The slide also included a shambolic show towards the tail-end of the innings with the defending champions scoring only 27 runs off the last four overs while going on to lose three wickets.
Shami has turned out in all the three matches for DD and a team official said there's no question of his availability as it remains to be seen where there's also a court room battle in the offing. Although the equation was simple, the final run was not with the Bangladeshi quick bowling three dot balls in a row to leave Roy needing one run from the final ball with pressure mounting.
Batting first at the Wankhede, the Indians racked up runs at quite the pace.
The Next Stop: Delhi will get a chance to get consecutive victories when they meet Chris Lynn's Kolkata Knight Riders on Tuesday whilst the winless-Mumbai take on Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore on Wednesday to try and get the ball rolling for IPL 11.
After their fall, wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan and skipper Rohit Sharma (18) shared a crucial 57-run stand for the third wicket, which helped the host to cross 150-run mark.
Skipper Dinesh Karthik will face a big test when a struggling Kolkata Knight Riders lock horns with a resurgent Delhi Daredevils, led by double title winning former KKR skipper Gautam Gambhir, in a much-anticipated IPL clash here tomorrow. It fell upon Shreyas Iyer to support Roy to complete the job.
On opening the innings Yadav said it was decided yesterday. With 11 needed off the last over, he had smashed Bangladesh's Mustafizur Rahman over cover for four and swung him backward of square for six. But by the time Pant was out, he had scored a precious 25-ball 47. They brutally punished Boult as 15 runs came in his second over, with Yadav hitting two fours and Lewis striking his first six. Earlier, Mumbai looked poised for a sizeable total only to lose their way in the last five overs of the innings. It was Williamson who looked more comfortable against the KKR bowlers. But Kieron Pollard brought MI back into the game with a stunning diving catch at long-off as Pant went back to the pavilion with the visitors at 119/2.
Speaking about the tense finish Iyer said "As a batsman, you would love to close down the chase at the earliest, but they bowled some really good slower balls and the last over, it was tougher for Jason to pick up". He neither batted or bowl in the first match and in the second match, he scored a crawling 23-ball 28 and did not get to bowl as well.