IPL 2024

IPL Today: Delhi Capitals vs Mumbai Indians – Predicting the Winner, Fantasy Team Picks, Pitch Report, and More

IPL Match of the Day: The Delhi Capitals (DC) and Mumbai Indians (MI) will play tomorrow, Saturday, April 27, at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi. DC is ranked sixth on the points table after winning four of their nine games, while the Mumbai Indians are ranked eighth after winning three of their eight games.

In their last five games, both teams have triumphed three times. The two teams’ match tomorrow is scheduled to begin at 3:30 PM.

MI vs. DC Match Results head-to-head

There have been 34 IPL matchups between Delhi and Mumbai thus far. MI has won 19 and DC has won 15. With MI, Delhi’s highest total is 213. In their most recent meeting on April 7, Mumbai’s highest total against DC was 234.

These two teams haven’t played each other since April 7 of this year. In 20 overs, Mumbai scored 234/5. DC ended their innings at 205/8 in response. During Mumbai’s batting innings, Romario Shepherd’s 39 off 10 balls proved to be crucial.

MI vs. DC Fantasy Squad

Rohit Sharma (VC), David Warner, Prithvi Shaw, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Jasprit Bumrah, Anrich Nortje, Kuldeep Yadav, Ishan Kishan, and Rishabh Pant (C, WK).

MI vs. DC Pitching Report

There have only been two IPL matches played at Arun Jaitley Stadium this year. Thanks to batting heaven, 909 runs were scored in 79.1 overs overall. It is anticipated that the pitch will give hitters comparable benefits. High scores are to be expected.

Delhi scored 224/4 against Gujarat Titans (GT) in the most recent IPL match. Captain of DC Rishabh Pant amassed an undefeated 88 off 43 balls. Rashid Khan (21 off 11 balls) kept GT’s hopes alive until the last over, but they were still five short of the target.

MI vs. DC Weather

Delhi will have an afternoon high of about 38 degrees. It will feel more like forty degrees in reality, though. There will be approximately 16% humidity.

MI vs. DC Forecast

Mumbai has a 59% chance of defeating DC in their ninth game, according to Google’s win probability.

Still, “we think Mumbai will lose to Rishabh Pant’s team.” Despite their consistent individual performances, Hardik Pandya’s boys lack the X-factor this season and don’t appear to be in rhythm.