Latest Match Report – RCB Women vs MI Women 9th Match 2023/24

Toss Mumbai Indians He chose to bowl against Royal Challengers Bangalore

Harmanpreet Kaur remained unbeaten for Mumbai Indians as they opted to bowl against hosts Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

„It was easy to chase in this match,” said Mumbai's stand-in captain Nat Skiver-Friend. In all nine matches of WPL 2024, the captains who won the toss opted to chase. Mumbai went unchanged as Shabnim Ismail also continued her nickel. Issy Wong and Humaira Kazi retained their places in the XI.

RCB, meanwhile, welcomed Elise Perry back into the playing XI in place of Nadine de Klerk. The home team is coming off the back of a defeat against Delhi Capitals, played on the same surface used on Saturday night. Anjum Chopra assessed the pitch and noticed that it was brown and had dead grass. „It will be more of a batters night than bowlers,” he quipped.

The square boundaries were almost equidistant from the center – one side was 52 meters away, the other 57 meters.

RCB are one of only two teams to win a match while batting first in WPL 2024. They play one more match against UP Warriors at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Monday.

Royal Challengers Bangalore: 1 Smriti Mandhana (Captain), 2 Sophie Devin, 3 S Meghana, 4 Elise Perry 5 Richa Ghosh (Week), 6 Georgia Wareham, 7 Simran Bahadur, 8 Sophie Molyneux, 9 Sreyanka Patil, 10 Asha Sobana Singh, 11

Mumbai Indians: 1 Hayley Mathews, 2 Yastika Bhatia (weekly), 3 Nat Skiver-Brunt (capt), 4 Amelia Kerr, 5 Pooja Vastrakar, 6 Issy Wong, 7 S Sajana, 8 Amanjot Kaur, 9 Humaira Ghasi, 10 SP Keertana, 11 Saika Ishaq

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