Team Rajasthan will take on Team Mumbai in match 44 of the Indian T20 League 2022 at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai on Saturday, April 30. The match starts at 7:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Rajasthan vs Mumbai odds for Indian T20 League 2022

Rajasthan: 1.81

Mumbai: 2.02

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Rajasthan vs Mumbai recent form

Rajasthan come into the fixture as the second-placed team in the Indian T20 League points table. Sanju Samson’s side, currently on a three-game winning streak, beat Bangalore by 29 runs in their last outing.

Riyan Parag’s 31-ball 56 helped Rajasthan post an eventual match-winning score of 144/8. The middle-order batter stepped to the occasion as the team’s top-scorer of the season, Jos Buttler, was dismissed cheaply (8) by Josh Hazelwood, who was the most economical bowler for Bangalore in the fixture. In reply, Bangalore were bowled out for 115 thanks to Kuldeep Sen’s 4/20.

Mumbai, meanwhile, suffered their eighth consecutive defeat of the Indian T20 League 2022 campaign when they were humbled by 36 runs by Lucknow. Rohit Sharma and Co. are already out of contention for a play-off berth but will hope to put up a fight in order to put a stop to their winless run in the competition.

Rajasthan: W, W, W, L, W

Mumbai: L, L, L, L, L

Rajasthan vs Mumbai head-to-head

The head-to-head record between Rajasthan and Mumbai is marginally in favour of the latter, with Mumbai claiming 13 wins in 25 matches. Rajasthan have won 12 meetings, including the recent clash in the 2022 edition by 23 runs.

Rajasthan vs Mumbai prediction for Indian T20 League 2022

Team Rajasthan are backed by the odds to register a win against a winless Team Mumbai in match 44 of the Indian T20 League 2022.

With the Purple Cap and Orange Cap holders on their side, Rajasthan have been one of the in-form teams in the competition. Trent Boult will look to torment his former employers once again, given Mumbai’s opening pairing of Ishan Kishan and skipper Rohit Sharma have failed to strike a chord in decisive games this term.

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