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WPL 2024 Final : Women's Premier League Final Today; Delhi will face Royal Challengers leader

New Delhi : News Agency : Royal Challengers Bangalore beat defending champions Mumbai Indians by 5 runs to reach the final in Women's Premier League 2024 semi-final match. RCB, now playing under the leadership of Smriti Mandhan, will face Delhi Capitals today on Sunday. Both the teams are in good form and Delhi have reached the final for the second season in a row.

RCB's performance was not very good last season. But this season he made a strong comeback. RCB has reached the final for the first time. So there is no doubt that they will fight for their first title. On the other hand, Delhi will also put all their efforts to capture the title that was lost in the first season. So this year's final match will be strong.

WPL 2024 Final: How much prize money will the winner of the Women's Premier League get?

Women's Premier League 2023 was won by Mumbai Indians. At that time, he received a prize money of Rs 6 crore as the winner; While the runner-up Delhi Capitals got Rs 3 crore. BCCI has not yet given any information about the amount of money this year's Premier League winners will get. Therefore, like last year, the winning and runner-up teams are likely to get prize money.

WPL 2024 Final: Teams to choose from

Delhi Capitals Squad: Meg Lenning (captain), Tania Bhatia, Jemima Rodriguez, Shefali Verma, Elise Capsi, Marijan Cap, Shikha Pandey, Annabelle Sutherland, Jess Johnson, Minnu Mani, Poonam Yadav, Arundhati Reddy, Titas Sadhu, Radha Yadav, Ashwani Kumari, Aparna Mondal, Sneha Dipti

Royal Challenger Bangalore Squad: Smriti Mandhana (captain), Richa Ghosh, Disha Kasat, Meghna, Indrani Roy, Shubha Satish, Simran Bhadur, Nadine de Klerk, Sophie Devine, Shreyanka Patil, Elise Perry, Ekta Bisht, Kate Cross, Sophie Molyneux, Renuka Thakur Singh, Georgia, Shraddha Pokharkar, Asha Shobhana.

WPL 2024 Final : Defeat as I was eliminated : Harman

Mumbai Indians captain Harmanpreet Kaur looked upset after not reaching the final. After the loss, Harmanpreet said that we only needed one four in the last 12 balls. But we could not succeed in doing so. After I got out, our batsmen came under pressure and that was the biggest turning point in the match.

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