A total of 87 players from five teams will participate in this tournament, which will have new and experienced players. All players share a dressing room together and practice and play games together. Women’s Premier League improves players’ game.
The opening season of the Women’s Premier League is just hours away. The season will begin with a match between Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Giants. Both the teams are ready for this match which will be held at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur will lead Mumbai team while Gujarat will be led by wicket keeper Beth Mooney. The tournament starts at 7.30 pm, before which the toss takes place at 7 pm. With the launch of the Women’s Premier League, Indian women’s cricket is about to break new ground.
Many players will get a chance to showcase their talent through this tournament. Through this, women players will also help in taking the game to a new level. From this tournament, new players get new experience and learn new information about the game. Their game will improve through the Women’s Premier League.
Experienced players gain experience
Even the most experienced players get a new kind of experience during the tournament. Many players like Harmanpreet, Smriti Mandhana, Jemima Rodrigues, Shefali Verma, Sneha Deepti and Jasia Akhtar will get a chance to gain new recognition through this tournament. At this point, viewers can feel the passion of his game. A total of 87 players from five teams will participate in this tournament, which will have new and experienced players. All players share a dressing room together and practice and play games together.
The teams of Mumbai and Gujarat will face each other
In the first match to be held at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai, the teams of Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Giants will face each other. Mumbai will be led by Harmanpreet Kaur while Gujarat will be led by wicketkeeper Beth Mooney in this tournament. Mumbai team has many star players who are also very experienced. Mumbai Indians include England’s Nat Skiver-Brunt and fast bowler Issy Wong, New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr, South Africa’s T20 World Cup finalist Chloe Tryon, West Indies captain Hayley Matthews and Australian fast bowler Heather Graham.
On the other hand, the Gujarat team has many players who were part of the world winning team including Ash Gardner and Georgia Wareham. At the same time experienced players like Diandra Datin from West Indies and Sophia Dunkley from England are also in the Gujarat Giants team. The Gujarat team is mentored by former Indian captain Mithali Raj, which gives the team a lot of strength off the field as well.
These are teams
Mumbai Indians Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Natalie Scheever, Amelia Kerr, Pooja Vastrakar, Yastika Bhatia, Heather Graham, Isabel Wang, Amanjot Kaur, Dhara Gujar, Saika Ishaq, Hayley Mathews, Chloe Tryon, Humaira Qazi, Priyanka Bala, Sonam Kalita Yadav, Jinta , Neelam Bisht.
Gujarat Giants Beth Mooney (c), Sneha Rana, Ashley Gardner, Sophia Dunkley, Annabel Sutherland, Harleen Deol, Diandra Dottin, Sabineni Meghana, Georgia Wareham, Manasi Joshi, Dayalan Hemalatha, Monica Patel, Tanuja Kanwar, Sushma Verma, Hurley Gala, Parunika Sisodia , Shabman Shakeel.
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