Delhi Capitals Eyes Playoff Berth Against Gujarat Giants

The adventure of the cricket fans before the Indian Premier League is on the top. Because BCCI has successfully organized the Women’s Premier League’s first season, this tournament is fantastic for the fans and the organizers. We have already witnessed many bizarre and incredible moments in the first season of the WPL and many more to come.

Today, Delhi Capitals will face Gujarat Giants in the 14th match of the Women’s Premier League 2023. Meg Lanning & Co. will try to win the match and become the second team to qualify for the playoffs after Mumbai Indians. However, the Giants will try to win the match and get 2 more points in their pocket to fight with RCB and UP Warriroz in the race to the playoffs.

Looking at the point table of the Women’s Premier League, we will find Harmanpreet’s Mumbai Indians is on the top position with 10 points in 5 matches. They haven’t lost any match in this season of WPL, and they are the leading contender for the trophy. However, Delhi
Capitals is firmly placed at the second spot with 8 points in their tally, and they need 2 more points to make it into the playoffs.

UP Warriroz is standing in the third spot with 4 points in 5 matches, and to make it into the playoffs, they have to win all the remaining matches with good margins to stabilize the run rate too.

Royal Challengers Bangalore is on the fourth spot with 2 points, as they have won against UP Warriroz in the 13th match. The equation of the RCB to make it to the playoffs is challenging but not impossible. But their biggest thorn is Mumbai Indians, whom they have to play on 21st March. Gujarat Giants is on the last position with only 2 points, but they have low run rate than RCB. Gujarat Giants are really missing their captain Beth Mooney in the team, who was injured in the first match against Mumbai Indians

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