Meanwhile, Mumbai posses a strong batting line up that threatened to score over 200 in their previous game before Delhi restricted them below that threshold.
And therefore, Virat Kohli needs to set right their bowling woes.
Mumbai's batting failed to rocket off in the first two games. Only two players including Suryakumar Yadav and Ishan Kishan have displayed consistent performance to help Mumbai set decent targets in all the three games.
The move to promote Suryakumar has been a success but their best batsman, skipper Rohit, is yet to make a big contribution with the bat.
The Pandya brothers Hardik and Krunal along with giant West Indian Kieron Pollard too have not made big impacts in the first three games.
So overall, Kohli's side will be tough to defeat despite Mumbai playing at their home ground but if past results are considered then it Mumbai may open there this year's account.