Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma chose to bowl for the fourth consecutive game, against Kings XI Punjab in Indore.
Kings XI have some risky batsmen, especially the three "Ms" - skipper Glenn Maxwell, David Miller and Eoin Morgan - besides Hashim Amla who can pile up runs but none of them clicked in the last three outings.
Marsh, who opened the batting alongside Amla, was the first Punjab wicket to fall when he was caught by Kieron Pollard off New Zealand's Mitchell McClenaghan for 26. Those 50 runs from two overs gave Kings XI a significant boost.
The England worldwide reached the milestone in 24 balls with the help of seven fours and two sixes.
Contrary, Mumbai started on a patchy note has gathered momentum and the team has synched well and registered fascinating four win - Gujarat Lions by 6 wickets, Royal Challengers Bangalore by 4 wickets, Sunrisers Hyderabad by 4 wickets and Kolkata Knight Riders by 4 wickets - in their last four games. He was out for 37 off 18 balls at 81-1. As for the Kings, Axar Patel was their most economical bowler at 10 runs per over.
On the other hand, hosts Kings XI Punjab will be looking to regroup in this important match.
Not until captain Glenn Maxwell joined Amla did Kings XI get back on track.
Kings XI bowlers could look to bowl wide of off stump to the left-handed Rana, and get KC Cariappa to bowl more offbreaks than carrom balls at him.
Parthiv Patel fell off the penultimate ball of the powerplay, but Jos Buttler rallied on, building on their highest powerplay score and catapulting Mumbai to 100 in mere 7.5 overs, a record high again.
If Amla was sublime, Buttler's power-packed shots were scary as he hit seven fours and five sixes, completely overshadowing the effort from the illustrious South African.
The Holkar Stadium pitch turned into a nightmare for bowlers as 398 runs were scored in both the innings. He slammed a massive six over mid-wicket in the very first over and then, scored a boundary off a defensive push in the next over. It was then all Rana-Buttler show which spoiled Amla party, his maiden IPL ton, with match-winning partnership. Kieron Pollard's contribution to the side can not be undermined after his match-winning knock against the Kolkata Knight Riders.