Here are the statistical highlights from the match between Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians:
# Mumbai Indians have qualified in the final of the IPL for the second time. They had lost by 22 runs to Chennai at Mumbai (DYP) on April 25, 2010.
# Mumbai have won seven and lost five out of twelve contested against Rajasthan at the IPL - winning % 58.33.
# Mumbai Indians have 114 sixes to their credit in the present competition - the most by any side in an IPL tournament. Bangalore had recorded 109 in 15 matches in 2012.
# Harbhajan Singh has captured 20 wickets in an IPL season for the first time - 22 at an average of 20.09 in 18 matches.
# Harbhajan is the second Mumbai bowler after Mitchell Johnson (22 at an average of 20.00 in sixteen matches) to claim 22 wickets in the present IPL edition.
# Harbhajan has dismissed Watson for the first time at the IPL.
# Harbhajan was involved in the first five dismissals apart from hitting the winning run. He was justifiably adjudged the Man of the Match - his fourth in IPL.
# Harbhajan (3/23) has produced his best bowling performance against Rajasthan Royals at the IPL.
# Kieron Pollard (50) is the third Mumbai bowler to complete 50 wickets at the IPL, joining Lasith Malinga (101) and Harbhajan Singh (76).
# Rahul Dravid (43 off 37 balls) has taken his run-aggregate to 471 at an average of 29.43 in eighteen matches - the third highest for Rajasthan Royals at the IPL 2013. Only Shane Watson (543) and Ajinkya Rahane (488) have managed runs than Dravid.
# Overall, the top four run-getters for Rajasthan at the IPL are - Shane Watson (1785), Rahul Dravid (1276) and Ajinkya Rahane (1168) and Yusuf Pathan (1011).
# Dravid is averaging just 19.50 against Mumbai Indians at the IPL - 195 runs in eleven innings - the strike rate being 100.51.
# Dravid has recorded 69 boundaries (64 fours and five sixes) - the most by him in an IPL season, outstripping the 67 (63 fours and four sixes) hit by him last season.
# In terms of run-aggregate, Dravid's performance this year is his best at the IPL - 471 (ave.29.43) in eighteen matches.
# Rajasthan have scored 61 runs in their last five overs (104 for four to 165 for six) - the most by them while batting first in the present competition.
# Hodge and Yagnik were involved in a 57-run unbroken stand - the highest seventh-wicket partnership by any pair against Mumbai Indians at the IPL, outstripping the 56 by Binny and Hodge for Rajasthan at Wankhede Stadium,
Mumbai on May 15, 2013.
# James Faulkner, with 28 wickets at 15.25 runs apiece in sixteen matches, has emulated the feats of Lasith Malinga (28 in 2011) and Dwayne Bravo (28 in 2013). All three share a record for most wickets in an IPL season.
# Malinga's economy rate of 7.27 is his worst in an IPL season (18 wickets at 24.77 in 16 matches), surpassing the 7.02 in 2010. His bowling average of 24.77 is the worst by a Mumbai bowler in an IPL competition (minimum sixteen wickets).
# Dwayne Smith has posted his fourth fifty in the present competition and became the third Mumbai player to manage 400 runs (414 at 34.50), joining Rohit Sharma (536) and Dinesh Karthik (489).