WPL 2023: Harmanpreet Kaur will be in front of Smriti Mandhana, possible playing-11 of MI and RCB
WPL 2023: The fourth Women’s Premier League match will be held between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers today. A tremendous craze is being seen in the fans for this match. Because for the first time in the tournament, Harmanpreet Kaur will be opposite Smriti Mandhana. In such a situation, there is every hope of a close fight in this match.
MI vs RCB match
The match between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore will take place at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai from 7.30 pm. Let us tell you that Mumbai Indians got a resounding victory against Gujarat in their first match, while Royal Challengers Bangalore had to face defeat at the hands of Delhi Capitals in their first match. In such a situation, where Mumbai would like to maintain its winning streak, Bengaluru would like to catch the track of victory.
Hello from Brabourne Stadium, CCI 🏟️ 👋
Expect no shortage of energy tonight as @mipaltan square off against @RCBTweets in Match 4️⃣ of the #TATAWPL! ⚡ ⚡
💙 or ❤️ – Which team are you rooting for❔#MIvRCB pic.twitter.com/DJ1ScgdUOU
— Women's Premier League (WPL) (@wplt20) March 6, 2023
Today’s match will be high scoring!
The pitch at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium is believed to be flat. In such a situation, the match between Mumbai and Bangalore is expected to score well. The remarkable thing is that in the first matches, the batsmen of both teams have performed brilliantly. So far, the first innings score in both matches has been more than 200 runs. In such a situation, a big inning is expected from the team which will bat first.
Possible playing-11 of both the teams
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Smriti Mandhana (Captain), Ellyse Perry, Heather Knight, Richa Ghosh, Sophie Devine, Disha Kasat, Kanika Ahuja, Asha Shobhana, Preeti Bose, Megan Schutt and Renuka Singh.
Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Natalie Sciver Brunt, Pooja Vastrakar, Isabel Wong, Yastika Bhatia (wk), Hayley Mathews, Humaira Qazi, Amelia Kerr, Amanjot Kaur, Jintimani Kalita and Saika Ishaq.