions equalled another club record. By making it eight league wins in a row, the current crop have managed something only Jürgen Klopp’s title-winning side of 2011/12 have done before during a single campaign. Dortmund teams coached by Terzic and Marco Rose – across two seasons in 2021 – also had eight consecutive Bundesliga wins.
The winning run has naturally had a major impact on Dortmund’s position. Before the winter break, they were sixth in the table and nine points adrift of league leaders Bayern Munich, Now, that end-of-year points difference with Bayern has been completely erased. More prolific Dortmund only trail Bayern in the table on goal difference, but the 1997 European champions have cut the gap in that regard too.
No team has scored more goals than the 22 Terzic’s men registered in the first eight league games of the year. Mainz – third in the form table over the same period – have 19, while Bayern – fourth on form with 15 points from 24 – have 17. Watch: All of BVB’s Bundesliga goals so far in 2022/23 Die Schwarzgelben have had the most shots at goal – averaging close to 17 per game this year – while they have become much more clinical too. Before the winter break they were, along with bottom side Schalke, the least efficient team in the Bundesliga – scoring 3.8 fewer goals than would have been expected given their attempts at goal.
Now they are the most efficient – netting 7.7 more times than would have been expected given their Expected Goals (xG) rating. Squad contributions and successful substitutions have also played a part. A league-high 10 of Dortmund’s goals this season have been netted by players who were introduced from the bench during a game.
Substitutes have scored five times for Dortmund in the first eight Bundesliga games after the winter break, with Gio Reyna getting three of the goals. These included a decisive blow in a 4-3 victory over Augsburg on Matchday 16 and a last-gasp winner at Mainz on Matchday 17. Terzic’s team had only one goal from a free-kick before Christmas, but no team has scored more times from that situation in 2023. It proved the undoing of rivals Leipzig, too, with Marco Reus converting from the penalty spot prior to Emre Can turning home from close range after Julian Brandt ‘s delivery was hoisted back towards goal by Jude Bellingham.
That effort means Dortmund have now found the net from four free-kicks this year. More difficult to score against Bayern still have a sizeable goal-difference advantage over Dortmund, but that figure has been cut by seven in the calendar year. For as well as scoring more freely, Dortmund have been harder to score against as well.
No team has conceded fewer than their seven concessions from the first eight league games in 2023. While BVB have allowed 104 shots – only six teams have allowed more – goalkeeper Gregor Kobel has been a reassuring presence. He’s saved a league-high 27 attempts in 2023, compared to a total of 36 in 15 league matches before the winter break. More running Last season’s runners-up had the third-highest possession percentage – 55 – before the winter break. That figure has improved to almost 57 over the last eight matches, comparing favourably with Bayern’s average of 59 per cent. Dortmund are running an average of three-and-a-half kilometres more per game in 2023 – 116 compared to 112.5.