Sunrisers Hyderabad and Mumbai Indians have both played some fantastic cricket in IPL 2015, but only one team can make it to the Playoffs as David Warner's side takes on Rohit Sharma's side in a do-or-die game at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad.
Mumbai Indians might have started the competition on the wrong foot, but they have been the team to beat as they have won an impressive six out of their last seven games.
SRH have also been decent with three victories in their last four matches, hence both the teams should be confident in this crucial encounter.
Here is a look at some players, who will hold the key in Sunday's game at Hyderabad.
David Warner: The Australian has led the team from the front and has scored consistently for SRH. Warner has scored an incredible 556 runs in the competition so far and have belted bowlers all around the park. He has provided good starts to his team. At the top of the order, whether it is against the spinners or fast bowlers, Warner has taken an aggressive approach, which has paid off.
Moises Henriques: Of late, SRH has been hugely dependent on the Aussie all rounder for his skills with both the bat and ball. He has scored 276 runs in IPL 2015. One of the best thing about Henriques is that he has played as the situation demands. He has anchored the innings as well as smashed bowlers all around the park. Not only Henriques' batting has been a major positive, but his his gentle medium pace has also helped him take 11 crucial wickets.
Rohit Sharma: The Mumbai batsman is known for his timing and elegance along with his consistent run-scoring ability in IPL. He has scored 406 runs in the competition and Rohit Sharma may be required to play an important role with the bat in the top order, if MI are to cross the finishing line in Sunday's encounter. With 17 sixes in IPL 2015, he has showed how destructive he can be with the willow in his hand.
Kieron Pollard: The big man from West Indies has played some handy knocks and when the batsman is on the batting crease, he instils fear as he can use the long handle to good effect when required. He has a strike rate of 154.75 and if the batsman comes up with such strike rate in Sunday's game, MI will be in the driver's seat. He has scored 342 runs and two wickets in the tournament so far.