In the few games that have been played thus far in the Women's Premier League (WPL) 2023, supporters have received value for their money. Mumbai Indians, Delhi Capitals, and UP Warriorz all had incredible starts but Gujarat Giants and Royal Challengers Bangalore faltered under the weight of the competition.
With a significant rule change, players will now be able to use DRS to review wide and no-ball calls for the first time in T20 tournaments. This regulation modification is now being applied in the WPL, and it will also be followed in the future Indian Premier League (IPL).
With a significant rule change, players will now be able to use DRS to review wide and no-ball calls for the first time in T20 tournaments.This regulation modification is now being applied in the WPL, and it will also be followed in the future IPL games.
Women's Premier League had a statement release for the news which stated:
A player may request a review of any decision taken by the on-field umpires concerning whether or not a batter is dismissed, with the exception of Timed Out (Player Review),
A player may also be allowed to review any decision taken by on-field umpires concerning wide or no-ball,
The WPL is currently already playing under the regulation that players may review wides and no-balls.It was utilised in the competition's opening game between Gujarat Giants and Mumbai Indians.
One of Saika Ishaque's delivery was called a wide but the decision was overturned with the help of a DRS review.
it was also utilised in the second game against Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore.When Jemimah Rodrigues, a star player for India, requested a review after Megan Schutt's full toss was not deemed a no-ball. Nevertheless, this time, the judgement was upheld.
For a few teams, the competition got off to a great start, but not for the other teams. On Monday, March 6, the Mumbai Indians will play Royal Challengers Bangalore in match 4 of the championship after dominating their first game against Gujarat Giants.
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