However, irrespective of the contrast in statistics between the two the teams as compared to the last season, MI and DD both have had a torrid start in the 11th season of IPL as they have lost their first two games.
New Zealand captain Kane Willamson hit a half-century and an excellent performance in the field helped Sunrisers Hyderabad maintain their ideal Indian Premier League record with a five-wicket win over Kolkata Knight Riders.
DD moved up to sixth position after their win, while Mumbai found themselves at the bottom of the table after their third successive defeat.
While Suryakumar smashed 53 off 32, Lewis hit a quick 28-ball 48, comprised of four six and as many boundaries. Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma said Mumbai would learn from their mistakes and come back stronger.
Ishan Kishan, batting at No. 3, recovered from a slow start to slam 44 off 23 balls, but Mumbai fell away below him. Billy Stanlake took two wickets- Nitish Rana (18 runs off 16 balls) and Andre Russell (9 runs off 5 balls) and Shaqib took the wicket of Chris Lynn (49 runs off 34 balls) and Sunil Narine (9 runs off 10 balls).
Pant did not spare Dhananjaya, hitting him for two sixes and a four as Delhi grabbed 19 runs of the 10th over.
Stanlake scored the winning runs from the No 11 berth on Thursday as Sunrisers squeaked to a one-wicket win over Mumbai Indians, but was not required this time around as Williamson (50) and Shakib (27) put on 59 for the fourth wicket, their dismissals coming too late for Kolkata.
Team India's all-rounder Hardik Pandya is counted as one of the finest fielders of cricket world and he has taken many unbelievable catches in his career.
"We thought they were 20-30 runs short", Delhi captain Gautam Gambhir said. Barring their captain Gambhir none of their other batsmen, including the power-hitters have hit form. The delay helped Hyderabad, who picked up wickets regularly and restricted the Knight Riders to 138-8. "We know he's hard to pick, so if he just bowls that length and pace where he asks batsmen to make decisions, we know it's going to be hard for them and he's bamboozling very good players at the moment". "We'll have to turn around quickly". Another ex-KKR player, Shakib Al Hasan, had a productive day with figures of 2 for 21 that included a sharp caught-and-bowled effort.
Shami has turned out in all the three matches for DD and a team official said there's no question of his availability.