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WPL Points Table 2024

22 matchesFeb 23 - Mar 17

The second season of the Women's Premier League (WPL) starts on February 23, with the final scheduled to be held on March 17. The matches will be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru and the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi. As was the case last year, five teams will face each other in eight matches in a round-robin league stage. Each team will face each other twice, with one match each played at both sides' "home" and "away" venues, although it will only be Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals who will truly be playing in front of their home crowds. The teams that will participate this season, apart from DC and RCB are defending champions Mumbai Indians, UP Warriorz and Gujarat Giants. DC finished top of the table last season with MI in second place. UP took up third spot, thus playing a one-match Eliminator against MI. MI won the match and beat DC in the final to win the inaugural title. The format will be the same this season as well, with the team finishing top of the table qualifying directly for the final and facing the side that wins the Eliminator between the second and third-placed teams.

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WPL Points Table

PosTeams
1
2
3
4
5
MatchesWonLostTiedNRPointsNRRSeries Form
8620012+1.198
WWLWW
8530010+0.024
LWWLW
844008+0.306
WLLWL
835006-0.371
LWLLW
826004-1.158
LWLWL

Pos: Position, Pld: Played, Pts: Points, NRR: Net Run Rate

WPL Points Table FAQs

  • What is the league format this season?

    The format for the league matches in the second season of the Women's Premier League (WPL) will be the same as the first. Each team will face each other twice, with one match each played at both sides' "home" and "away" venues, although it will only be Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals who will truly be playing in front of their home crowds. The team finishing top of the table qualifies directly for the final where they will face the side that wins the Eliminator between the second and third-placed teams.

  • Who finished in the top three last season?

    Delhi Capitals finished top of the table last season with MI in second place. UP took up third spot, thus playing a one-match Eliminator against MI. MI won the match and beat DC in the final to win the inaugural title.

  • Will the timings be the same as last year?

    Yes, they will be, which means all matches start at 7.30pm IST. Unlike last year, though, there will be no double-headers.

  • How many matches will each team play in the league stage?

    Each team will play eight matches, thus making it 20 matches in the league stage. A total of 22 matches will be played over the course of the season.

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