Those are the next two important states. In Indiana:
Cruz allies are supremely confident they will win statewide, and hope to carry at least seven of the nine congressional districts. Two of the southern districts bordering Kentucky — the eighth and ninth — are thought to be Trump territory, and the sixth should be highly competitive as well. (Notably, none of those three districts are home to any of the state’s six most populous counties.) All told, with 30 delegates going to the statewide winner, and three to the winner of each congressional district, Cruz advisers are confident that Indiana’s split will look very similar to Wisconsin’s: Cruz 51, Trump six, or potentially Cruz 48, Trump nine.
And in Pennsylvania:
Even if they come in a distant third, a top campaign aide tells me, they will still, they believe, pick up more than half the delegates there.”
“They’re looking at more than 30,” Jackson said.