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UPW vs MI, WPL 2023: Mumbai Indians Strengthen Their Top Spot With A Fourth Consecutive Win Over UP Warriorz - In Pics

Mumbai Indians showed their supremacy in the ongoing Women's Premier League as they cruised to an eight-wicket victory over UP Warriorz to record their fourth straight win in the WPL 2023 in Mumbai on Sunday. Saika Ishaque (3/33) led Mumbai Indians' fightback with the ball to derail UP Warriorz, who looked set to register a competitive total after half-centuries from Alyssa Healy (58) and Tahlia McGrath (50). UP Warriorz slumped from 140 for 3 in the 17th over to finish at 159 for 6 after electing to bat, and with 160 to get, Mumbai Indians overhauled the target on the back of captain Harmanpreet Kaur's unbeaten 53 and Nat Sciver-Brunt's 45 not out, with Yastika Bhatia (42) playing a strong hand at the top. Harmanpreet and Sciver-Brunt added an unbeaten 106 for the third wicket as Mumbai reached 164 for 2 in 17.3 overs.

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Mumbai Indians showed their supremacy in the ongoing Women's Premier League as they cruised to an eight-wicket victory over UP Warriorz to record their fourth straight win in the WPL 2023 in Mumbai on Sunday. Saika Ishaque (3/33) led Mumbai Indians' fightback with the ball to derail UP Warriorz, who looked set to register a competitive total after half-centuries from Alyssa Healy (58) and Tahlia McGrath (50). UP Warriorz slumped from 140 for 3 in the 17th over to finish at 159 for 6 after electing to bat, and with 160 to get, Mumbai Indians overhauled the target on the back of captain Harmanpreet Kaur's unbeaten 53 and Nat Sciver-Brunt's 45 not out, with Yastika Bhatia (42) playing a strong hand at the top. Harmanpreet and Sciver-Brunt added an unbeaten 106 for the third wicket as Mumbai reached 164 for 2 in 17.3 overs.

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