CricketWPL 2023: Know Who Is Captaining Your Favourite Team?
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Women’s Premier League is only two days away. There are six teams and all of them are ready with captains to claim the inaugural season of the tournament. In the first season, there will be three Australian women’s players who will lead a side in WPL.

Meg Lanning will lead Delhi Capitals, Alyssa Healy will be UP Warriorz and the ace batter Beth Mooney has been given responsibility to lead Gujarat Giants. In addition to that, there are two well known names of Indian cricket, Smriti Mandhana will be leading Royal Challengers Bangalore while Harmanpreet Kaur has been appointed captain of Mumbai Indians.

Let’s know about each captain:

Alyssa Healy UP Warriorz

The well known wicketkeeper who has providing key starts to her national side Australian women’s team. Healy has scored 379 runs in India with a strike rate of 131. Alongside good numbers, she brings a lot of energy to the crease and undoubtedly the best wicketkeeper in women’s cricket at the time. In Women’s Big Bash League, she plays for Sydney Sixers and has been a successful contributor to the team’s success.

Meg Lanning Delhi Capitals

Delhi Capitals will be delighted to have the most successful T20 captain in their side. She has won 4 shortest format for her national side, the most recent one coming in South Africa. She is an all time great already and her records in India tells why she was most looked after during the bid. In India, she averages over 74 with a high score of 88 runs. She has played only 14 matches in India but scored 522 runs.

Harmanpreet Kaur Mumbai Indians

On her day, Harmanpreet Kaur is one of the most destructive hitter in women’s cricket. She lead Indian side to commonwealth finals then to a World Cup semi-final and almost cruised the team to the finals. A hot headed and supportive captain who knows how to get best of her players. While batting in India in 44 matches she has played in T20IS, she has scored over 1000 runs at an average of around 31.

Beth Mooney Gujarat Giant

Always calm and composed, Beth Mooney knows how to pioneer her team’s path to a destined victory. She’s a number one batter in Women’s Big Bash League playing for Brisbane Heat. Her record in international T20 is as phenomenal as it can be.

No wonder why she is called the lord saviour by Australian fans. Mooney has played only 11 T20i innings in India, her average is 48.71 and total runs 341.

Smriti Mandhana Royal Challengers Bangalore

The classy left handed batter Smriti Mandhana will lead Royal Challengers Bangalore in WPL. She has vice captain of Indian women’s team and on some occasions, has even captained the side so she comes with experience and skills to manage those situations. Mandhana has scored over 750 runs in 34 T20i matches played in India.