Royal Challengers Bangalore Women vs Mumbai Indians Women, Match 19 - Live Cricket Score

Women's Premier League, 2023 | 21 Mar 2023, Tue, 3:30 PM IST | Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai

ResultMumbai Indians Women won by 4 wickets


125/9 (20 ov)



129/6 (16.3 ov)

Man of the Match: Amelia Kerr

Smriti MandhanaSmriti Mandhanac Yastika Bhatia b AC Kerr24253196.00
Sophie DevineSophie Devinerunout (Yastika Bhatia / AC Kerr)02000.00
Ellyse PerryEllyse Perrylbw b NR Sciver29383076.32
Heather KnightHeather Knightc Issy Wong b AC Kerr12131092.31
Kanika AhujaKanika Ahujast Yastika Bhatia b AC Kerr12131092.31
Richa GhoshRicha Ghoshc AC Kerr b Issy Wong291332223.08
Shreyanka PatilShreyanka Patilb NR Sciver4310133.33
Megan SchuttMegan Schuttlbw b S Ishaque250040.00
Disha KasatDisha Kasatb Issy Wong250040.00
Sobhana AshaSobhana AshaNot out4300133.33
Extra( b - 4, w - 3, no - 0, lb - 0, p - 0 )7
Total( 6.25 Runs per over )125 (9 Wkts, 20 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

1-1 (Sophie Devine, 0.3), 33-2 (Smriti Mandhana, 6.4), 59-3 (Heather Knight, 10.6), 78-4 (Kanika Ahuja, 14.4), 91-5 (Ellyse Perry, 16.1), 95-6 (Shreyanka Patil, 16.4), 108-7 (Megan Schutt, 17.5), 119-8 (Richa Ghosh, 19.1), 125-9 (Disha Kasat, 19.6)

Natalie Sciver40242026.00
Hayley Matthews40180004.50
Issy wong40262016.50
Amelia Kerr40223005.50
Saiqa Ishaque40311007.75

Hayley MatthewsHayley Matthewsc Smriti Mandhana b Megan Schutt241721141.18
Yastika BhatiaYastika Bhatiac Smriti Mandhana b Shreyanka Patil302660115.38
Natalie SciverNatalie Sciverc Richa Ghosh b S Asha13711185.71
Harmanpreet KaurHarmanpreet Kaurb Ellyse Perry250040.00
Amelia KerrAmelia KerrNot out312740114.81
Pooja VastrakarPooja Vastrakarc Smriti Mandhana b Kanika Ahuja191820105.56
Issy wongIssy wongc Smriti Mandhana b Kanika Ahuja01000.00
Amanjot KaurAmanjot KaurNot out00000.00
Extra( b - 0, w - 8, no - 2, lb - 0, p - 0 )10
Total( 7.74 Runs per over )129 (6 Wkts, 16.3 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

53-1 (Yastika Bhatia, 5.6), 62-2 (Hayley Matthews, 7.1), 72-3 (Natalie Sciver, 8.4), 73-4 (Harmanpreet Kaur, 9.1), 120-5 (Pooja Vastrakar, 15.5), 120-6 (Issy wong, 15.6)

Megan Schutt40191004.75
Sophie Devine101702117.00
Shreyanka Patil30261008.67
Ellyse Perry20181009.00
Sobhana Asha30241018.00
Preeti Bose20110005.50
Kanika Ahuja1052015.00
Smriti Mandhana0.30900118.00



Women's Premier League

Date & Time

21 Mar 2023, Tue, 3:30 PM IST


Mumbai Indians Women elected to bowl


Dr DY Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai


Madanagopal Kuppuraj (India), N Janani (India), Ranjeev Sharma (India, TV)

Match Referee

Anupa Narvekar (India)

weatherWeather Report

Light Rain

pitchPitch Condition


ScoreAvg 1st Inning Score


PredictionWin Prediction

Mumbai Indians Women


Royal Challengers Bangalore will take on the Mumbai Indians in the 19th game of the Women’s Premier League 2023 on Tuesday (March 21) at the Dr DY Patil Sports Academy in Navi Mumbai. Both teams have had an opposite run this season and will be looking to end the group stage on a positive note. Mumbai started with five back-to-back wins and became the first team to qualify for the playoffs. However, two successive losses in the last two games have pushed them to the second position in the points table. The Harmanpreet Kaur-led side will now have to win this game with a huge margin and then hope that Delhi Capitals don’t win their last group stage game later this evening. The first five wins came on the back of a superb batting performance from the top order. The same has not happened in the last two games, so the team has suffered. Saika Ishaque, one of the finds of this season, picked 12 wickets in the first four games and helped change the course of matches on her own. But, she has failed to pick a wicket in the last two games, which has also been one of the reasons for Mumbai’s dreadful recent run.

On the other hand, Bangalore had one of the worst starts, as they lost five consecutive games. They conceded more than 200 runs in two games and then folded for less than 160 runs in the remaining three. However, their luck changed last week against UP Warriorz. Bangalore defeated the Warriorz with the help of an all-round performance. The bowlers first bundled up the Warriorz for just 135 runs, and then batters chased down this total without a sweat. The top order struggled in the initial half, but Kanika Ahuja and Richa Ghosh, two young Indian batters, ensured the team crossed the line. In the previous outing against the Gujarat Giants, the bowlers conceded 188 runs and looked like the script from the first five games will repeat once again. But Sophie Devine had other plans in her mind. She went hard against the Giants’ bowlers right from the word go. The opponents looked clueless throughout the innings as Sophie hit eight sixes and nine fours. She failed to create history as she was dismissed for 99 runs, but Bangalore chased down the mammoth target in just 15.3 overs. Bangalore are currently in the fourth position in the points table with four points and have already been eliminated.

Playing XI

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women

Mumbai Indians Women


Komal Zanzad
Komal Zanzad
Indrani Roy
Indrani Roywk
Poonam Nanasaheb Khemnar
Poonam Nanasaheb Khemnar
Sahana Pawar
Sahana Pawar
Neelam Bisht
Neelam Bisht
Dhara Gujjar
Dhara Gujjar
Priyanka Bala
Priyanka Balawk
Sonam Yadav
Sonam Yadav