Here are all the major stats and numbers from Delhi Capitals’ big win over the Mumbai Indians.
" If someone would have made 70+ in the top four then things would have been different," Rohit said.
Mumbai got off to an identical start this season as Delhi Capitals beat them by 37 runs.
Rishabh Pant scored a 27-ball 78 to stun the Mumbai Indians.
Yuvraj played a valiant knock of 53 runs but to no avail.
On Sunday night at the Wankhede, it is likely to be a matter of which side’s batsmen are willing to wrest the initiative – and both sides have plenty of batters who can.
Delhi’s first host of the season are three-time champions Mumbai.
Both the teams have 11 matches each in 22 encounters so far in the tournament.
Chris Morris is yet to join the Delhi Capitals camp.
Last year, the Delhi-franchise beat Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede.