RCB-W vs DC-W WPL 2023: On Sunday, March 5, the second game of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 will be between the Royal Challengers Bangalore Women and the Delhi Capitals Women.
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RCB Vs DC:
The Royal Challengers Bangalore franchise wanted to buy a WPL club, and they were able to do so. They have a lot of fans, and they will be hoping that their women’s team can help them win their first championship. In the World Premier League in 2023, Smriti Mandhana will be the captain of the Royal Challengers. She will try to live up to the hype. They have put together a strong team, so they will definitely start as the favorites.
On the other hand, the Delhi Capitals have been given a spot in the Women’s Premier League. They did a great job at the auction, where they bought a strong team all around for the first edition. The team will be led by Meg Lanning, who is the best captain in the history of cricket. They have a good mix of experienced and new players, and they will try to get off to a good start in the competition.
|Match||Royal Challengers Bangalore Women vs Delhi Capitals Women|
|Venue||Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai|
|Date & Time||March 5th at 3:30 PM IST and Local Time|
|Live Streaming||Sports18 and Jio Cinema|
Pitch Report: Delhi Capitals Women vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore Women
The surface at Mumbai’s Brabourne Stadium is known for making it easy for batters to hit the ball, and it also makes it easier for bowlers to hit the new ball. The dew factor might be important in making the stadium a batter’s paradise, but since the game is in the afternoon, it shouldn’t make much of a difference over the 40 overs.
Weather report for the Royal Challengers Bangalore vs. Delhi Capitals women’s game:
On Sunday, the sky will be clear on both sides, and the temperature will be between 26 and 36 degrees Celsius.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women
|Ellyse Perry||All Rounder||Australia|
|Sophie Devine||All Rounder||New Zealand|
|Heather Knight||All Rounder||England|
|Kanika Ahuja||All Rounder||India|
|Dane Van Niekerk||All Rounder||South Africa|
|Erin Burns||All Rounder||Australia|
|Asha Shobana||All Rounder||India|
|Indrani Roy||Wicket Keeper||India|
|Poonam Khemnar||All Rounder||India|
|Shreyanka Patil||All Rounder||India|
Delhi Capitals Women:
|Marizanne Kapp||All Rounder||South Africa|
|Alice Capsey||All Rounder||England|
|Shikha Pandey||All Rounder||India|
|Jess Jonassen||All Rounder||Australia|
|Radha Yadav||All Rounder||India|
|Arundhati Reddy||All Rounder||India|
|Minnu Mani||All Rounder||India|
|Taniyaa Bhatia||Wicket Keeper||India|
|Aparna Mondal||Wicket Keeper||India|
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women:
Smriti Mandhana (c), Sophie Devine, Ellyse Perry, Heather Knight, Kanika Ahuja, Dane van Niekerk. Richa Ghosh (wk), Renuka Singh Thakur, Megan Schutt, Preeti Bose, Komal Zanzad.
Delhi Capitals Women:
Shafali Verma, Taniya Bhatia (wk), Alice Capsey, Jemimah Rodrigues, Meg Lanning (c), Marizanne Kapp. Shikha Pandey, Jess Jonassen, Radha Yadav, Poonam Yadav, Arundhati Reddy/Tara Norris.
On Sunday, two captains with a lot of experience will go to war. Both teams have a lot of experience, so the match in Mumbai, where it is very hot, should be fun to watch. We expect Royal Challengers Bangalore to win on Sunday because they have a well-balanced team.