So, that's it from the Wankhede. It's been a remarkable night from a player in remarkable form. Til next time, whenever that may be, goodnight!
The Man of the Match, no surprises, is Jos Buttler, who's so keen to talk he's forgotten his cheque! "I'm really enjoying it, found some good form, it's a do-or-die situation and I'm full of confidence so want to keep it going."
"I've spent a lot of time batting in the middle order so if I can bat through the first six overs I can tie the two together."
"Nice to come back here, I enjoyed my time at Mumbai and it properly helped to know the conditions. I'm in a good head-space and looking forward to the next game."
11.45pm Here's Rahane: "Our discussion before the match was get used to these conditions because they are completely different. Two games to go and I want our boys to stand up."
But don't forget, there's plenty to come in other sports. Barcelona travel to Levante in their penultimate La Liga game, looking to go unbeaten through the season. A little later, the NBA playoffs kick off with the Cavs taking on the Celtics. You can head over to ESPN.in to watch all the action live.
11.40pm So, what is there left to say about that? Buttler has moved up to open the innings and has torn up the IPL with some eye-popping displays of power, and have leapfrogged MI with this victory, they've got two more matches in which to make a serious push for the play-offs. On this evidence, who'd bet against them?
Ganesh: "Oh these Brits and their love for royal, they flourish under royal's don't they! Hail queen elizabeth :-)" Well quite, and there's a Royal Wedding next weekend too! Auspicious much? It's clearly written in the stars for RR!
Rohit Sharma "We should have got 15-20 more, but I don't want to be too harsh, we have played some good cricket. Innings like this can happen, we just have to keep our heads up."
"Jos Buttler has been in great form, he didn't give us any chances, but we bowled very well. We need to see how we can come back in the next two games."
Fittingly, Stokes his England team-mate was out there at the finish, but he was as much of a bystander as the Mumbai fielders. What an innings, what a run of form!
The other notable aspect of that win is that CSK are through... yet again. Every time they've been involved since the debut season in 2008, they've been there at the bitter end...
So, Jos to finish it off? With all this consistency, Buttler has made a rapid climb up the Smart Stats table. His 498 runs before this game have been worth 69 more considering match context, which puts him at number 4 for this season. Should only go higher up after this knock.
Aishwarya Nair: "Miller, What is the probability of Butler getting a hundred ? Hopefully enough runs would be left for him ." Well, it's two blows, so fairly high, if you put it like that!
Vivek: "Cute that Buttler lost his TOWEL when watching MI lifting the cup last year and now he is pushing them on the edge of extinction. "
So, Jos... 95 last time... what's it to be today?
RD singh: "MI released Buttler.. 5 half centuries and 1 century (today).. MI released Raydu... already among top 5 scorer this season.. talk about making blunders instead of a team..!!" Whoops
Gaurav has the permutations at his fingertips: "One team that must be very happy with this result is CSK as they qualify to the playoffs if RR win this game. However all is not lost with MI as they can still make it with 14 points as they have a good NRR"
Some urgent words out in the middle as Mumbai get into a huddle. But it feels academic.
Another time-out but Mumbai's time is already running out.
Natarajan Jayak: "Only TWO wickets fallen in all the four innings today.." It's a funny old game
Ashmal Khot: "After watching how consistent Buttler is when he opens the batting in T20s even England should try him as an opener" I suspect they will be watching. So too will Roy, Bairstow and Hales!