RCB WPL 2024 Schedule: Full Fixtures, Match Timings and Venues for Royal Challengers Bangalore


Last Updated: January 24, 2024, 21:37 IST

Full Fixtures, Match Timings and Venues for Royal Challengers Bangalore (AFP Image)

Full Fixtures, Match Timings and Venues for Royal Challengers Bangalore (AFP Image)

RCB Women Premier League 2024: Check the full list of fixtures for the Royal Challengers Bangalore for the second season of WPL.

After a challenging opening season, Royal Challengers Bangalore will be hoping for a much better outing when the next edition of Women’ Premier League (WPL) kickstarts. The WPL 2024 will be played in two legs with matches spread across Bengaluru and Delhi this time around.

The inaugural season was held entirely in Mumbai.

RCB therefore will be looking forward to making full use of their home advantage with the Smriti Mandhana-led side scheduled to play as many as five of their eight matches in Bengaluru.

How RCB Fared in WPL 2023?

RCB had a nightmare of a start to life in WPL as they lost their opening five matches. They made a mini comeback by winnings back-to-back matches but finished their campaign with another defeat. Overall, they won two and lost six matches to end fourth on the points table, failing to make it to the knockout stage.

Royal Challengers Bangalore Full Schedule for WPL 2024

February 24, (7:30 PM IST) – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs UP Warriors in Bengaluru

February 27, (7:30 PM IST) – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Gujarat Giants in Bengaluru

February 29, (7:30 PM IST) – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Delhi Capitals in Bengaluru

March 2, (7:30 PM IST) – Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians in Bengaluru

March 4, (7:30 PM IST) – UP Warriors vs Royal Challengers Bangalore in Bengaluru

March 6, (7:30 PM IST) – Gujarat Giants vs Royal Challengers Bangalore in Delhi

March 10, (7:30 PM IST) – Delhi Capitals vs Royal Challengers Bangalore in Delhi

March 12, (7:30 PM IST) – Mumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers Bangalore in Delhi

RCB at WPL Auction

They purchased as many as seven players, spending a total of Rs 2.1 crore at the auction held in December last year.

RCB Full Squad: Asha Shobana, Disha Kasat, Ellyse Perry, Heather Knight, Indrani Roy, Kanika Ahuja, Renuka Singh, Richa Ghosh, Shreyanka Patil, Smriti Mandhana (C), Sophie Devine, Georgia Wareham, Kate Cross, Ekta Bisht, Shubha Satheesh, S Meghana, Simran Bahadur, Sophie Molineux



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