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Shafali Verma talks about how she “made some mental adjustments to convert starts into big scores” in WPL 2024

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<p>Big-hitting hitter Shafali Verma claims that throughout the last year, she has made little changes to her game plan that have helped her turn strong beginnings into significant knocks in the current Women’s Premier League (WPL).</p>
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<p>In a WPL encounter on Thursday night, Verma amassed a half century and had an 82-run second-wicket partnership with Alice Capsey (46). The Delhi Caps beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by a margin of 25 runs.</p>
<p>In 20 overs, RCB could only manage 169/9 in an attempt to reach their winning goal of 195 runs.</p>
<p>“I was leaving the WPL in my 30s or 40s the last time I was there.” Those hits gave me a lot of wisdom. Verma told “Jio Cinema” that “I think because of that, now I want to convert a 30 or 40-run score into a 50 for the team and for myself.”</p>
<p>“I want to move this forward and the main change is a slight adjustment in my mindset,” she said.</p>
<p>Currently leading the standings after two victories in three games is Verma’s squad.</p>
<p>The 20-year-old Verma, who made her cricket debut for India at the age of 15, making her the youngest ever, also mentioned the benefits of having veteran Australian Meg Lanning in the WPL squad.</p>
<p>The presence of a very knowledgeable someone across from you naturally alters your body language. I consider it a real honor to be able to play with and form relationships with a guy like him.</p>
<p>“Her batting has changed the game,” the woman said.</p>
<p>On Sunday, Delhi Capital will play the Gujarat Giants.</p>


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