Kolkata Knight Riders all but confirmed their place in the Indian Premier League play-offs with a one-sided 86-run win over Rajasthan Royals.
In the final group-stage game for both teams, Shubman Gill (56 off 44) top-scored as KKR posted 171-4.
Royals managed a dismal 85 all out in reply with Shivam Mavi taking 4-21.
Mumbai Indians can still mathematically leapfrog KKR into fourth place but will need to beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by a record 171 runs on Friday.
Royals end the season in seventh place and their wait for a second IPL trophy – having won the inaugural competition in 2008 – goes on.
In arguably their most important game of the season, KKR made a cautious start to their innings, reaching 20-0 after four overs, 34-0 after the powerplay and 50-0 after eight overs.