The final of the first season of WPL is to be played at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai and in this title match, the Delhi Capitals team will face Mumbai Indians, captained by Harmanpreet Kaur.
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Mumbai: The final of the first season of the Women’s Premier League is to be played between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals on Sunday. This title match is to be played at Brabron Stadium. Mumbai Indians Will try to maintain the supremacy that the men’s team of this franchise has done by winning the title in its very first season. On the other hand, Delhi’s men’s team has not won the IPL even once, so Meg Lanning will try to get the first title for this team. But before this, the captain of Mumbai has given a befitting reply to the question asked about the small boundary in women’s cricket.
It is generally seen that the boundaries in women’s cricket are smaller than in men’s cricket. According to the report of CricketTracker, the BCCI has given instructions to keep the boundaries five meters shorter in the final of the WPL as compared to the final of the T20 World Cup held last month.
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Before the final of WPL, when Harmanpreet was asked about the small boundaries in the press conference, he gave a funny answer. Harmanpreet said that he does not know about this because we did not put ropes, ask those who have put them. Harmanpreet gracefully sidesteps the question of a short boundary on a clean run. The decision to shorten the boundaries was taken so that the spectators get to see high-scoring matches.
Mumbai, captained by Harmanpreet Kaur, made it to the final by defeating UP Warriors in the Eliminator. This team had a great start to the league and won five matches in a row. But in the number-1 chair, this team had lost to Delhi and that is why this team did not get the direct final ticket. That’s why this team played the eliminator match.
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Harmanpreet Kaur Has also praised the Women’s Premier League and said that the way WBBL has helped Australia, in the same way WPL will also help India and the country will get to see many talents. He said that domestic cricket will benefit a lot from this.