Statistical Highlights of Mumbai Indians vs Pune Warriors India:
# Mumbai Indians have won five and lost one out of six contested against Pune Warriors at the IPL - winning % 83.33.
# Mumbai Indians have won nine and lost four out of 13 played at the IPL 2013.
# Pune Warriors have lost nine successive games at the IPL between April 17 2013 and May 11, 2013. They became the first team to lose nine successive games or more at the IPL twice. They had lost 11 in succession between April 24, 2012 and April 7, 2013 - an unwanted IPL record.
# Kolkata Knight Riders is the only other team to lose nine games in succession between April 23, 2009 and May 16, 2009.
# Pune became the first team to lose twelve games in the present competition.
# Aaron Finch has lost eight successive games as captain, emulating the unwanted feats accomplished by two captains previously - Sourav Ganguly and Brendon McCullum.
# Pune Warriors' 112 for eight is their lowest total against Mumbai Indians at the IPL, outstripping the 118 at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai on April 20, 2011.
# Mitchell Johnson (4-0-8-2) became the first bowler to register an economy rate of 2.00 in four overs for Mumbai Indians at the IPL. Hyderabad's Karan Sharma was the first to register an ER of 2.00 in four overs in the current tournament - 4-1-8-0 vs Chennai at Chepauk on April 25.
# Johnson is the top wicket-taker for Mumbai Indians at the IPL 2013 - his tally being 19 at an average of 16.36 in twelve games.
# Johnson has received his second Man of the Match award at the IPL.
# Angelo Matthews has recorded his second duck in 98 matches in Twenty20 - both at the IPL - his first being against Rajasthan at Ahmedabad on March 20, 2010.
# Dwayne Smith has posted his second duck at the IPL - his first was against Kolkata Knight Riders at Wankhede Stadium on May 16, 2012.
# Except Steven Smith (521 runs at an average of 40.07 in 22 matches), not even a single Pune batsman has recorded an average of 30.00 at the IPL (minimum 300 runs).
# Smith is the only one from Pune to have averaged 30-plus at the IPL 2013 - 159 at an average of 39.75.
# Dinesh Karthik (405 at 33.75 in 13 matches) is the first Mumbai wicketkeeper to complete 400 runs in an IPL season. He is the third wicketkeeper after Adam Gilchrist (twice) and Robin Uthappa to amass 400 runs in an IPL season.