Another session of the thrilling T20 excitement is all set to commence soon. This year’s Women’s Premier League is all set to start from January 22. In the first edition, the tournament was played in Mumbai only. But this edition of the tournament will be hosted by Bengaluru and Delhi. The final match of the tournament is scheduled to happen in Delhi.
Following the triumph of the inaugural Women’s Premier League, the second edition is poised to kick off on February 22 in Bengaluru. The tournament’s grand finale is set to unfold in New Delhi. Recognized as one of women’s cricket’s most significant T20 leagues, the WPL witnessed participation from globally renowned players in its debut edition. The anticipation is high for another thrilling season, showcasing top talent from around the world in this prestigious cricket league.
The inaugural match is set for Bengaluru, with the grand finale scheduled in New Delhi. Similar to the previous season, the Women’s Premier League (WPL) retains a format without a home-away structure. However, this season brings a twist as the tournament unfolds in two vibrant cities, Delhi and Bengaluru. Cricket enthusiasts can anticipate exciting matches in both locations, adding a dynamic element to the league’s second edition.
Flashback to the Previous Season:
In the Women’s Premier League 2023, the championship clash unfolded between Mumbai Indians and the Delhi Capitals. Meanwhile, the UP Warriorz secured the 3rd position in the tournament. Although the Gujarat Giants made a strong bid for a playoff spot, their hopes were dashed as they faced defeat against the UP Warriorz. The competition showcased intense battles, with Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals ultimately making it to the final showdown, leaving the UP Warriorz to claim the 3rd spot in the Women’s Premier League rankings.
IPL has always been a stage of opportunity for the rising stars. After the WPL started, a lot of youngsters came into the limelight. In the first Women’s Premier League, emerging talents like Shreyanka Patil and Saika Ishaque shone brightly. Now, attention turns to promising players like Vrinda Dinesh, Uma Chetry, and others in the upcoming edition. These players aspire to showcase their skills for their respective teams and carve a path into the Indian women’s cricket team. As the league unfolds, cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate witnessing these rising stars leave their mark and potentially secure a spot in the national women’s cricket squad. The Indian fans are ready to cheer for the girls once again.