“WPL 2024: Mumbai Indians vs. Delhi Capitals Live Stream – Where to Watch MI vs. DC Clash”

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The second edition of the Women’s Premier League, starting with a high-profile match between champions Mumbai Indians and runners-up Delhi Capitals on February 23, will be optimistic about fulfilling its goal of providing a platform to talented domestic players. The inaugural edition held in Mumbai saw foreign stars shining, and Indians will hope to make headlines this year as the tournament takes on a multi-city format, with New Delhi hosting as the second host city. While Capitals’ captain Meg Lanning, who has now retired from international cricket, claimed the Orange Cap last year for scoring the most runs, Mumbai’s Helle Mathews grabbed the Purple Cap for taking 16 wickets.

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Amidst the excitement of foreign players, Indian cricketers have been striving for consistency and impact over the past year, but now some young domestic stars will keep a real eye on this WPL. Take, for example, Shreyanka Patil of Royal Challengers Bangalore. She was a wide-eyed young cricket player during the 2023 World Cup, stunning everyone by standing shoulder to shoulder with some of the biggest names in women’s cricket.

She played seven matches, but the focus was clearly not on players like Smriti Mandhana or Ellyse Perry.

However, in the last almost 10 months, Patil has carved out her own place. She earned her first Indian cap in December last year, in both Tests and ODIs, besides leaving her mark in the Caribbean Premier League for the Guyana Amazon Warriors.

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In the meantime, the 21-year-old player has added more arrows to her quiver as a power hitter in death overs.

Delhi Capitals’ Titas Sadhu presents a similar story. Despite not getting a single game in the team last year, the profile of the player from West Bengal has changed this year.

Delhi Capitals’ Titas Sadhu presents a similar story. Despite not getting a single game in the team last year, the profile of the player from West Bengal has changed this year.

The medium-fast bowler’s spell of 4-1-6-3 helped India beat Sri Lanka in the finals of the Asian Games, rescuing them from a low target of 117.

Last month, against Australia in Mumbai, picking up four wickets for just 17 runs, Sadhu proved that her performance was no fluke, giving India a rare T20I win over the Australian team.

So, ignoring Sadhu’s claim to stay in the starting XI against Mumbai or at least some matches later will be difficult for Delhi management.

Capitals also have a talent eager to make a mark in WPL – Minnu Mani. Signing the first player from Kerala for WPL contract, however, last year her participation was limited to just three matches and two innings for batting. But since then, Minnu has played in four T20Is for India and has shown promise with her clever off-break bowling. Even while Minnu’s style of bowling will undoubtedly be put through a test at Chinnaswamy Stadium, she also has an opportunity to make an indelible mark that will only bolster her journey moving forward. But this tournament is not just about the contenders, it’s also about the leading players.

“I have not been to Bangalore before, so it’s nice to experience a new city,” Lanning said at the inaugural press conference on Thursday. “I have personally thoroughly enjoyed it thus far and I know the other girls have as well.

“Like anywhere in India, they’re cricket mad…love their cricket and support it extremely well and that will certainly play out as the games go here. I think it is great that the WPL is able to move around and be in different cities to expose the game to different fans and new fans, hopefully.

“I have only just sort of seen the stadium for the first time over the last couple of days, but it looks a pretty cool stadium. Hopefully, there are a lot of people here tomorrow night and throughout the tournament to experience the WPL. It is certainly a great spectacle.”

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