Match Details

DCW vs MIW 7th Match, WPL 2023

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Mumbai Indians Women won by 8 wickets 🏆
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H Kaur Logo
H Kaur Jersy



H Kaur
4s: 2
6s: 0
N Sciver-Brunt Logo
N Sciver-Brunt Jersy
4s: 4
6s: 0
J Jonassen Logo
J Jonassen Jersy



J Jonassen

Econ: 8.33
13th Over:
= 10
Last Over:
= 10
This Over:
= 10
MIWMIW - 2nd Innings
6 Over 4447
10 Over 8675
DCWDCW - 1st Innings
6 Over 4829
10 Over 5958
15 Over 10889
20 Over 119105


Inn 1
Inn 2
That’s a wrap from our side as well. A dominating performance by Mumbai Indians Women to keep their winning streak on track. I hope you enjoyed our live coverage.

We appreciate your participation from all across the world. On behalf of my co-commentator Akshay Bhide and Scorer/Analyst Chandan Kumar Singh, I, Deepak Prakash, am signing off. Please join us for the other fixtures across the world. Until then, Ta-Ta, Bye-Bye.✌✌✌
Saika Ishaque (Player of the match): "I am feeling very good and it looks like I am in a dream. Such performances are taking place because the captain and coaches are encouraging me. I will try my best to do the same in the upcoming matches and keep this purple cap along with me."
Player of the Match: Saika Ishaque
Harmanpreet Kaur (Mumbai Indians Women Skipper): "Today our bowlers did really well. They were bowling according to the plan. It makes my job easy as they were doing what was decided. As I said, when you have so many bowling options, my job becomes easier. Everyone is ready to give their hundred percent.

After the last game, we sat and discussed that we bowled bad balls in the last outing. The bowling department is something that is important in T20 cricket and happy with the performance tonight.

Yastika and Hayley played really well. They took their time and played some good shots.

Happy with three wins. But now the tournament is going to start. The wicket is going to slow down and will be exciting going forward." 
Powerful Striker of the Match: Radha Yadav
Yastika Bhatia (Mumbai Indians Women): "The surface was alright. When they bowled in the right areas, the ball was holding a bit. But it was a good surface to bat on.

I have in my mind to keep playing according to the merit of the ball. I try to hold my shape and it paid off tonight. The balls were in my arc and I kept hitting those.

Matthews is a rockstar. We enjoy playing together. We have good conversations about how to bat and take things forward. If we field first, keeping helps me to see how the ball comes and it improves my batting."
Meg Lanning (Delhi Capitals Women Skipper): "To be honest, we were in a similar position at the 12th over mark. I take the blame upon myself. I took a lot of balls upfront and we failed to finish on a high.

There was a bit of help for the bowlers which is a good thing because we don't always want a flat track. They bowled beautifully. You can't eye 180 from the start. You have to build the blocks and get there. It's a nice learning and we will learn from these mistakes and get back in the next game.

I thought Rodrigues came out and played aggressively to swing back the momentum towards us. Hopefully, I can keep contributing and we have few wins for us." 
10:08 PM IST | Deepak: Nat Sciver-Brunt finishes things in style. The winning streak continues for Mumbai Indians Women as they hammered Delhi Capitals Women by 8 wickets with 30 balls to spare. 🎉🎉🎉

Earlier, after deciding to bat first, the Delhi Capitals Women started their inning on a lackluster note, as they were reeling at 31/3 in the seventh over and needed a solid partnership. Then came the rescue act by Jemimah Rodrigues and Meg Lanning as the pair added a 50-run stand for the 4th wicket and set the platform for a good total, but things didn’t go according to plan for them as after the dismissals of Rodrigues (25) and Meg Lanning (43) Delhi Capitals Women faced a massive collapse and were bundled out for a mere 105 runs in 18 overs. From the bowling front, Saika Ishaque, Issy Wong, and Hayley Matthews bagged three wickets for Mumbai Indians Women, while Pooja Vastrakar contributed one wicket to the Capitals’ downfall.

In pursuit of the Capitals’ meager 105 runs, the Mumbai Indians Women got off to a rollicking start as both their openers, Yastika Bhatia and Hayley Matthews, started striking as if they were chasing 200 runs. The pair thwarted the Capitals’ bowlers all over the corner and posted 47 runs without losing any wickets in the powerplay. Yastika Bhatia, in particular, was looking in top form and was inching towards a well-deserved half-century. However, her hopes were dashed by Norris, who trapped her in front of the stumps, sending her back to the pavilion just 9 runs short of the milestone.  She was soon followed by her co-opener Hayley Matthews, who departed after scoring 32 runs. 

The platform was set, and Nat Sciver-Brunt and Harmanpreet Kaur took responsibility to finish the game. The pair remained unbeaten on 23 and 11 runs, respectively, and sealed the deal for their side by 8 wickets with 30 balls to spare.

From the bowling front, Alice Capsey and Tara Norris were the only bowlers to scalp a solitary wicket. 

Overall, it was a dominant performance by Mumbai Indians Women and they will look to continue their winning streak, while Delhi Capitals Women will look to regroup and bounce back stronger in the next game.

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Mumbai Indians Women
Natalie Sciver
Harmanpreet Kaur
Jess Jonassen
14.6 J Jonassen to N Sciver
4 Nat Sciver-Brunt finishes things in style. Dances down the track on seeing the ball being tossed up and lifts it nicely over mid on. Falls just short of the boundary but it is enough as the Mumbai Indians Women win the game comprehensively. They beat the Delhi Capitals Women by eight wickets.
The scores are level now.
14.5 J Jonassen to N Sciver
4 FOUR!!! Hammered by Sciver-Brunt. Jonassen again drops it short and Sciver-Brunt is quick to pick the length as she pulls it hard through square leg for a boundary. No chance for Rodrigues this time to cut it off.
14.4 J Jonassen to N Sciver
0 Tossed up delivery on the stumps, Sciver-Brunt pushes it straight back to the bowler.
14.3 J Jonassen to N Sciver
0 Flatter on middle and nudged towards mid wicket. No run.
100 up for Mumbai Indians Women.
14.2 J Jonassen to N Sciver
2 Jonassen drops it short on leg, Sciver-Brunt shuffles and pulls it behind square in the leg side. Rodrigues runs hard to her right and dives to stop it. Saves two for her side.
14.1 J Jonassen to N Sciver
0 Flighted delivery on the stumps, Sciver-Brunt defends it in the on side by coming forward.
Jess Jonassen is back into the attack.