LSG vs GT 57th Match: Pitch Report, Weather Forecast, Head to Head All You Need to Know

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The 57th match of IPL 15 between Lucknow Super Giants and Gujarat Titans will be played at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium (MCA) Pune, this evening. This match is also called Clash of the Titans. Both the new teams have stunned everyone with their performance in the season.

LSG has played 11 matches and won 8 and has a net run rate of +0.703. GT has also won 8 out of 11 matches and has a net run rate of +0.120. Gujarat has lost the last 2 matches of their campaign.

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LSG vs GT 57th Match: Pitch Report

We have seen a good batting track in MCA Stadium, Pune. RR had scored 210 against the SRH in the match played on this ground of this season. There is some assistance for bowlers also in the initial period of innings.

Most of the strips are of Red soil, which gives good bounce and pace to bat on. We can't forget the whole IPL is going to play in only 4 venues so there will be some assistance for spin too in the last stage of the tournament.

LSG vs GT: Weather Forecast

Pune is located in the western state of Maharashtra. The weather in Pune remains hot and humid during the summers that span from March to May. The weather model indicates a good forecast for the game of cricket on the 7th of May 2022.

Temperature – 37/24

Humidity – 59%

Wind – 14 km/h

Chances of Rain – 0%

LSG vs KKR: Head to Head

Both Lucknow and Gujarat are playing the first season of IPL this year. This will be the second match between the two teams. The first match was won by GT and they are leading the head-to-head competition 1-0.

Gujarat has lost 2 consecutive matches

Gujarat Titans have been the most consistent team of this season. However, she has appeared in a bit of trouble after losing the last two matches.

In front of Punjab, Hardik won the toss and deliberately chose to bat first so that he could check the balance of his team in difficult situations. Due to the disappointing performance of GT's batsmen, PBKS chased down the target in almost 16 overs.