Royal Challengers Bangalore team is just one step away from winning the Women’s Premier League title. Bangalore has made it to the finals by defeating Mumbai in two consecutive knockout matches. Yesterday, Smriti Mandhana’s army created history by defeating Mumbai Indians in a thrilling match. The score that RCB defended against Mumbai in this match was the lowest score in the history of WPL. When RCB scored only 135 runs in 20 overs against Mumbai, it seemed that Mumbai would easily win the match and make it to the finals, but RCB managed to save this small score. Now the attention of crores of fans is on the final match against Delhi Capitals on March 17.

Virat Kohli’s dream will also come true

The final match of WPL 2024 will be played at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. This match is going to be very exciting. In this session W. P.L. There will be a new winning team. Delhi and RCB have not been able to win a single title yet, now it remains to be seen who will hoist their flag in the final match. IPL team RCB’s experienced batsman Virat Kohli also dreams that RCB will win the trophy. IPL is being played since 2008, but till date Kohli’s dream of winning the trophy has not been fulfilled. Now Smriti Mandhana can fulfill Kohli’s dream.

16 year drought will end

If RCB wins in the WPL, it will end a 16-year drought. Since 2008, millions of RCB fans have been waiting for their team to win the trophy at least once. But Virat Kohli’s team has failed to do so so far. Now as soon as RCB wins in WPL 2024, the dreams of those crores of fans will also be fulfilled.

Alice Perry is becoming a troublemaker

Bangalore’s all-rounder Ellyse Perry is in great form. The player played an important role in defeating Mumbai in the first Knockout League match, after which he also played explosive innings in the Eliminator match. For this reason, Perry was also named player of the match in both matches. Earlier, the player had taken 6 wickets for just 15 runs in 4 overs in the league match against Mumbai. After this he also scored more than 40 runs with the bat. Subsequently, also in the eliminator match, Perry took over the RCB disintegration in batting and scored 66 runs in 50 balls, due to which the Bangalore team was able to make it to the final.