Lucknow Super Giants vs Delhi Capitals Weather Forecast And Pitch Report, IPL 2022, Match 15, LSG vs DC
LSG vs DC: Weather Forecast And Pitch Report of DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.

Lucknow Super Giants vs Delhi Capitals Weather Forecast And Pitch Report, IPL 2022, Match 15, LSG vs DC. Lucknow Super Giants will next take on seasoned campaigners Delhi Capitals on Thursday (April 7) in the 15th game of the ongoing IPL 2022 in their next encounter in DY Patil Stadium at 7.30 PM after wins against Chennai and Hyderabad. Lucknow Super Giants lost to fellow newcomers Gujarat though in their first match.

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It will be an important game for both sides. Delhi Capitals, after their loss against the Gujarat Titans, would be searching for a win here to get their campaign back on track. IPL’s new entrant Lucknow Super Giants on the other hand shall look to drive the momentum forward as they come here with a win against Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Lucknow Super Giants vs Delhi Capitals Weather Forecast And Pitch Report, IPL 2022, Match 15, LSG vs DC
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), IPL 2022
Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) (Credits: BCCI)

Lucknow Super Giants vs Delhi Capitals Weather Forecast And Pitch Report, IPL 2022, Match 15, LSG vs DC

On Thursday, 7th April weather will be sunny with the daytime temperature reaching 38 °c. Nighttime temperatures are expected to be 25 °c. It will be dry with no precipitation. The visibility is going to be around 10 km i.e. 6 miles and an atmospheric pressure of 1010 Mb. It will be dry with no precipitation and cloud covering 0% of the sky, the humidity will be around 53%.

The pitch of DY Patil Stadium favours bowlers, and fast bowlers will also get bounce. The target of 180 plus runs is difficult for the teams. But in the very first match of IPL 2022 played at this stadium, RCB could not even defend the score of 200 plus.

But the target of 129 runs in the second match also seemed difficult as RCB beat KKR by 3 wickets. In the third match, the team batting first here, Rajasthan won the match. Defending the target of 194 runs, Rajasthan restricted Mumbai to 170. Lucknow won the last match against Hyderabad by 12 runs.

01- PBKS vs RCB – 27 March- Punjab Kings (PBKS) won by 5 wickets against the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). A captain’s knock from Faf du Plessis turned out to be in a losing cause as a complete batting effort from the Punjab Kings powered them to a victory in a high-scoring thriller.

Bhanuka Rajapaksa
Bhanuka Rajapaksa Photo Credit: (IPL/BCCI)

Bhanuka Rajapaksa, the Sri Lankan wicketkeeper-batter, proving to be the surprise element. In his 22-ball 43, he took down compatriot Wanindu Hasaranga, who had taken a wicket first ball. Another debutant, Odean Smith, closed the game down with an unbeaten eight-ball 25.

02- RCB vs KKR – 30 March- A stellar bowling performance by RCB, spearheaded by Wanindu Hasaranga’s four-wicket haul restricted KKR to 128 before useful lower-order contributions from RCB batters took them over the line in a final-over thriller.

Wanindu Hasaranga
Wanindu Hasaranga. Image: BCCI

With 24 required off the final three overs, there was another twist in the tale after NZ pacer Tim Southee struck twice in the over to dismiss set a set Sherfane Rutherford and Wanindu Hasaranga. Harshal Patel hit two decisive fours in the penultimate over before Dinesh Karthik wrapped the chase in style with a six and a four.

03- MI vs RR – 2 April- Yuzvendra Chahal and Ravichandran Ashwin exhibited their mastery at a pivotal moment in the game to ensure Rajasthan Royals successfully defended a strong total, set up by Jos Buttler’s 68-ball century.

Rajasthan Royals (RR) batter Jos Buttler and spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Photo- Twitter
Rajasthan Royals (RR) batter Jos Buttler and spinner Yuzvendra Chahal. Photo- Twitter

Ishan Kishan and Tilak Varma half-centuries kept Mumbai in the game, but a poor spell against the spinners made them fall well short in the end as Rajasthan won by 23 runs after scoring 193/8.

04- SRH vs LSG – 4 April-  Reduced to 27 for 3 after being sent in, Lucknow Super Giants recovered to set a target of 170, and Sunrisers Hyderabad stumbled at the end of the chase.

Avesh Khan
Avesh Khan. (Photo: IPL)

Deepak Hooda (51), KL Rahul (68) and Avesh Khan (4/24) led the way as Lucknow Super Giants came back from behind with bat and ball to complete a 12-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad, continuing the reversal of fortunes for teams batting first in IPL 2022.