Capitals back to winnings ways after a hiccup against MI
- Delhi Capitals smashed Gujarat Giants by 10 wickets on Saturday and would be looking to do a double over RCB
- Royal Challengers Bangalore have lost all four matches in the WPL so far and are on the brink of elimination
The match no. 11 of the WPL 2023 will feature Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore locking horns at Dr DY Patil Stadium on Monday, March 13. Having won three out of four games, all in dominant fashion, Delhi Capitals are heavy favourites with the odds of 1.57
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RCB Women need to find inspiration from somewhere after losing four games on the trot. Smriti Mandhana-led side head into this fixture as the underdogs with much higher odds of 2.25
Bat second the winning mantra at Dr DY Patil Stadium?
The pitches at Dr DY Patil Stadium have provided movement for the seamers up front. Teams batting first have found it hard to cope with assistance for bowlers and the pressure of setting a big target. Three out of the last four games here have been won by the team batting second.
Our pick: Delhi Capitals have an in-form batting unit and a bowling attack that can extract help off the pitch. We predict Delhi Capitals to win the match at 1.57
Meg Lanning and Shafali Verma have been outstanding at the top for Delhi while Marizanne Kapp and Jemimah Rodrigues have also done well. Kapp showed how good she is when there’s movement on offer, while the rest of the bowling attack is pretty good as well.
RCB Women just haven’t managed to put up a convincing and collective batting performance. Smriti Mandhana and Richa Ghosh have been disappointing in particular. With a weak bowling attack, their batters need to start firing.
Keep an eye on…
Smriti Mandhana hasn’t been able to produce an impactful performance so far, failing to spin repeatedly. But she has a stellar T20 record and has the ability to deliver big.
Marizanne Kapp is coming off 5 for 15 in the previous game where she made the most of new ball movement. The South African is a key player for Delhi with her all-round skill.