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Most Fours in WPL 2023

Most Fours in WPL 2023: Scoring runs via boundaries is a must factor in short-format games like the Women’s Premier League. BCCI launched the WPL in 2023 with a total of 5 teams competing to lift the trophy.

BCCI have received INR 4669.99 crores in the Women’s Premier League team Auction. All matches of the inaugural edition of the WPL 2023 will be played in Mumbai’s Brabourne and DYP Stadium.

Most Fours in WPL 2023

Most Fours in WPL 2023: Though we have listed the WPL 2023 most runs post many fans still keep an eye on the Highest Individual Run In WPL 2023 season. Apart from those two we have listed the players with the Most Fours in WPL 2023 below:

Player Mat Runs 4s HS Ave SR 100 50 6s
MM Lanning 2 142 24 72 71 167.05 0 2 3
HK Matthews 2 124 16 77 124 179.71 0 1 5
H Kaur 2 65 14 65 65 216.66 0 1 0
Nat Sciver-Brunt 2 78 14 55 78 165.95 0 1 1
TM McGrath 2 90 11 90 90 176.47 0 1 4
Shafali Verma 2 101 11 84 50.5 171.18 0 1 5
S Mandhana 2 58 10 35 29 145 0 0 1
M Schutt 2 50 8 30 50 151.51 0 0 0
GM Harris 1 59 7 59 226.92 0 1 3
H Deol 2 46 7 46 23 135.29 0 0 0
JI Rodrigues 2 56 7 34 151.35 0 0 0
AC Kerr 2 45 6 45 187.5 0 0 1
EA Perry 2 44 6 31 22 169.23 0 0 1
AJ Healy 2 31 6 24 15.5 124 0 0 0
KP Navgire 2 55 5 53 27.5 122.22 0 1 2
M Kapp 2 55 5 39 55 189.65 0 0 3
S Meghana 2 26 5 24 13 136.84 0 0 0
SFM Devine 2 30 5 16 15 136.36 0 0 1
YH Bhatia 2 24 4 23 12 88.88 0 0 0
SR Patil 1 23 4 23 23 153.33 0 0 0
JL Jonassen 2 42 3 42 210 0 0 3
D Hemalatha 2 50 3 29 138.88 0 0 3
RM Ghosh 2 30 3 28 15 100 0 0 1
KS Ahuja 2 22 3 22 11 157.14 0 0 1
P Vastrakar 2 15 3 15 15 187.5 0 0 0
HC Knight 2 34 2 34 17 154.54 0 0 2
A Gardner 2 25 2 25 12.5 125 0 0 1
DP Vaidya 2 27 2 23 13.5 96.42 0 0 0
SIR Dunkley 1 13 2 13 13 118.18 0 0 0
MC Patel 1 10 2 10 10 111.11 0 0 0
G Wareham 1 8 2 8 8 72.72 0 0 0
S Ecclestone 2 22 1 22 183.33 0 0 1
A Capsey 2 21 1 21 21 210 0 0 2
DB Sharma 2 23 1 12 11.5 63.88 0 0 0
S Rana 2 10 1 9 10 111.11 0 0 0
S Verma 1 9 1 9 9 69.23 0 0 0
DD Kasat 2 9 1 9 4.5 69.23 0 0 0
A Sutherland 2 14 1 8 7 58.33 0 0 0
Simran Shaikh 2 6 1 6 6 120 0 0 0
S Sehrawat 2 6 1 5 3 50 0 0 0
M Joshi 2 6 0 6 6 31.57 0 0 0
IECM Wong 2 6 0 6 600 0 0 1
Preeti Bose 2 3 0 2 33.33 0 0 0
S Asha 1 2 0 2 2 66.66 0 0 0
Renuka Singh 2 2 0 2 2 40 0 0 0
TP Kanwar 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BL Mooney 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

WPL Teams and Captains 2023

WPL Teams and Captains 2023: BCCI has received INR 4669.99 crores in the Women’s Premier League team Auction. Following are the details of the WPL 2023 Teams Captains:

Team Name Owner City Captain Amount
Gujarat Giants Adani Group Ahmedabad Beth Mooney INR 1289 Cr
Mumbai Indians Reliance Industries Mumbai Harmanpreet Kaur INR 912.99 Cr
Royal Challengers Bangalore Diageo Bengaluru Smriti Mandhana INR 901 Cr
Delhi Capitals JSW–GMR Delhi Meg Lanning INR 810 Cr
UP Warriorz Capri Global Lucknow Alyssa Healy INR 757 Cr

WPL 2023 Format 

WPL 2023 Format: Women’s Premier League 2023 will follow the Round Robin format with Group System and Playoffs format. Following are the details of the Women’s Premier League 2023 Format:

  • All participating(5) teams will play against each other twice which will mark a total of 20 league matches.
  • The topper of the Women’s Premier League 2023 Points Table will directly qualify for the final.
  • The eliminator match will be played between the 2nd and 3rd placed teams.
  • The winner of the eliminator will qualify as the second finalist for the Women’s Premier League 2023 final match.

The BCCI has also said March will remain the window for the WPL. From the 2026 season, the WPL could comprise “33-34″ matches but the BCCI has not fleshed out any detail on the tournament structure.

WPL 2023 Rules

Team combination will always play a crucial role in the team’s strength. Each team also bag backup players during the auction event. Following are the details of Women’s Premier League 2023 Rules:

  • Each team is allowed a maximum squad size of 18 players
  • No team can have more than six overseas players in their squad
  • A team will be allowed to have a maximum of five overseas players, four of whom may come from Full Member nations and the fifth from an Associate Member nation.