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Recent Match Report – RCB Women vs MI Women 9th Match 2023/24

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Mumbai Indians 133 for 3 (Kerr 40*, Bhatia 31, Patil 1-15) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore 131 for 6 (Perry 44*, Wareham 27, Vastrakar 2-14, Sciver-Brunt 2-27) by seven wickets

Mumbai Indians exhibited the qualities that makes them a strong outfit in the Women’s Premier League and notched up a seven-wicket win over Royal Challengers Bangalore despite missing a couple of their frontline players – Harmanpreet Kaur and Shabnim Ismail.

Ismail’s replacement, Issy Wong, set the tone early with the new ball, key India allrounder Pooja Vastrakar left her imprints in the middle phase with the ball, Saika Ishaque was back among the wickets after a quiet start to the competition, all while stand-in captain Nat Sciver-Brunt left her footprints on the field, with the ball and later with the bat. All these meant that RCB were kept to a mere 131 – despite an unbeaten 38-ball 44 from Ellyse Perry who returned to the XI – a total which Mumbai assailed over with little fuss.

In doing so, Mumbai not just went to the top of the points table for WPL 2024, but also maintained a clean slate in run-chases in the competition.

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