11. Mohammed Shami

Shami has the same number wickets as his partner Ferguson, but has a better economy of 7.58.

10. Alzarri Joseph

The Caribbean pacer Alzarri Joseph featured in his first fixture for the team in the last outing against CSK, and finished with figures of 2/34 off four overs and will look to continue the same form.

9. Lockie Ferguson

The Kiwi pacer, Lockie Ferguson has wreaked havoc with his pace and accuracy in the initial matches of the tournament. In six matches, he has eight wickets with an economy of 8.33.

8. Rashid Khan

Rashid has picked up six wickets in six matches at an economy of 6.67, and will be a lethal weapon to put a brake on the opposition batters and take wickets as well. In the last fixture, he was terrific with the bat as well.

7. Abhinav Manohar

The youngster Abhinav Manohar has been a steady performer in this season. He has stitched crucial partnerships with Pandya and Miller in the middle-order and provided a late flourish in the final overs. In six innings, he has 106 runs at a strike rate of 151.34.

6. Rahul Tewatia

After the heroics in the game against PBKS, Tewatia is seen as a proper finisher for the team. In six innings, he has 79 runs to his name, with the highest score of 149.06.

5. David Miller

The Protea batter Miller remained unbeaten on 94* off 51 balls to seal the victory for the team in the last fixture against CSK. In this tournament, he has come at the end and provided lusty blows for the team. In total, he has 193 runs in six innings at a strike rate of 160.83.

4. Hardik Pandya (c)

Pandya has 228 runs in five innings and has picked up four wickets as well. He has led the team from the front by coming at No. 4 position and bowling in the powerplay overs as well.

3. Vijay Shankar

The experienced campaigner from Tamil Nadu, Shankar has failed in all his appearances in the ongoing season. In four appearances, he has contributed only 19 runs at a strike rate of 54.29. Although he has failed, but might get another chance to showcase his potential.

2. Shubman Gill

Shubman Gill has been a consistent performer in the IPL for the last few editions. He has done quite well this season to score 200 runs in six appearances at a strike rate of 151.52. In the last fixture, he was dismissed on a golden duck and the team could not gather enough runs in the powerplay overs.

1. Wriddhiman Saha (Wk)

In the last fixture, the experienced wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha was brought into the team to replace the struggling Matthew Wade, who did not contribute enough in the initial matches. However, Saha was unable to provide a strong start to the team, as he managed to score only 11 of 18 balls.