Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals Head to Head Records, Mumbai Indians’ Head-to-Head Record Against Delhi Capitals – IPL 2022 Match 69. Delhi Capitals face Mumbai Indians in a must-win match at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai in the penultimate game of the league stage on Saturday, May 21.
They have to win this game to make the playoffs. Meanwhile, a win for Mumbai Indians will see RCB make it through to the playoffs courtesy of more points than Delhi Capitals.
A total of 74 matches will be played in IPL 2022 across the four venues in Maharashtra. 20 matches each will be played at the Wankhede Stadium and the DY Patil Stadium while 15 games each will be played at the Brabourne Stadium and the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. Group A has teams like MI, KKR, DC, RR, and LSG. Group B consists of CSK, RCB, SRH, PBKS, and GT.
Delhi Capitals won both their last two games to keep themselves alive in the season so far. A win against Mumbai will see them make the playoffs on 16 points. Their NRR of +0.255 is much better than that of RCB (-0.323), PBKS (-0.043) and SRH (-0.230). A win for Delhi would end the campaign for all these three teams with a negative NRR.
Mumbai Indians, also have a lot to play for. They have lost 10 games so far, their most in any IPL season. The side is already looking forward to the next season and a win would do their confidence a world of good. Skipper Rohit Sharma would need their players to step up and seize the key moments of the game which they did not do in their loss to SRH.
Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Capitals Head to Head Records, Mumbai Indians’ Head-to-Head Record Against Delhi Capitals – IPL 2022 Match 69
Total number of matches played: 31
Matches won by DC: 15
Matches won by MI: 16
Matches played in UAE 8(DC 4, MI 4)
Matches played in India: 23 (DC 11, MI 12)
DC average score against MI: 146
MI average score against DC: 162
Most runs for DC: 333 Rishabh Pant
Most runs for MI: 910 Rohit Sharma
Most wickets for DC: 19 Amit Mishra
Most wickets for MI: 22 Lasith Malinga
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