Rohit Sharma
Defending champions Mumbai Indians have lost two of their first three matches in IPL 2016Getty Images

After losses over the weekend, both Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians will have a point to prove when they face each other at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium on 18 April. David Warner's injury-hit side were restricted to 142 in their 20 overs batting first against the Kolkata Knight Riders, with Gautam Gambhir's unbeaten 90 taking the visitors to an easy eight-wicket win. The home side are priced at 11/10 by Betfair to beat Mumbai for their first win of the season.

Defending champions Mumbai lost out by three wickets in a last-ball finish against the Gujarat Lions on 16 April. They are backed at 5/6 to get back to winning ways in Hyderabad.

Warner is 9/4 to top score for the hosts, with fellow opener Shikhar Dhawan at 3/1. Kane Williamson and Eoin Morgan are at 12/5 and 4/1, respectively, and Moises Henriques is at 9/2.

Mumbai skipper Rohit Sharma fell for 7 against Gujarat, but is 11/5 to top score against the Sunrisers. New Zealand opener Martin Guptill is likely to start his first match of the season and is 11/4 to lead with the bat, while England's Jos Buttler is placed at 7/2.