Dhoni said it is imperative for his team to rectify the growing tendency of losing the first Test match of series.
Man of the Match Dwayne Bravo was the most successful bowler for Mumbai taking 2/23 in his four overs.
Kieron Pollard's 30-ball 72 runs laid the foundation of an impressive Mumbai victory.
Durban's new Moses Mabhida Stadium has been designed as a state-of-the-art, world-class stadium for the 2010 World Cup.
Ian Bell hit 141 in the second Test against South Africa that England won by an innings.
Swann and Broad took three wickets each to leave the hosts reeling at 76 for six.
England grabbed three wickets after tea to wrest control of the second Test.
The washout handed England their first series win (2-1) in 4 visits to South Africa.
Yuvraj Singh is continuing his fond association with Durban through charity.
The Royals open their points tally as both games get one point each.
Durban weather conditions are favourable for cricket.
Australia's new opener Phil Hughes is already being compared to Sir Donald Bradman.
Australia beat South Africa by 175 runs in the second Test.
Kallis and de Villiers gave South Africa a chance of saving the Test.
Australia ended the third day on 292-3, an overall lead of 506 runs, with two days left in the match.
Mitchell Johnson was Australia's inspiration on the second day of the second Test.
Smith will miss the third and final Test against Australia after fracturing a finger.
Guards and police officers are swarming the team hotel in Durban, venue of the second Test.
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