Team Hyderabad will look to end their two-match winless run when they take on an equally struggling Team Delhi in match 50 of the Indian T20 League 2022 at Brabourne Stadium on Thursday, May 5. The match will start at 7:30 PM IST.

Delhi vs Hyderabad odds for Indian T20 League 2022

Delhi: 1.85

Hyderabad: 1.96

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Delhi vs Hyderabad recent form

Rishabh Pant-led Team Delhi have been one of the most inconsistent sides this Indian T20 League season. For someone who started off the new campaign with a win, a return of just two victories in their last five matches remains a thing of worry. This means the team sits a lowly seventh in the standings, albeit with a decent net run rate of 0.587.

Hyderabad, on the other hand, slumped to back to back defeats after winning five consecutive matches between April 9 and April 23. This includes wins over Chennai, Gujarat, Kolkata, Punjab and Bangalore.

Delhi: L, W, L, W, L

Hyderabad: L, L, W, W, W

Delhi vs Hyderabad head-to-head

Delhi and Hyderabad are yet to play a match this season. However, the two teams have played a total of 20 matches in the past, with Hyderabad winning 11 and Delhi nine. Interestingly, Delhi have won three of their last five meetings against Hyderabad. This includes a league double in the previous season.

Similarly, Hyderabad won two league stage matches against Delhi in the 2020 season, but were defeated in the knockout stage.

Delhi: 9

Hyderabad: 11

Delhi vs Hyderabad prediction and betting tips for Indian T20 League 2022

Barring the recent run of form, the fact that Delhi have won each of their last two matches against Hyderabad should give them the much-needed confidence to make a late push for the qualifying places.

Hyderabad, on their part, have lost the plot in the past two matches and Delhi are presented with a perfect chance to capitalise on the opportunity. If their batsmen can cope with Hyderabad’s scorching pace attack, there are high chances that Delhi can walk out with a victory on Thursday.

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