Largely known for his heroics in the longest format, Hazlewood has done well in the powerplay overs barring the last game.
Deepak Chahar is also likely to come in place of KM Asif. Chahar has made the new ball talk this season, generating swing on the flattest of decks.
The other player is Shardul who somehow continues to do well. The right-arm pacer somehow continues to do well and would like to shine against DC as well.
Bravo’s return is a certainty. After all, the veteran has been tormenting batters in the end overs alongside contributing in the batting department.
As far as Ravindra Jadeja, the southpaw has been sensational in all three departments. While the left-arm spinner has kept batters quiet, his striking in end overs has also helped CSK.
Moeen Ali has been aggressive regardless the situation of the same. Keeping the last game aside, Ali has also been economical with his off-spins
Ambati Rayudu has played some impressive knocks this season. However, his failures have put CSK in a spot of bother several times. Hence, the veteran would like to put up a substantial show.
MS Dhoni doesn’t have much to show in terms of runs either. Nevertheless, he continues to be a formidable force in the captaincy and leadership department.
Hailed as Mr. IPL, Suresh Raina has really not done much after scoring a fifty in his first outing this season. Notably, a player of Robin Uthappa’s caliber has been warming the benches.
During his outing against RR, Gaikwad slammed his maiden IPL hundred. The knock also saw him becoming the first batter to cross 500 runs this season.
Faf du Plessis has also scored over 450 runs. Hence, the likes of Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje have to make the new ball talk against the duo.