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WPL 2023: Nat Sciver-Brunt reveals Mumbai Indians’ technique behind reaching playoffs

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India Today Sports Desk

Nat Sciver-Brunt mentioned that Mumbai Indians are “playing from heart” within the first-ever WPL 2023. Mumbai Indians grew to become the primary staff to qualify for the playoffs.

Delhi,UPDATED: Mar 14, 2023 23:45 IST

Mumbai Indians have certified for the WPL 2023 playoffs. (Photo: PTI)

By India Today Sports Desk: Mumbai Indians all-rounder Nat Sciver-Brunt mentioned that everybody in her staff is taking part in from their hearts within the inaugural version of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023.

Mumbai Indians on Tuesday (March 14) grew to become the primary staff to qualify for the playoffs after securing a 55-run victory over Gujarat Giants. MI are additionally the one unbeaten aspect within the event, having gained all their 5 matches to this point.

Sciver-Brunt mentioned that Mumbai Indians are attempting to be constant as they have gamers who can hit runs and take wickets. MI’s spinner Saika Ishaque is the purple cap holder, having picked up essentially the most variety of wickets (12) within the competitors.

“I guess looking at all the teams, everyone has their strengths and we seem to be in form. We’re having a good time. I didn’t get as much swing tonight (against Gujarat Giants). I don’t know if it has anything to do with dew but it’s been good to open the bowling and try to put pressure on the batters from the start,” mentioned Sciver-Brunt after MI beat GG.

“In-form batters is good in a competition but it was good to get other people out in the middle and get used to the wickets. They’ll all be a little slower from now on and getting used to that was a little tricky. We’re just trying to be consistent. We’ve got players taking wickets and scoring runs well. We just don’t want to be complacent. We’re doing well, playing from the heart and enjoying ourselves,” she added.

Harmanpreet Kaur performed a captain’s knock to carry Mumbai Indians to 162/8. In reply, Gujarat Gianst have been restricted to 107/9 after Sciver-Brunt returned with 3/21 and Hayley Matthews with 3/23. MI will subsequent tackle UP Warriorz on March 18.

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Mar 14, 2023