10:41pm Can you ask for more from this league? Two back to back blockbusters. We have our experts on the job to make sense of it all for you. So stay on the site and watch them, read them, and tweet at us as we close off our coverage. Thank you for joining me and I hope you had fun. See you tomorrow!
Kohli standing in for AB, who is too dehydrated to be out for the award: I wish I was AB de Villiers to be honest! I think he was coming off a long break. Some of the shots he played were outstanding. Good with the gloves as well. You speak with him and he keeps things simple. Doesn't watch a lot of cricket, enjoys his life, enjoys his golf. Comes out here relaxed and backs his ability.
AB de Villiers is the Man of the Match.
Virat Kohli: I don't have words because it was such a rollercoaster. We batted really well to get past 200 and the start with the ball was outstanding as well. They played well in the middle overs, patiently, waiting for the dew to kick in. I hope we didn't think we'd done the job [at 90 off 5 overs]. Fielding is something we have to keep working on. If we'd taken out chances again it wouldn't have been so close. As I said, these little things we're not capitalising on, we need to work on. [Super Over] I thought about, Jasprit's going to bowl and use the longer boundary. Thought about who are the best guys to come back for twos and it was me and AB. It was a good match with Jasprit being the best bowler they have. We felt he's in the game, we're in the game, and that's what the people love. But not for the captains involved. We'll take lessons and close the games better in the future. I think the changes that we made, making Washy bowl in the powerplay paid off. I think Isuru did well as well. Gurkeerat didn't get a bat but we had the balance right. Zampa did well too other than that last over. Outstanding super over from Saini aganst Hardik and Pollard. I think the long boundary gave him confidence. [2 in 3] A bit different from the past, isn't it?! Need to plug in those gaps in those performances and keep accumulating those points.
10:25pm Hello, it's me again, with a moment to breathe. What a finish to a game that was headed for a more straightforward end than this. That drop from Pawan Negi - who took three important catches otherwise - kept Pollard in. And keeping Pollard in means staying in the game. Just turned the game with a 27-run over and then Kishan kicked off from the other end too. Unfortunate not to have a hundred, the young man playing his first match in place of state senior Saurabh Tiwary. He nearlyfinished it in regulation time. A little more juice on that shot and it would have been the most incredible finish - 80 runs scored off the last 23 balls. But those are rare in this game, even when you get that close. For RCB, a big sigh of relief. Came in with a rejigged bowling line up today but it still looks like they're overdependent on Saini at the death. It took an extra over from him for them to win a match in which they made 201 after some solid batting. They sneak through to another win. Two matches now that they've narrowly taken But four points in three matches are precious and these wins set you up when you have a more settled team later on. Let's hope they can find that at some point. Always helps to be winning even when you're not entirely 100%.
Washington Sundar: I have to do my job and happy to have contributed to this. I just wanted in any way I could for RCB. I was glad I was given this particular role against a team like Mumbai Indians and shows a lot of confidence as well. I think we did an amazing job to restrict them to seven runs. The win really means a lot because we did really well with the bat and we cannot go back to the room losing this match. We couldn't have lost this, really glad that we won this game.
Rohit: It was a great game. We were not in the game at all when we started with the bat. Great innings by Ishan to get us back. Polly was brilliant as usual. Just that we didn't start well, I thought we could have got 200 with the batting we have. With Polly being there, anything can happen, and Ishan can hit it. We had the belief that we could do it. They held their nerves although we put pressure. [Kishan] was drained out and he was not comfortable for the Super Over. He was not feeling fresh and Hardik is someone we trust hitting the long balls. It's not coming off but we're confident. Seven runs, you have to have luck on your side and get a wicket in the first two balls. And that unfortunate edge over fine leg made it two in two for them.
Conference time between the bowler and captain. Pollard is in on that discussion too. The fielders are coming into the circle, barring a deep midwicket. Short midwicket, short extra cover and big ring square on the off side. Is he going length ball outside off?
Short fine moves into midwicket now and deep square moves finer for Kohli
It will be AB to take strike. Fine leg in, third man in. Point and extra cover in.
As expected, it will be Jasprit Bumrah who'll bowl for Mumbai Indians. Remember, he didn't have a great time with the ball either. Went for 42 off his four. And the man who contributed to that - AB de Villiers - is coming out. To partner him is Virat Kohli, who had the most indifferent innings tonight. He's come out to seal it for his team in the Super Over.
The death over RCB never got on the first attempt has kept them in the game. There's still an over to go before we have a result, but this pretty much RCB summed up. They needed a fifth over from Saini to contain Mumbai Indians. Eight to win.
Rohit is the new man but he will be at the non-striker's end
Chahal in Saini's ears and drying the ball with the towel
Rohit Sharma is also padded up by the way, and has his helmet on
The field remains the same for Pandya. The leg side is the bigger side.
Saini has the ball for RCB. Kieron Pollard will take strike. Hardik Pandya at the other end. Kishan is still padded up.
Extra cover, point, third man, fine leg are in the circle
9:53pm Time and time again, RCB find ways to mess it up at the end. But that statement alone will be a ridiculous disservice to what Kieron Pollard has done in Ishan Kishan's company here. Superb, superb T20 batting from one of the all-time greats. An unbeaten 60 off 24 balls and you better bet he's going to be back out there for the Super Over now. And will Kishan join him? No, it appears it will be Hardik Pandya. Kishan is still padded up.RCB have conceded 79 off their last four overs. Now they've to bowl a fifth.
They have crossed over. Pollard on strike. A six gives them the win. A four the tie.
More towel work. 11 needed off 3.
Third man, point, extra cover, mid-off in the circle. Udana is around the wicket. They want Pollard hitting into the long leg side.
12 from the over. Isuru Udana must defend 19 against Kishan and Pollard on his RCB debut. Leg side is the short side for Kishan at this end.
Kishan has to get a boundary here from Mumbai's perspective. They'll want Pollard facing six balls from Udana. The towels are out and Saini is giving the ball a working at the top of his mark.
DEEP PATEL: "Really good stuff from Saini here! "
Ritesh: "Saini has bowled pure gold dust here... "
Third man, point and extra cover are in. Fine leg is in. Saini stays over the wicket.
They've got 49 in the last 2. Now they need 31 off 12. Saini was saved for the 19th. Here he is.
He's kept him quiet with some loopy stuff. Does he dare?
Aditya: "Someone said Pollard snatching victories from RCB on smaller grounds, he may do it on bigger ground tonight"