WPL 2023: Under-19 World Cup dusted.. If cut.. Rain of crores in WPL.. Three Manols in top 5 list?

Indian women’s team won the Under-19 World Cup in South Africa. Some of the players participating in this tournament can do wonders in the WPL auction.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is going to organize the Women’s Premier League (WPL) for the first time. Total five teams will play in this league. Today i.e. on February 13, players will be auctioned in this league. A total of 409 players will be bidding in this. Players who have shown their potential in the Under-19 Women’s World Cup are likely to earn big money in the WPL.

The first name in this list is Shweta Sehrawat, the best batsman in the world champion Indian team. Shweta scored the most runs in the Under-19 World Cup in South Africa. She scored 297 runs at an average of 99 in seven matches. It has three half-centuries. The white base price is Rs.10 lakhs.

England captain Grace Scrivens, who was the player of the tournament in the Under-19 World Cup, has put her name in the auction. This all rounder can do wonders. She took nine wickets in seven matches. She became the second highest run scorer after Shweta. She scored 293 runs in seven matches including three fifties.

India’s Parshvi Chopra stands second in this list. Parshvi is second in the list of bowlers who have taken the most wickets in the Under-19 World Cup. Taking 11 wickets in six matches, this leg spinner took two wickets in the final against England.

It turns out that spinners are doing better in women’s cricket. Spinners are proving effective on Indian pitches. In such a situation, India’s left-arm spinner Mannath Kashyap can also be bid heavily. Mannath took a total of 9 wickets in six matches.

Franchises can also spend money on Indian player Titas Sadhu, who took two wickets in the U-19 World Cup final. Titas played for Bengal. Has taken six wickets in six World Cup matches. Became the second most economical bowler for India in the tournament. Titas base price is Rs. 10 lakhs.

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