Mumbai Indians women v UP Warriorz – WPL 2024 Match 14 Highlights

Mumbai Indians and UP Warriorz faced off against each other on 7 March 2024. This will be their second encounter during the tournament. Previously, UP won the match with a huge margin of 7 wickets. Kiran Navgire was the star of the show with her 57 quickfire runs. Now, MI is out for revenge.

We have updated the points table.

Mumbai Indians are at the 2nd place in the points table, while UP is struggling at the lower end of the table as they won this encounter with a margin of 42 runs.

Let’s see how things turned out to be.

Match details – Mumbai Indians Women vs. UP Warriorz Women

UP Warriorz vs. Mumbai Indians women
Date7 March 2024
Time7 PM
VenueArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
Match number14
UmpiresMohit Krishnadas
Pashchim Pathak
TV UmpireN Janani
Reserve UmpireAbhijit Bhattacharya
Match RefereeVarsha Nagre


MI-W has won the toss. Things have started well for them. Well, they have opted to bat first. Let’s see how they take advantage of this.


UP WarriorzMumbai Indians Women
Alyssa Healy (w/c)Hayley Matthews
Kiran NavgireYastika Bhatia (w)
Chamari AthapaththuNat Sciver-Brunt
Grace HarrisHarmanpreet Kaur (c)
Shweta SehrawatAmelia Kerr
Deepti SharmaPooja Vastrakar
Uma ChetryAmanjot Kaur
Poonam KhemnarS Sajana
Sophie EcclestoneHumaira Kazi
Rajeshwari GayakwadShabnim Ismail
Saima ThakorSaika Ishaque

Mumbai Indians | 160-6

  • Both teams will be delighted with the final result, but both would believe they might have performed more.
  • Mumbai lost their openers early and didn’t get off to a good start, but Sciver-Brunt and Harmanpreet kept the clock ticking.
  • The duo put up a 50-plus partnership for the third wicket and stabilized the innings, but they died just as they were ready to accelerate.
  • Kerr gave the innings a boost, while Sajana made a useful cameo toward the finish.
  • UP were good with the ball, but their fielding might have been better; there were several catches dropped, and the outcome may have been otherwise if they were all caught.

UP Warriorz | 118-9

  • 161 was a respectable number, and MI made it appear like an absolute mountain.
  • The Warriorz pursuit never got off; by the end of the powerplay, they were 17/3 and couldn’t recover. Wickets fell at regular intervals, making for a weak batting effort.
  • Deepti Sharma was the only one who scored runs; she hit a fifty, but it was only consolation at best.
  • Saika Ishaque was the standout bowler, taking three wickets, while Sciver-Brunt claimed two.
  • The Warriorz hitters lacked application tonight, and this defeat will have a negative impact on their NRR moving ahead.


MI-W won the toss and chose to bat first.
Nat Sciver-Brunt 45 (31)Chamari Athapaththu 2-27
Amelia Kerr 39 (23)Deepti Sharma 1-31
Harmanpreet Kaur 33 (30)Saima Thakor 1-19
TARGET = 161 runs
Deepti Sharma 53 (36)Amelia Kerr 2-22
Shweta Sehrawat 17 (15)Nat Sciver-Brunt 1-24
Sophie Ecclestone 16(17)Grace Harris 15 (23)
RESULT = MI Women won by 42 runs
PoM = Nat Sciver-Brunt

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