WPL Final - Mumbai Indians wins Against Delhi Capitals

Toss Meg Lanning, the captain of the Delhi Capitals, chose to bat against the Mumbai Indians after winning the toss 

Match begins! Skipper Meg Lanning and Shafali Verma  walk in to bat, as Harmanpreet Kaur deploys Nat Sciver-Brunt to open  proceedings for Mumbai in the final of the inaugural edition of the  tournament.

After 1 over With two extremely dangerous batters currently on the pitch in the big final, Delhi gets off to a cautious start. Two runs were scored in the opening over. Verma appears to be cautiously and gradually applying the petrol.

After 7 Over Issy Wong performs when the stakes are at their highest. Off a full throw, she takes her third wicket of the evening. Delih is reeling at 38/3 as Jemimah Rodrigues is the most recent to go.

After 10thOver After losing three partners and all the reviews, Meg Lanning is engaged in a lone battle. She is keeping the scoreboard going by hitting a few boundaries to Amelia Kerr. 

After 13th Over With only 7 overs remaining, Captain Lanning and Kapp are in the middle, attempting to steady the innings. Delhi has regrouped and is now preparing to counterattack.

After 16th Over  Nobody could have predicted that Delhi would falter so badly tonight. Lanning and Kapp tried in vain to rebuild in whatever small ways they could.

After 20th Over. After the top-order let the side down tonight, both Radha Yadav and Shikha Pandey are attempting to add as many runs as possible to the scoreboard. 

After 1.3th Over Yastika Bhatia of Mumbai is out for 4 off 3 balls, caught by Alice Capsey and bowled by Radha Yadav. Some momentum for the Delhi Capitals to put more pressure on the Mumbai Indian

After 5th Over If Bhatia's dismissal wasn't enough, the Mumbai Indians were dealt another blow when the dangerous Hayley Matthews was bowled by Jonassen. .

After 10th over The pressure is far from dissipating. Only nine runs have been scored in the last two overs, and the required run rate is twice as high as the current rate.

After 14th over Mumbai fight back with Kaur and Sciver-Brunt on the field. Only 57 runs from 43 balls are required. 

After 16th overs That's a catch! Mumbai has taken a significant hit. Could Harmanpreet Kaur's exit at a critical juncture in the game be a watershed moment?

After 19th Over Shikha Pandey bowled an excellent spell, allowing only 5 runs in the 18th over. The required run rate is 10.5 points per minute, and this game can go either way from here.

The Mumbai Indians win by seven wickets. The inaugural WPL champions have arrived!