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Stats: Pune Warriors record 33 percent success rate

April 06, 2012 22:30 IST

Statistical highlights of the IPL match between Mumbai Indians and Pune Warriors in Mumbai on Friday.

# Mumbai Indians (100/9) have recorded their third lowest total at the IPL -- the two lowest scores are 87 against Punjab at Mohali on May 10, 2011 and 94 for eight against Rajasthan at Jaipur on April 29, 2011.

# Pune Warriors have produced their first win in three games against Mumbai Indians at the IPL -- success percent 33.

# Pune Warriors have posted their first victory while batting first at the IPL. They have won five games at the IPL -- two against Punjab and one each against Mumbai, Kochi and Deccan.

# Steven Smith has top-scored in the game with 39 off 32 balls.

# Smith has got his first Man-of-the-Match award for Pune Warriors at the IPL.

# Ashok Dinda (4/17) has registered the best bowling figures for Pune Warriors at the IPL, outstripping Mitchell Marsh's figures of 4 for 25 against Deccan at Hyderabad on May 10, 2011.

# Dinda has taken four wickets in an innings twice in Twenty20.

# Pune Warriors (129 for 9) have recorded their second highest total against Mumbai Indians -- the highest is 139 for seven at Dr D        Y Patil Sports Academy, Mumbai on May 4, 2011.

# Lasith Malinga is the top wicket-taker at the IPL overall, taking 65 at an average of 16.35 in 44 matches, overtaking Rudra Pratap Singh's tally of 64 wickets at 24.59 runs apiece in 56 matches.

# During the course of his 36 off 33 balls, Robin Uthappa has completed his 300 runs at an average of 27.27 in 15 matches for Pune Warriors at the IPL.

# Pune Warriors' winning per cent at the IPL is 35.71 -- five victories, nine losses, one no-result game out of 15 played.

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