Mumbai Indians Women vs Delhi Capitals Women, 18th Match Review and Highlights

The Delhi Capitals won the toss and elected to bat first. In the 18th match of the WPL, both teams are going to face each other. Mumbai Indian women dominated the entire season and sat at the head of the table. However, in this match, they failed with bat and ball. Below you will find a summary of the match. Mumbai Indians need to perform well to be in the game and to win the trophy.

Mumbai Indians Women’s Innings

Yastika Bhatia and Hayley Matthews opened the inning for the Mumbai Indians. However, the opening duo of Mumbai Indians failed to score big runs. Yastika Bhatia scored one run in six balls. She was caught by Taniya Bhatia on the ball by M. Kapp. Moreover, Hayley Matthews scored five runs in 10 balls. She was caught by Jemimah Rodrigues on the ball of S. Pandey. This was a very important match for the Mumbai Indians, and a good start is much needed at this crucial time. Furthermore, only four players scored double-digit runs. In 20 overs, the Mumbai Indians scored a very low score, which was easily chased by the Delhi Capitals.

Harmanpreet Kaur came to bat at number four. She scored 23 runs in 26 balls. After the failure of the opening duo, playing a big inning was very important. As a captain, I also felt it was much needed. She was caught by Jemimah on the ball of S Pandey.

Amelia Kerr came to bat at number five. She scored 8 runs in 16 balls. She was caught by Taniya Bhatia on the ball of A Reddy. Pooja Vastrakar came to bat at number six. She scored 26 runs in 19 balls. She was caught by Radha Yadav on the ball of Jess Jonassen.

Collectively, Mumbai Indians scored only 109 runs in 20 overs with the loss of eight wickets. However, in the T-20 format, this is not a big score to chase for a team like the Delhi Capitals.

Mumbai Indians Women Bowling Scorecard

Bowlers OversMaiden Runs Wickets 
Natalie Sciver20210
Issy Wong20200
Saika Ishaque20360
Hayley Matthews20271
Amelia Kerr1020

Delhi Capitals Women’s Innings

The target set by the Mumbai Indians was very easy to chase. Moreover, in 9 overs, Delhi Capitals chased the target with the loss of one wicket. Meg Lanning and Shafali Verma came to open the innings for the Delhi Capitals. Meg Lanning scored 32 runs in 22 balls. Her inning consists of four fours and one six.Shafali Verma scored 33 runs in 16 balls. Her batting order includes six fours and one six. Meg strike rate was 220. She was bowled by Hayley Matthews.

Alice Capsey came to bat at number three. She scored not out of 38 runs in 17 balls. With ball and bat, the Delhi Capitals played an excellent inning.

Delhi Capitals Women’s Bowling Scorecard

Bowlers OversMaiden Runs Wickets 
Marizanne Kapp40132
Alice Capsey1040
Shikha Pandey40212
Jess Jonassen40252
Arundhati Reddy30101
Radha Yadav30180
Poonam Yadav10180

Mumbai Indians Women

  • Yastika Bhatia(WK)
  • Harmanpreet Kaur(C)
  • Amanjot Kaur
  • Hayley Matthews
  • Natalie Sciver
  • Amelia Kerr
  • Humaira Kazi
  • Saika Ishaque
  • Pooja Vastrakar
  • Issy Wong
  • Jintimani Kalita

Delhi Capitals Women’s Playing XI

  • Taniya Bhatia(WK)
  • Meg Lanning(C)
  • Jemimah Rodrigues
  • Shafali Verma
  • Jess Jonassen
  • Marizanne Kapp
  • Alice Capsey
  • Radha Yadav
  • Shikha Pandey
  • Poonam Yadav
  • Arundhati Reddy
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