UPW-W vs RCB-W, 1st Innings Highlight: Bangalore all out UP for 135 runs, Ellyse Perry took 3 wickets

UPW-W vs RCB-W, 1st Innings Highlight: Bangalore all out UP for 135 runs, Ellyse Perry took 3 wickets

Women IPL: The 13th match of Women’s Premier League i.e. Women’s IPL is being played between UP Warriors and Royal Challengers Bangalore. RCB will be hoping for their first win in this match as they have bowled out UP for just 135 runs in 19.3 overs.  In this match, RCB decided to bowl first after winning the toss and they have got off to a great start.

RCB restrict UP to a low score

RCB sent three UP batsmen to the pavilion for just 5 runs and pushed them on the backfoot. After that the RCB bowlers did not stop and on just 31 runs, they sent half of the UP team back to the pavilion. Ellyse Perry did the best bowling for RCB. He took 3 wickets for just 16 runs in 4 overs. On the other hand, Sophie Devine took 2 wickets by giving 23 runs in 4 overs and Asha Shobana also took 2 wickets by giving 27 runs in 4 overs. Apart from these, Megana Suchit and Shreyanka Patil also took 1-1 wickets. 

Will RCB get their first win?

On the other hand, if we look at the batting of UP Warriors, then Grace Harris scored maximum runs from their side. He played an inning of 46 runs in 32 balls. Apart from them, Kiran Navgir and Deepti Sharma also played innings of 22-22 runs and apart from these three, no batsman could score more runs. Now it has to be seen whether the Bangalore team gets its first win today or not. The start of the Women’s Premier League has been very bad for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Bangalore is the only team in the women’s IPL, which has not won a single match so far. The Bangalore team has played 5 matches in WPL 2023 so far and they have faced defeat in all the five matches. Now it will be very interesting to see that it will be very interesting whether RCB will be able to taste victory even after stopping UP in a low score today.

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