Kolkata Knight Riders will be aiming for a win and sealing their place in the last four, while Mumbai Indians would target to top two finish in the final league game of the IPL
Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai Indians will hope to secure a top-two spot on Sunday against Kolkata Knight Riders in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL), while a win for KKR would secure the last spot in the playoffs.
The already-qualified Mumbai have only lost two games at home this season and will look to add another home win on Sunday.
A hard-fought knock of 91 by Hardik Pandya was not enough for MI as Dinesh Karthik and Co registered a convincing 34-run win at the Eden Gardens in their previous meeting this season.
KKR are coming fresh from their seven-wicket win against Kings XI Punjab, where Shubman Gill once again led from the front to remain unbeaten on 65.
They will, in fact, look to better their head-to-head record against Mumbai, having won just six matches in their 24 previous meetings in the IPL.
With SRH losing to RCB by four wickets on Saturday, KKR just needs to win their last league match against Mumbai on Sunday.
Both SRH and KKR are on 12 points, with the former having played all of their league matches.