The last time Delhi and Mumbai met in the WPL, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side had bowled out Meg Lanning & Co for just 105 and chased down the total with five overs to spare
Delhi Capitals will be aiming to get back to winning ways when they take on table-toppers Mumbai Indians in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) match at the DY Patil Stadium today.
Delhi’s fast-bowling all-rounder Shikha Pandey was upbeat despite their last outing. “Our performance in our last game against Gujarat Giants showed that DC don’t give up easily. It was a great effort from our team to get close to the target. And if we bring our A game then no team can beat us,” the pacer said in a media release issued by the franchise on Sunday.
The last time Delhi and Mumbai met in the WPL, the Harmanpreet Kaur-led side had bowled out Meg Lanning & Co for just 105 and chased down the total with five overs to spare.
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Shikha pointed out that Delhi’s batters are eager to regroup and put up a strong batting show against Mumbai’s bowling line-up.
“We are expecting a huge fight from the Mumbai Indians and we are looking forward to the game. Our bowling department has been performing very well on non-bowler-friendly wickets. The batters will look to come together and pose a threat against MI as well,” she said.
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