Team Bangalore will look to return to winning ways when they take on Team Delhi in match 27 of the Indian T20 League 2022 season at the iconic Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday, April 16. The match will start at 7:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Delhi vs Bangalore odds for Indian T20 League 2022

Delhi: 1.98

Bangalore: 1.84

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Delhi vs Bangalore recent form

Having made a winning start in the Indian T20 League 2022 opener against Mumbai, Team Delhi slumped to two back-to-back defeats against Gujarat and Lucknow. The team, however, bounced back in their fourth league stage match against Kolkata, with David Warner and Prithvi Shaw putting on a scintillating display.

The likes of Kuldeep Yadav and Khaleel Ahmed inflicted the damage with the ball, picking seven wickets between them, as Delhi successfully brushed aside a strong Kolkata side.

Bangalore, on the other hand, are coming on the back of a disappointing defeat against Chennai, but before that, Faf du Plessis’ men won each of their last three outings. So far, Bangalore have won three of their five matches this season.

Delhi: W, L, L, W, L

Bangalore: L, W, W, W, L

Delhi vs Bangalore head-to-head in Indian T20 League

Since their first-ever meeting in 2008, Delhi and Bangalore have played a total of 26 matches in the Indian T20 League. Delhi have won 10 matches while Bangalore have come out on top on 15 occasions.

Interestingly, Bangalore did a double over Delhi last season. Before that, however, Delhi won each of their four matches against Bangalore between 2019 and 2020.

Delhi vs Bangalore prediction and tips for Indian T20 League 2022

Both Delhi and Bangalore have been inconsistent this season. The teams have shown immense quality at times but have also been mediocre on occasions. The reason why Bangalore have better odds for Saturday's match is mostly because of their superior head-to head-count and the fact that they didn’t lose to Delhi last season.

Featured photo: AFP / Sajjad Hussain