2024 Women’s Premier League

2024 Women’s Premier League | Players To Watch Out

The second season of the Women’s Premier League will be held from 23 February to 17 March 2024.


Mumbai Indians were the champions in the inaugural season of the Women Premier League cricket


Presented By: Raghunath Nair



Matches in the Women Premier League cricket will be played at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore and The Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi, with the latter to host the knockout stages.


Women’s Premier League Team

 Like in 2023, the new season will also feature five Women’s Premier League Team


Delhi Capitals
Gujarat Giants
Mumbai Indians
Royal Challengers Bangalore
UP Warriorz



Women Premier League Schedule


The 2024 Women’s Premier League Final will be played on 17 March 2024 at The Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi

With the successful inaugural season, there is a lot of anticipation and anxiety for the second season of the Women’s Premier League.

With additional players included in the mini-auction, the second season of the Women Premier League cricket promises to be even bigger and widely watched.

With The Hundred and Big Bash League already doing well, The Women’s Premier League has captured the hearts and minds of every cricket fan.

Mumbai Indians were the inaugural Champions but players from all teams left a big mark on the Women Premier League cricket tournament

Indian Cricket unearthed some great new players who made it to the national team after their successful WPL debuts.

Saika Ishaque, Tanuja Kanwar, Tara Norris, Shreyanka Patil, Minu Manni, Disha Kasat, and many more announced themselves into the women’s game of the Women Premier League cricket and left a mark.


The 2024 Season of the Women Premier League cricket will also see some big performances and unearth some fresh talent.

Top 10 Players to Watch Out

Meg Lanning (Delhi Capitals)

Last Season: 345 runs

Meg Lanning

Lanning has recently retired from all forms of cricket and will look to give full attention to WPL. This may prove a boon for the Capitals who were in touching distance to the cup in the last season.


Hayley Matthews (Mumbai Indians)

Last Season: 271 runs, 16 wickets

Hayley Matthews

An Absolute superstar, Hayley will look to continue where she left in the last season and continue the WPL with both bat and ball.

She was in the top leading wicket takers and run getter in the last season.

She was the player of the tournament and gave me match winning performance in the finals

Expect more fireworks from the West Indian


Nat Sciver-Brunt (Mumbai Indians)

Last Season: 332 runs, 10 wickets

Nat Sciver-Brunt

Nat Sciver was the go-to player for Captain Harmanpreet when Mumbai Indians needed the most.

She will be expected to play a similar role in Mumbai India’s quest to defend their title


Chamari Atthapattu (UP Warriorz)

Chamari Atthapattu

Chamari Atthapattu missed the inaugural WPL Season but was bought in the mini auction this year to replace Lauren Bell.

Atthapattu gives the option of bowling and batting which will make her one of the players to watch.

She was the second-highest run-scorer in the Women’s Big Bash League 2023 for the Sydney Thunder.


Shafali Verma (Delhi Capitals)

Last Season: 252 runs

Shafali Verma

Her Partnership of 162 with Meg Lanning against Royal Challengers Bangalore was the highest partnership of the season.


Marizanne Kapp (Delhi Capitals)

Last Season: 177 runs, 9 wickets

Marizanne Kapp

Marizanne Kapp is arguably the biggest player in South African Women Cricket. She is one of the most competitive players in the T20 Format and contributes with Bat and Ball. Kapp is one of the best all-rounders in international cricket currently.

In the 2023 Season of the Women Premier League cricket , she had a batting strike rate of 121.23, and she maintained an average of 44.25.

Her best bowling figure in WPL is 5/15 against Gujarat Giants.


Shreyanka Patil (Royal Challengers Bangalore)

Last Season:  62 runs, 6 wickets

Shreyanka Patil

No debutant from India impressed as much as Shreyanka Patil. She impressed in all the games she played for the RCB and will be a player to watch out for.

Along with her impressive bowling, she is known for her aggressive batting style and athletic fielding.

Her spin bowling makes her a player to watch out for in WPL 2024.

Now, with a year with the national team, she will be a more confident player this season.


Danny Wyatt (UP Warriorz)

Danny Wyatt

After missing out in the last WPL, Danielle Nicole Wyatt will be eager to prove a point. She has been one of the best players in the shorter format and will be one of the top players to look for in this season.


Amelia Kerr (Mumbai Indians)

Last Season: 149 runs, 15 wickets

Amelia Kerr

The New Zealand Allrounder will continue to be a very important player for the Mumbai Indians and contribute both with bat and ball for the Mumbai Indians. From being a Specialized Leg spinner, Amelia Kerr has improved her batting skills in the past few years making her one of the leading all-rounders in the world today.


Sophie Ecclestone  (UP Warriorz)

Last Season: 16 wickets

Sophie Ecclestone

World’s Best bowler in the T20 format was one of the leading wicket-takers in the WPL 2023 season.

Sophie Ecclestone has recently also become a useful batter and has contributed



The upcoming season of the Women Premier League cricket will be played at 7:30 PM similar to the IPL and Women Premier League Schedule will feature only single headers.

11 matches will be held in Bangalore with the remaining nine league matches and the two Playoff matches taking place in Delhi.

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