Right, not quite the thriller we'd hoped for but the tournament has come alive and how! Mumbai are back in contention, KKR fighting for survival and needing to arrest this slide. The next week or so should be fascinating as we build towards the play-offs. Hope you enjoyed our coverage. This is the duo of Shashank Kishore and Vishal Dikshit saying goodnight. Cheers!

Ishan Kishan is the Player of the Match for his 21-ball 62. His Smart Strike Rate was 340, worth 36 more by our calculation. "I had a chat with my skipper. He just asked me to back myself and play the way I have when I've scored runs. I just wanted to look at the ball and keep smacking it. You have to believe in yourself, back your strengths. I'm okay batting anywhere."

Winning captain Rohit Sharma is all smiles, as you'd expect him to be. "As a team we tend to pick up in the month of May. I can only wish and hope we come together as a team at the start. It's never easy to come out right all the time, we'd like to start on a high. I'm glad we came together as a team and performed well. Without doubt Ishan Kishan's knock, his fearless knock was the turning point. Hitting wasn't easy, the ball was sticking in. He just came in and changed momentum. Credit to him, he was waiting for this knock, wanted to come out. Also for Ben Cutting to come out and finish on a high, he hasn't got a lot of opportunities, but he backed himself to do that."

Mumbai Indians' win% in last five IPL seasons (2014 to 2018)

In April - 41.66% (Won 15, Lost 21)
In May - 70.27% (Won 26, Lost 11)

Karthik: 200-plus is always a big ask. We didn't bat well enough and who knows what would have happened if we had taken those catches. It was a good batting wicket, we lost wickets in the Powerplay and it's always tough to catch up. We took it like normal game even if they have a good record against us. We need to raise our skill levels and belief a bit, as a leader I need to stand up and say I believe in the boys.

Cutting: Was a bit tight the other night, but nice to get out there with the bat. Nature of the IPL is that you've got to wait your time and when the time comes, you do your thing. We have momentum going but we still have three matches to go and let's see how it goes.

11.30pm Yet another win from Mumbai, handshakes all around as the team walks off with a massive margin of 102 runs and Mumbai go fourth on the points table. That's a huge loss for KKR, they'll have to fix many things to bounce back from here. Two straight losses against Mumbai after winning the toss, they didn't do too badly in Mumbai but today they were very poor with the bat and running between the wickets.

KH Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, OUT, and Krunal seals it, but Kuldeep reviews it. A reverse sweep from Kuldeep for the ball pitching on middle and leg stump and it's going pretty straight from around the wicket, goes under the bat, hits him in front of the stumps and it's all over

Kuldeep Yadav lbw b KH Pandya 5 (15b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

Two overs to go, one wicket left

18 | 2 Runs | KKR: 108/9 (103 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 6.00, RRR: 51.50)

  • Prasidh Krishna1 (5b)
  • Kuldeep Yadav5 (14b)
  • Mayank Markande4-0-26-1
  • Krunal Pandya3-0-12-1
Markande to Prasidh Krishna, no run, leaves that alone as it turns a mile away from him
Markande to Prasidh Krishna, no run, goes back to cover the stumps with his pads and blocks the googly in time
Markande to Prasidh Krishna, no run, turns that one a long way outside off and Krishna can't reach it
Markande to Prasidh Krishna, no run, some flight on the stumps and he blocks it back
Markande to Kuldeep Yadav, 1 run, sweeps that one away with the turn to fine leg
Markande to Prasidh Krishna, 1 run, starts with a flighted wrong'un, he does well to cover the stumps and get a thick edge to leg

17 | 3 Runs 1 Wkt | KKR: 106/9 (105 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.23, RRR: 35.00)

  • Kuldeep Yadav4 (13b)
  • Prasidh Krishna0 (0b)
  • Krunal Pandya3-0-12-1
  • Mayank Markande3-0-24-1
KH Pandya to Kuldeep Yadav, no run, a tiny forward stride to defends and manages a bit of bat
KH Pandya to Curran, OUT, there comes the wicket, holes out to long on. Not quite long on, actually, because Duminy had to run in and towards his right a fair bit after Curran came down and skied it high

TK Curran c Duminy b KH Pandya 18 (17b 3x4 0x6) SR: 105.88

KKR 2nd innings Partnerships

1st4SP NarineCA Lynn
2nd28RV UthappaCA Lynn
3rd17RV UthappaN Rana
4th5AD RussellN Rana
5th13KD KarthikN Rana
6th0N RanaRK Singh
7th9TK CurranRK Singh
8th17PP ChawlaTK Curran
9th13TK CurranKuldeep Yadav
10th2Kuldeep YadavM Prasidh Krishna