MI vs UPW Preview : Harman-Healy’s third match, now final ticket at stake, who will win – Mumbai Indians Women VS UP Warriorz Womens Match Preview WPL 2023 Match Prediction In Gujarati

by Ana Lopez

Mumbai Indians Women Vs UP Warriorz WPL Match Preview 2023 in Gujarati: The last match of this season is to be played at DY Patil Stadium. There will be a clash between second placed Mumbai and third placed UP in the points table.

The first season of the Women’s Premier League (WPL 2023) has reached its final stage. The five-team tournament is now down to just three teams. The winner of the first season of the tournament will be decided on March 26. Delhi Capitals‘s team has already made it to the finals and which team will challenge them will be decided on Friday, March 24, when Mumbai Indians and UP Warriors face each other. The stage is set for the only eliminator match of the tournament and now it’s time for the match to begin.

The last match of this season is to be played at the DY Patil Stadium. Second-placed Mumbai in the points table and third-placed UP will face off between a strong batting order and a formidable bowling attack. Although Mumbai looks like a complete team, UP has great bowlers like Shabnim Ismail, Sophie Eccleston, Tahlia McGrath and Deepti Sharma.

Head to head record

On the one hand, Mumbai beat Royal Challengers Bangalore in their last match, while UP Warriors suffered a defeat at the hands of Delhi Capitals. If we talk about mutual competition of Mumbai-UP, the record is perfect. Mumbai defeated UP by 8 wickets in the first match, then in the second match, UP bowled out Mumbai for just 127 runs and won the match by 5 wickets.

Strong batting from Mumbai

Mumbai will once again expect a good performance from their top order. Especially experienced Windies opener Hayley Mathews has been making strong runs. If he gives a good start, Mumbai again have strong batsmen like Nate Siver Brunt, Captain Harmanpreet Kaur, Amelia Kerr. Then there are bowlers like Pooja Vastrakar and EG Wong, who have the ability to hit big short.

However, it will not be easy for her to beat UP’s left-arm English spinner Sophie Ecclestone, who is the tournament’s top-taker with 14 wickets. Apart from them, Deepti Sharma and Rajeshwari Gaikwad form a lethal spin trio, which is UP’s strength.

UP’s strength is the middle order

If UP is to win, it will need a strong start from its captain and opener Alyssa Healy. The performance of the Australian legend has been full of ups and downs. Apart from him, explosive Australian all-rounders Tahlia McGrath and Grace Harris have shouldered the main responsibility of runs for this team. Both have scored the most runs for the team. In such a situation, if the top order gives a good start, UP can shock Mumbai at the Patil Stadium.

However, he will have to overcome the spin of Amelia Core, Saika Ishaq and Mathews. Amelia and Ishaq have 13 wickets each while Mathews has 12 wickets. Apart from him, Siver Brunt and Wong are also bowling well.

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