11. Mukesh Choudhary

Mukesh Choudhury has registered three scalps to his name from four outings and would be looking to create an impression in the wickets tally from hereon.

10. Maheesh Theekshana

Maheesh Theekshana was the leading wicket-taker for CSK in the last game against RCB as he registered match-winning figures of 4/33 from his four overs.

9. Chris Jordan

Chris Jordan on the other hand is a seasoned campaigner and knows a thing or two about breaking some crucial partnerships. He has so far picked up two wickets from three matches.

8. Dwayne Bravo

Dwayne Bravo surpassed Sri Lankan icon Lasith Malinga to become the all-time leading wicket-taker in IPL history. Bravo has not fired with the bat yet and would be eager to cut loose in the next game, especially in the middle and death overs.

7. MS Dhoni (wk)

MS Dhoni has not been consistent with the bat and CSK desperately need his finishing touches going forward.

6. Shivam Dube

Shivam Dube has been CSK's batting backbone courtesy of his consistent performances. The middle-order sensation was adjudged the Player of the Match against Bangalore for his match-winning knock of 95 runs from 46 deliveries at a fascinating strike rate of 206.

5. Ravindra Jadeja (c)

Ravindra Jadeja has only managed 66 runs from five matches so far with his highest individual score being an unbeaten 26. The CSK skipper would be hoping to take more responsibility with the bat. The southpaw has also registered four scalps to his name and had accounted for a rampaging Glenn Maxwell in the last game.

4. Ambati Rayudu

Veteran batter Ambati Rayudu pulled off a match-winning one-handed stunner to dismiss in-form Dinesh Karthik in the last game, but CSK would be hoping that the Andhra cricketer regains form on the 22 yards.

3. Moeen Ali

Moeen Ali was one of the key players that were instrumental in the Chennai Super Kings. CSK needs to have a strong middle order who can take the game to the next level.

2. Ruturaj Gaikwad

Last season's Orange Cap winner Ruturaj Gaikwad is yet to make an impact in the ongoing season. The Maharashtra cricketer has so far managed just 35 runs from five matches averaging seven and a strike rate of 85.37.

1. Robin Uthappa

Robin Uthappa on the other hand roared back to form with a magnificent knock of 88 runs from 50 deliveries. He laid a solid foundation for Chennai as they eventually went on to post a match-winning total of 216/4 from their 20 overs. The veteran opener would once again be expected to fire all cylinders against GT.