The batters have a larger say in T20 matches, but on some occasions, bowlers rattle the batting lineups like a pack of cards. And when bowlers are on song during a match, they make sure to dismiss their opponents on paltry scores.

In the newly inducted Women’s Premier League (WPL), bowlers have performed collectively to restrict opponents to humiliating scores.

This article will list the top 10 instances of the lowest team totals in WPL history.

Lowest Team Totals in WPL

Team TotalTeamInningsAgainstVenueDate
Gujarat Giants64/102Mumbai IndiansDY Patil Stadium4 Mar 2023
Delhi Capitals105/101Mumbai IndiansDY Patil Stadium9 Mar 2023
Gujarat Giants105/91Delhi CapitalsDY Patil Stadium11 Mar 2023
Gujarat Giants107/92Mumbai IndiansBrabourne14 Mar 2023
Gujarat Giants107/71Royal Challengers BangaloreBengaluru27 Feb 2024
Mumbai Indians109/81Delhi CapitalsDY Patil Stadium20 Mar 2023
UP Warriorz110/102Mumbai IndiansDY Patil Stadium24 Mar 2023
Mumbai Indians113/101Royal Challengers BangaloreDelhi12 Mar 2024
Delhi Capitals113/101Royal Challengers BangaloreDelhi17 Mar 2024
Royal Challengers Bangalore115/22Delhi CapitalsDelhi17 Mar 2024

(You can check out other WPL stats here.)

Key Insights

64: The Gujarat Giants hold the record for scoring the lowest team total in the WPL. While chasing the target of 208 set by MI, the Giants were bundled out for a mere 64 runs. GG registered this unwanted record in the first-ever WPL match played on 4 March 2023.

110: Gujarat Giants are the only team that has posted 3 or more totals of less than 110 runs.

150: On the other hand, Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals have restricted their opponent teams below the score of 150 in 5 or more instances. 

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147: This is the lowest total successfully defended by a team in the WPL. The Gujarat Giants mustered 147/4 in the first innings against the Delhi Capitals. During the chase, the Capitals were bowled out for 136 runs, and the Giants won the match by 11 runs.

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