WPL 2023 Points Table: Women’s Premier League is set to commence on 4 March 2023, this will have a total of 22 matches and a total of five teams participating. Each team will play twice against other teams in the tournament so it becomes 20 matches and one Eliminator and Final match.
So, it is going to be a round-robin format with a group system and playoff matches. If a team wins a match, they get 2 points and if they lose then 0 points. The topper of the points table will automatically qualify for the Final match whereas teams in 2nd and 3rd positions will play the Eliminator match.
The winning team in the Eliminator match will play the final against the points table-topper team on 26 March 2023 at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai.
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WPL 2023 Points Table & Team Standings
If you are a fan of any of the five teams playing or just a WPL fan, we are sure that you want to keep an eye on the WPL 2023 points table to see the performance of your teams as well. This gives a clear picture of which team is gonna make their way to the Final.
|W W L W W
|W L L W W
|L W W L L
|Royal Challengers Bangalore
|L W W L L
|L L W L L
Last updated: 22 March 2023
Also read: IPL 2023 Player Retentions List
WPL 2023 Teams, Owners & Captain
There are a total of five franchises in the Women’s Premier League, we may see more teams added in the upcoming seasons but this season, there are a total of 5 teams only.
Three franchises from Indian Premier League have booked their franchise in the WPL also with the same name, those are RCB, DC and the most successful franchise MI.
|INR 1289 Cr
|Royal Challengers Bangalore Woman
|INR 901 Cr
|Delhi Capital Woman
|JSW Group, GMR Group
|INR 810 Cr
|Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
|INR 757 Cr
|Mumbai Indians Woman
|INR 912.99 Cr
Also read: IPL 2023 Schedule, Venues, Format, Teams
WPL 2023 Venues
In the Indian Premier League, we see every franchise has its own home ground so the total venues for the IPL are 10 because there is a total of 10 teams. But this is not the same with the WPL, as it is WPL’s first-ever edition so there are only two venues;
- Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
- DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai
As this is the first season, we may see more venues adding to the tournament in the upcoming seasons of the Women’s Premier League.