WPl 2023 : Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Pitch Report, Women T20 Records

Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Pitch Report

Since its establishment in 1937, the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai has hosted a number of international games, including women’s matches.

The Mumbai men’s and women’s cricket teams call this location, which is owned by the Cricket Club of India (CCI), home. Many domestic and international matches, including some Indian Premier League games, have taken place at this location.

Over the years, the Mumbai stadium has also been the primary home of the first-year IPL champion Rajasthan Royals as well as the record IPL champion Mumbai Indians.

The Dr. DY Patil Sports Academy and the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai will serve as the two venues for the first Women’s Premier League, or WPL 2023.

Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Pitch Report
Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Pitch Report

The WPL 2023 final will be one of the 11 games played at the Brabourne stadium in Mumbai. The other 11 games, including the eliminator, will be played at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.

On March 5, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Delhi Capitals will square off in the venue’s first game. RCB and Gujarat Giants will be playing five of their matches at the venue, while DC and MI will play three games each at Brabourne. UP Warriorz will play four matches at the venue.

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Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Information

Seating Capacity: 50,000

Ends: Pavilion and Churchgate

Boundary Dimensions: The square and behind square boundaries are shorter, averaging from 58-65 meters, while straighter boundaries are a little longer, averaging around 66-72 meters.

Number of matches hosted: 12 Women’s ODIs, 10 Women’s T20Is, 18 Men’s Tests, 9 Men’s ODIs, 1 Men’s T20I and 26 IPL matches

Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Pitch Report

well-known for being batting-friendly, but should also help bowlers. It will be a batters heaven nevertheless because of the dew factor and the shorter boundaries.

Mumbai Brabourne Stadium Weather Forecast

The first day of the Indian summer will be extremely hot and muggy, with a high of 33 degrees Celsius, but the nights will be milder, with a low of 22 degrees Celsius forecast. During the competition, there may be a few afternoon thunderstorms as well as a few gloomy days.

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