Today we’ll look at the predicted and strongest playing XI of Gujarat Giants for the WPL 2023

Beth Mooney

The Australian wicketkeeper batter is a key player for the Gujarat Giants. Mooney is one of the few batters in the Women’s T20 to have scored more than one hundred, her highest score being an unbeaten 117. She has also hit 18 half-centuries in the 83 T20 games she has played, scoring 2,350 runs.

Sabbineni Meghana

The Indian top ordee batter has been good for the Indian team as well as at the domestic level. She has the ability to play quickfire knocks at the top and can also bowl some valuble medium pace. She is a utility player for the Gujarat Giants.

Harleen Deol

Harleen Deol has been a regular member in the Indian squad especially in T20s. She comes from Himachal Pradesh and has the capability to play big innings. She can also bowl leg spin whenever the captain needs. She is also a dynamic fielder. She is the perfect example of 3D player.

Dayalan Hemalatha

The duo of Harleen Deol and Dayalan Hemalatha will be crucial for Gujarat Giants as both are pf similar nature. Hemalatha is a quality batter and can bowl off spin in the middle overs. She plays with a strike of close to 100.

Ashleigh Gardner

Ashleigh Gardner, the superstar for the Australian team in the recently concluded ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa. In 73 matches , she has scored 1176 runs at an strike of 132 and also took 53 wickets at an average of 19.4. She is a high utility player.

 Sushma Verma 

The wicketkeeper-batter once again will be trial for the Indian team. Once she was a regular member but she lost her place. In the WPL, she will have to make a statement to mark her return to the Indian team. Her stats are not impressive but her wicket keeping skills have no match.

Annabel Sutherland

Annabel Sutherland, the bowling all-rounder from Australia has been in a top notch form in the T20 World Cup. She can also use her long levers to hit some cracking sixes in the death overs.

Sneh Rana

The woman with the golden arm for the Indian side, whenever she comes to bowl ,she takes a wicket. She has been in and out of the team but has  delivered whenever given the opportunity.  She has played some good innings to take India over the line.

Georgia Wareham

Georgia Wareham is a young leg spinner from Australia. She has become a regular member of the Australian side. In 37 innings she has taken 42 wickets at an average of 14.16. 3/12 remained her best figures.

Mansi Joshi

Mansi Joshi, the right arm quick had a amazing domestic season. She made her T20I debut , playing against Bangladesh in the 2016 Women’s Twenty20 Asia Cup in Thailand.She took 1/8 on debut, and in the next game took 2/8 against Thailand and was named player of the match.

Tanuja Kanwer

The slow left arm spinner from Himachal Pradesh has been picked up by Gujarat Giants for the WPL 2023. She will be effective as the the team will have all kinds of spinners in the team.

By Shivanshu Chauhan

A Professional Cricketer for past 4 Years for the teams of Lucknow and CISCE. He keeps an eye on all the Cricket insights which sometimes professional journos lack. He Keeps the wicket on the 22 Yards and takes care of the board meetings over here. No Official Statements go off from the website because of him. He keeps you updated by breaking News both in English and Hindi.