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Mumbai vs Gujarat, WPL 2023: Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai, Pitch history and WPL records

This will be the second meeting between the Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians in the Women’s Premier League 2023.

When MI and GG met in the inaugural match of WPL 2023, MI won massively. GG will be keen to avenge that loss when they meet MI in Mumbai later tonight.

Here’s a look at the history of the pitch at Brabourne Stadium before the match between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians starts.

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Records & statistics for Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai in the WPL

The pitch at Brabourne Stadium has been a batting paradise in the WPL 2023.

As more matches are played on the same ground, the wickets will get slower.

In the previous two matches, teams batting second have won on this ground comfortably. It is not surprising if the skipper winning the toss opts to field first tonight.

WPL matches played: 5

Matches won by teams batting first: 2

Matches won by teams batting second: 3

Matches Tied: 0

Matches Abandoned: 0

Highest individual score: 96* – Alyssa Healy (UPW) vs. Royal Challengers Bangalore, 2023

Best bowling figures: 5/36 – Kim Garth (GG) vs. UP Warriorz, 2023

Highest team score: 211/4 – Delhi Capitals vs. UP Warriorz, 2023

Lowest team score: 64 – Gujarat Giants vs. Mumbai Indians, 2023

Highest successful run-chase: 175/7 – UP Warriorz vs. Gujarat Giants, 2023

Average first-innings score: 161

Brabourne Stadium pitch report

On this wicket, batsmen have scored runs quickly. They have settled in quickly.

In order to avoid leaking too many runs to the opposition, bowlers must execute their plans perfectly.

There has been almost equal success for pacers and spinners on this pitch, but the batsmen have shown no mercy to part-timers.

Taking advantage of the conditions and applying themselves well could lead to a run-fest between the two teams.

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Last WPL match at Brabourne Stadium

Mumbai Indians thrashed UP Warriorz by eight wickets in their last WPL match at the Brabourne Stadium. Harmanpreet Kaur struck a magnificent half-century.

Despite fifties from Alyssa Healy and Tahlia McGrath, MI managed to keep the UP Warriorz to 159/6 thanks to Saika Ishaque’s three-wicket haul.

Nat Sciver-Brunt and Yastika Bhatia scored thirties in response, and Kaur made a half-century to guide MI home.

The UP Warriorz 159/6 (Alyssa Healy 58, Saika Ishaque 3/33), lost to the Mumbai Indians 164/2 (Harmanpreet Kaur 53*, Sophie Ecclestone 1/30) by 8 wickets.

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