WPL 2024: Flop XI of the tournament

Witnessing the 24-day cricketing action, it's time to prepare the worst XI of the competition.

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UPW vs GGW (Photo Source: WPL T20)

The 2024 Women’s Premier League (WPL) ended after entertaining cricket supporters for 24 days. Delhi Capitals (DC) qualified for the final of the tournament for two consecutive times but didn’t get success in lifting the trophy like the previous year. On one side, the DC camp is going through sorrow while on the other side, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) have made their fans proud after pocketing an eight-wicket win and lifting the coveted trophy. 

Following the competition, Ellyse Perry and Shreyanka Patil are getting commended for making a massive contribution to Challengers’ title victory while Meg Lanning is also receiving appreciation for leading Capitals from the front. Unlike these players, some players looked completely out of rhythm in the competition and delivered disappointment to their teams. 

Here is the flop XI of the 2024 WPL

1. Alyssa Healy (C) & (WK)

Alyssa Healy
Alyssa Healy. (Photo Source: X(Twitter)

UP Warriorz concluded their campaign in the league round due to their dismal performance. One of the reasons for their failure was their skipper Alyssa Healy’s flop batting show. As a skipper, expectations were high for her but she couldn’t fulfill her responsibility. 

Appearing in eight games, she could score only 175 runs at a miserable strike rate of 117.44. In the do-or-die game against Gujarat Giants (GG), UPW  faced an eight-run loss and was knocked out of the competition. Following a target of 153, UPW required their captain to play a quality knock, but she fell after scoring only four runs.

Also Check: Top 5 hyped players who performed below expectations in WPL 2024 

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