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Delhi Daredevils hold the edge over Patchy performance One team is on a roll with five wins under their belt and the other is just finding its feet, positioned third from the bottom in the points table. With this scenario, the Delhi Daredevils go into the match against Mumbai Indians, here at the Ferozeshah Kotla on Friday, with the knowledge of having smashed the opponents in their previous encounter - a seven-wicket win with over five overs to spare. While Mumbai robbed Kings XI Punjab in a pulsating match in Mohali on Wednesday, the Daredevils thumped Pune Warriors in their backyard with an eight-wicket win. The way the hosts have fared so far in the IPL, they would fancy their chances against Mumbai Indians, who most probably will be without the services of spearhead Lasith Malinga again. Mumbai Indians¿ Sachin Tendulkar (right) with coach Shaun Pollock during a practice session at the Ferozeshah Kotla on Thursday The return of Sachin Tendulkar has boosted their morale, but his injury-ravaged body will be thoroughly tested by the Delhi attack. The Daredevils are on song at the moment. The top-order has found its groove with Kevin Pietersen in a brilliant form and skipper Virender Sehwag is back to his old self. The bowling attack is arguably the best in the tournament, with pacer Morne Morkel leading the wicket-takers' list and Umesh Yadav, Irfan Pathan and left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem tightening the screws. Delhi would be aware that Mumbai Indians are not on top of their game. Captain Harbhajan Singh hasn't done anything worthwhile with the ball or ball - picking just one wicket from six innings and scoring 71 runs in five outings.