What to expect: The RGI Stadium has played host to two different pitches. David Warner got to a 43-ball hundred by the 11th over against KKR. Mumbai Indians, who played the last game there,
were done in by a two-paced version of the wicket and mustered only 138 in their 20 overs. That game was 12 days ago and the curators are confident that the pitch has had enough 'rest period' to play true once more. Meanwhile, there is no threat of rain either with temperatures expected to hover in the low thirties for the clash.