Also, the Pacers Mohammed Shami have been quite impressive for the new entrants. While, Shami was adjudged player of the match during GT's debut match.
Kishore was a part of the Chennai Super Kings squad in the previous IPL season but did not get a game. The new franchise Gujarat Titans bagged the services of Kishore for INR 3 crore after an intense bidding war.
Lockie Ferguson have been quite impressive for the new entrants. Ferguson bagged the award in the second match after grabbing four wickets against Delhi Capitals.
Experienced leg-spinner Rashid Khan is also doing his job quietly, scalping some crucial wickets for his side. Rashid is one of the main weapon for the Titans to keep the opposition batters quiet during the middle overs.
Right-handed batter Abhinav Manohar, who has not got a chance to show his batting skills is also expected to retain his position in the playing XI.
All-rounder Rahul Tewatia played a gem of an innings against PBKS, hitting two huge sixes in the final over and taking his side to victory. He also played a good knock against the Lucknow Super Giants and got his side home in a tricky run chase. The all-rounder will like to perform well against SRH as well.
David Miller has also played some vital knocks for his new franchise. The left-handed batter scored 30 off 21 balls in the first match against LSG. Miller remained unbeaten in both the second and third match as well, scoring 20* and six runs respectively.
Skipper Hardik Pandya has been quite phenomenal with both bat and ball so far. The right-handed batter has played some decent knocks in past three matches including two 30+ scores. Taking the new ball, Pandya has been bowling some tight lines and getting few vital wickets for his side as well.
Youngster Sai Sudharsan played a vital knock of 35 runs in his debut match against PBKS. He along with Gill stitched an excellent 101 run partnership for GT and set the template to chase down the target of 190 runs.
Shubman Gill had a fantastic outing in the previous game against the Punjab Kings and looked the most comfortable batter for GT side. The right-handed batter, despite playing risk-free cricket, managed to keep his strike rate above 150 throughout his inning and finished with a match-winning innings of 96 off 59 deliveries that included 11 fours and one six.
Wicketkeeper-batter Matthew Wade has failed to perform in last two matches making one run against DC and six runs against PBKS. He is expected to be replaced by the other wicketkeeper-batter Rahmanullah Gurbaz in the playing XI.