WPL 2024 Predictions: Potential champion, runner-up, and playoff participants

Check out predictions for the potential champion, runner-up, and playoff participants of the Women's Premier League. Stay informed and ahead of the game with our expert analysis of the tournament, only on Sky247.

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Who will claim the glory?

Who will claim the glory? (Source: Twitter)

As the second season of the Women's Premier League (WPL) unfolds, the excitement intensifies as fans eagerly speculate about the final standings of each team at the end of the season. With three matches played by almost every team, the competition has reached a pivotal stage.


In this article, we delve into the current performances, strengths, and strategies of each WPL team to predict their standings at the culmination of Season 2. By analysing key player contributions, team dynamics, and match outcomes, we aim to offer insights into the potential outcomes that will shape the narrative of this thrilling women's cricket league.

#5. Gujarat Giants:

Gujarat Giants


The Gujarat Giants find themselves at the bottom without a win. Similar to UP Warriorz, their batting and bowling units face challenges. However, they have played fewer games than other teams, which gives them a chance to bounce back.

The absence of a quality Indian pool adds to their woes, making a climb in the standings a challenging task. A fifth-place finish is likely unless significant improvements occur.

#4. UP Warriorz:


UP Warriorz

UP Warriorz struggled with both batting and bowling units but showed resilience by bouncing back against a strong Mumbai Indians team. With a mixed performance, their current position might be maintained or slightly improved, landing them in the middle of the standings.

They are currently 4th on the points table with a single win in three games. UP has lost against Delhi and Bangalore in the first two games. However, the team would like to continue their winning run and make a surprise comeback.

#3. Delhi Capitals Women:

Delhi Capitals Women

Delhi Capitals women faced an initial setback against defending champions Mumbai Indian women. However, they made a strong comeback with wins against UP Warriorz and Royal Challengers Bangalore Women.

The middle order, led by Shafali Verma and Kapp, has been scoring runs. However, skipper Meg Lanning's lack of form and the struggles of other bowlers pose challenges. Their recent victories indicate a potential rise in their standings. Last year’s finalists are predicted to finish 3rd in the points table.

#2. Mumbai Indians Women:

Mumbai Indians Women

Despite starting the tournament with a bang, the defending champions find themselves in an injury loop. They are facing injury issues with skipper Harmanpreet Kaur and pacer Shabnam Ismail. However, Mumbai Indian women have shown resilience.

Their performance parallels that of the previous season, but the absence of key players could impact their chances. As per our prediction, the team might finish second with the right adjustments. They are currently 3rd on the points table with two wins in three games.

#1. Royal Challengers Bangalore Women:

Royal Challengers Bangalore Women

With a balanced batting and bowling unit, Royal Challengers Bangalore women have been exceptional. Smriti Mandhana and Ellyse Perry's phenomenal performances have been highlights. The team needs improvement in their bowling department.

However, their consistent form suggests a strong possibility of claiming the top position. The Mandhana-led team currently occupies 2nd place in the points table with two wins in three games, with a solitary loss coming against Delhi Capitals Women.

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