The Mumbai Indians will want to make it six wins in a row in IPL 2017 when they host the Delhi Daredevils at the Wankhede Stadium on Saturday.
Having wrapped up another outstanding win, when they played Kings XI Punjab in Indore, this Mumbai Indians team only seem to be going from strength to strength.
Will the Delhi Daredevils be able to stop the MI from marauding to another victory in IPL 2017?
Here is a look at how the match could go.
If Mumbai Indians bat first:
This is something they aren't too familiar with, having last batted first in an IPL 2017 match in their first game of the season.
Parthiv Patel looks a little tentative at the beginning, but there are no such problems for Jos Buttler, who starts finding the boundaries early. With Buttler in the mood, MI get 64 in the Powerplay, with the only man dismissed being Parthiv, who falls to a really good short delivery from Pat Cummins.
Chris Morris then does further damage to the MI batting lineup by picking up the in-form Nitish Rana, before Buttler is also dismissed.
Rohit Sharma and Kieron Pollard come together for a solid partnership, and with Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya doing what they do best at the end, MI manage to make 188.
The Delhi Daredevils start really well as Sanju Samson finds boundaries through the offside at will, with Sam Billings peppering the onside boundary.
Thanks to the partnership from the two openers, the Delhi Daredevils are on course in the chase. They stay there, despite losing Samson, with Billings and Shreyas Iyer putting on a wonderful alliance, which sets the game up for Rishabh Pant and Chris Morris to finish in style.
If Delhi Daredevils bat first:
Samson falls in the second over to Harbhajan Singh, but Billings and Karun Nair keep Delhi going along nicely. Then Iyer, playing at his home ground, comes and decides to make this game his, by playing an outstanding knock of 64.
His entire array of shots is on show, and thanks to that innings and cameos from Corey Anderson, Pant and Morris, the Delhi Daredevils are able to make 190.
MI start a little worryingly as Parthiv goes early, but Buttler and Rana hold the innings together with a nice partnership. Then, when Rana falls to Zaheer Khan and Buttler is picked up by Anderson, a Rohit special is required.
The Mumbai Indians fans are treated to not just one special innings from Rohit, with Kieron Pollard going into smash town like only he can to take his team to a comfortable win.