Bangalore vs Gujarat odds for Indian T20 League 2022
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Bangalore vs Gujarat recent form
Bangalore slumped to their sixth defeat of the Indian T20 League 2022 campaign in their last outing against Punjab.
Batting first, Punjab put up 209/9 with Liam Livingstone (70 off 42 balls) and Jonny Bairstow (66 off 29 balls) running riot with the bat. Faf du Plessis’ Bangalore, in turn, were reduced to 155/9 with Kagiso Rabada picking up a three-wicket haul (3/21).
Gujarat, first in the Indian T20 League points table with 20 points from 13 games, were the first team to qualify for the playoffs stage. They will look to cap a winning finish to the group stage schedule against Bangalore.
Hardik Pandya’s men are coming off a seven-wicket win over Chennai. Put to bowl, Gujarat confined MS Dhoni’s Chennai to 133/5 in 20 overs. Wriddhiman Saha’s unbeaten 57-ball 67 propelled Gujarat to chase the target (134) with a score of 137/3 in 19.1 overs.
Bangalore: L, W, W, L, L
Gujarat: W, W, L, L, W
Bangalore vs Gujarat head-to-head
The head-to-head record between Bangalore and Gujarat is in favour of the latter, who won the only meeting between the sides in the Indian T20 League 2022.
Batting first, Bangalore registered a score of 170/7 with Virat Kohli hitting his first 50-plus score of the campaign (58 in 53 balls). Gujarat, in turn, chased the 171-run target in 19.3 overs with a team total of 174/4. Rahul Tewatia finished as Player of the Match with an inspirational knock of 43 off 25 balls.
Bangalore vs Gujarat betting tips and prediction for Indian T20 League 2022
Team Gujarat is backed by the odds to register a win against Team Bangalore in match 67 of the Indian T20 League 2022.
Having qualified for the playoffs stage, Gujarat have nothing to lose from this fixture. However, with run rate a crucial factor in registering a first-place finish on the points table, Hardik Pandya’s men will be eyeing a comfortable victory against a Bangalore team, who need a win to stay in the hunt for a top-four finish.
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