Gujarat have posted an above-average score - 166 - for the Wankhede since the start of last year's World T20. Brendon McCullum says they are probably 15 runs above par, and that the pitch is a little two-paced. Change of pace will be crucial, and Gujarat have a change-of-pace specialist in Andrew Tye, who picked up a five-for in his last game. This is an afternoon game, so I'm not sure how much effect the dew will have. Mumbai, though, have chased very well so far, this season. This should be a closely fought second innings. We'll be back in a bit.