Team Gujarat will take on Team Hyderabad in match 40 of the Indian T20 League 2022 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Wednesday, April 27. The match starts at 7:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Gujarat vs Hyderabad odds for Indian T20 League 2022

Gujarat: 1.81

Hyderabad: 2.00

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Gujarat vs Hyderabad recent form

Gujarat come into the fixture as the top team in the points table. Hardik Pandya’s side, currently on a three-game winning streak, beat Kolkata by eight runs in their last outing.

Pandya’s 49-ball 67 helped Gujarat post a match-winning score of 156/9. His knock overshadowed Andre Russell’s individual brilliance on the field (4/5 and 48 runs off 25 balls) as the newcomers extended their fine start to six wins in seven games.

Hyderabad, meanwhile, romped off to their fifth consecutive win of the Indian T20 League 2022 campaign when they beat Bangalore by nine wickets. Kane Williamson and Co. have turned things around in time and are pushing for a place in the playoffs for the seventh time in 10 seasons.

Gujarat: W, W, W, L, W

Hyderabad: W, W, W, W, W

Gujarat vs Hyderabad head-to-head

This will be the second time Gujarat and Hyderabad meet in the Indian T20 League.

Hyderabad, in fact, are the only team who beat Gujarat this season as they claimed a eight-wicket victory with five balls to spare when they met earlier this season.

Gujarat vs Hyderabad prediction for Indian T20 League 2022

Team Gujarat are backed by the odds to register a win against Team Hyderabad in match 40 of the Indian T20 League 2022.

Gujarat will once again look up to their bowling unit, consisting of Lockie Ferguson, Mohammed Shami and Rashid Khan, to break through a revitalized Hyderabad batting setup which hasn’t lost more than three wickets when batting in their last five matches.

Hyderabad, on the other hand, will rely on their pace quartet of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Marco Jansen, Umran Malik and T Natarajan to nullify Gujarat’s strong batting line-up.

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