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The Women’s Premier League is going to start today from Saturday at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. The teams of Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians will clash in the opening match.
This player will be watched today in WPL 2023
Women in India now Cricket An important tournament is going to start for no. From today Saturday, a new era is starting in women’s cricket. The excitement of the Women’s Premier League comes to an end today. The first match of Women’s League will be played between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians. Women cricketers from around the world took part in the first season with five teams. The opening match is to be played at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. Women players will be seen showing their strength in the tournament.
The match between Gujarat and Mumbai will be tremendous. Harmanpreet Kaur is leading the Mumbai team. While Beth Mooney is leading the Gujarat team. Beth Mooney is a star player of the Australian women’s cricket team. Beth Mooney has been part of a world champion team. Australia has recently won the World Cup for the sixth time. Now let’s talk about the 4 players that everyone will be watching. These are the players of 2 Mumbai and 2 Gujarat teams.
Gujarat Giants Team
- Hurley Gala: 16-year-old pacer bowler Hurley Gala is a player of Gujarat team. In the Under 19 Trophy he took 7 wickets and scored 122 runs at a strike rate of 143.52. Gala was selected for the Under 19 World Cup. However, she was ruled out due to injury. Gala became part of the Gujarat team with a base prize of 10 lakh rupees. A fast bowler, Gala can contribute not only with the ball but also with the bat. In this way, it is possible that he can get a place in the final eleven in the opening match itself.
- S. Meghna: The player wants to return to Team India after playing a strong game for the team. This platform can prove to be very important for that. The opening batter and right-handed bowler played his last international match in October last year. Meghna, who is considered a mischievous batter, is currently running out of Team India. Now once again he will try to draw everyone’s attention on himself.
Mumbai Indians Team
- Sonam Yadav: Sonam has been a part of the under-19 champion Indian team. Under the captaincy of Shefali Verma, India became the ICC Women’s Under-19 Champion. Sonam, who is a part of the champion team, can now be seen making a splash in the women’s league as well. Sonam Yadav took one wicket by giving away 3 runs in one over in the final match. The young leg-spinner is confident that he will excel with his spin and hence Mumbai skipper Harmanpreet may give him a chance in the final XI.
- Pooja Vastrakar: Pooja, part of the Indian senior women’s team, will have high hopes for the Mumbai team. Recently, India reached the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup played in South Africa. In which the contribution of Pooja was important. Pooja could not play in the semi-final match due to injury. However, she can now play an important role in the women’s league with her fastball to propel Mumbai towards the target.