Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals Match Prediction: Who Will Win Today’s IPL Match Between KKR And DC? IPL 2022, Match 19, KKR vs DC. Kolkata Knight Riders, a confident unit after beating Mumbai Indians comprehensively are now slated to play Delhi Capitals in their next match of the league on Sunday (10th April) at Brabourne stadium in Mumbai in the 19th Match (D/N) at 3:30 PM. Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are going great guns in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022.
The Shreyas Iyer-led side has so far put on some incredible performances in the cash-rich tournament and is placed first on the points table with as many as three wins out of their four matches in the league. They would be hoping to keep on the winning momentum and maintain the top spot on the table.
Kolkata Knight Riders vs Delhi Capitals Match Prediction: Who Will Win Today’s IPL Match Between KKR And DC? IPL 2022, Match 19, KKR vs DC
Kolkata Knight Riders are favorites to win the match against Delhi Capitals as they are riding on the success of a confident Pat Cummins’ who played his first game in IPL 2022. KKR were in a spate of bother against Mumbai Indians as they lost 5 wickets for 101 runs in the 13.1 over. But Pat Cummins hit the joint-fastest fifty in IPL history as KKR reached the target of 162 in only the 16th over. Pat Cummins’ scored an unbeaten 56 off only 15 balls which were studded with 4 boundaries and 6 sixes.
Venkatesh Iyer also returned to form scoring an unbeaten 50 off 41 balls and KKR will hope to keep on the winning momentum. The forms of Shreyas Iyer and Nitish Rana are a concern for them but they are favorites to win against Delhi who has lost against Lucknow and Gujarat in their last 2 matches.
Delhi Capitals won a game against Mumbai Indians out of nowhere, and since then they have lost both their games in the season against Gujarat and Lucknow. They need their batsmen to step up their game because it has been their batting that is letting them down time and again. Though they have an awful bowling attack, their bowlers have stepped up at the right time to make sure that they are still in the game in crucial moments.
Delhi pacer Anrich Nortje, who was making a comeback from injury, had a disastrous night in his first-ever IPL outing in India. When Anrich Nortje was brought in in the fifth over, he was dismantled by Lucknow opener Quinton de Kock who took him for three fours and a six in the over.
He returned to bowl the 14th and bowled a beamer first-up. He then bowled another in the 16th and was forced out of the attack after having bowled just 2.2 overs, conceding 35 runs as Lucknow gained momentum.