Delhi Capitals will play five-time winner Mumbai Indians on 27th March 2022 at Brabourne Stadium.
Delhi Capitals and Mumbai Indians will play their 31st game of the IPL 2022, with Mumbai Indians edging Delhi Capitals head-to-head with 16 victories and Delhi with 14 victories. Although both the teams will be eager to start their opening game of the new season with a win.
Mumbai Indians, led by Rohit Sharma, will be optimistic about adding the sixth IPL trophy to their cabinet. On the other hand, Delhi Capitals will be hoping to claim the maiden title this season as Rishabh Pant will marshal the team in this tournament.
Let’s have a look at five head-to-head matches between DC and MI.
#1 Delhi Capitals see off Mumbai by 4 wickets
The last time both teams plied their trade was when Delhi Capitals beat Mumbai Indians by four wickets. DC were made to chase 130 runs and secured the win in the dying embers of the game.
As Ravichandran Ashwin compensated his poor bowling effort to a match-winning six and Shreyas Iyer showed his calm in the game, both the players built 39 run partnership as DC needed four runs in the last over and Ashwin hit a six to seal the chase with five balls to spare and engineered the team to a victory.
#2 Delhi routs Mumbai Indians by six wickets
After great bowling by DC, they restricted Mumbai Indians to 137/9 and gave an easy target to Dc, which they chased without any trouble. With Shikar Dhawan scoring 45 runs and Steve Smith 33 runs, beating the five-time champions by six wickets.
#3 Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by five wickets
one of the essential games for Mumbai Indians as they beat DC by five wickets and secured their fifth title of IPL 2020. Delhi Capitals failed to give a tricky chase to MI as they scored a decent score of 156/7 in 20 over.
Mumbai Indians pursued the target without any difficulty. Rohit Sharman scored 68 off 51 deliveries to keep Mumbai in a comfortable position of chasing the target. MI eventually got their hands on their fifth IPL title, making them the only team to achieve the milestone.
#4 Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 57 runs
Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan racked up breezy fifties, and Hardik Pandya provided a significant surge to help MI score a daunting 200 runs, which Delhi failed to make as Trent Boult, and Jasprit Bumrah provided excellent bowling to Delhi, who had a hard time dealing with and succumbed to a 148-8 in 20 over. Losing to Mumbai Indians by 57 runs.
#5 Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by nine runs
Mumbai Indians steamrolled Delhi by nine wickets after collapsing the entire Delhi team inside 110 runs in 20 overs. In the second innings, Mumbai Indians Ishan Kishan and Quinton de Kock displayed an impressive performance playing 72 and 26 respectively, as they chased down the target of 111 with nine wickets in hand 34 balls to spare.