If Delhi loses to Mumbai then 'Bangalore' will benefit, in Head to Head, know who is heavy on whom"

New Delhi: The most important match so far in IPL 2022 is to be played between Delhi Capitals (DC) and Mumbai Indians (MI). This high voltage match between the two teams will be played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Delhi will have to register a win against Mumbai at any cost today to become the fourth team of the season to reach the playoffs. After winning this match, Delhi will make it to the IPL 2022 playoff, while the team of Virat Kohli's team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be eliminated. In such a situation, before this big match, let us tell you which team is dominant in the history of IPL.

A total of 31 IPL matches have been played between Delhi and Mumbai, in which Delhi has won 15 while Mumbai has won 16 matches. In India, both the teams have played 23 matches against each other so far, out of which Delhi has won 11 and Mumbai has won 12 matches. At the same time, 8 matches have been played between Delhi and Mumbai in UAE and both the teams have won 4-4 matches. DC's average score against Mumbai is 146, while playing against Delhi, Mumbai's average score is 162. For Delhi against Mumbai, Rishabh Pant has scored the highest 333 while Rohit Sharma has scored the highest 910 runs against Delhi.

Let us inform that RCB are currently in the fourth position with 16 points from 14 matches after eight wins and six losses. Although his net run rate is -0.253. At the same time, DC are fifth with 14 points from 13 matches with seven wins and six losses. The good thing for Delhi is that their net run rate is in the plus, which is 0.255. In such a situation, if Delhi beats Mumbai today, then it will reach the playoffs on the basis of plus net run rate and RCB will have to be out. So Virat Kohli will pray for Mumbai's victory today.

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