KL Rahul scored his 2nd century of the edition versus Mumbai Indians however he barely had any assistance at the other end as LSG managed a score of 168/6 in 20 overs.
Rahul was batting on a different pitch to the rest of his teammates as he banged 103 runs in 62 balls.
The second highest score was by Manish Pandey who stroked just 22 off as many deliveries.
LSG lost wickets at the other end in a group which means that Rahul finished-up scoring well over half of LSG’s runs.
MI are coming back to the Wankhede for the first time in 3 years.
The five-time champions are suffering at the bottom of the table.
Lucknow, on the contrary, have looked in good form with four victories from 7 games but they are coming into the match following sustaining an 18-run defeat to RCB.