One name that turned many heads and has emerged as a promising talent is that of Avesh Khan. He is currently the leading wicket-taker for the Delhi Capitals. The speedster has scalped 14 wickets in the tournament so far.
Anrich Norjte has returned to the side for the remainder of the IPL. He will be one of the prime bowlers for the team.
Kagiso Rabada has been a pivotal aspect of Delhi. The South African pacer picked up eight wickets in the first half of the league.
Ravichandran Ashwin has a lot of experience under his belt and can dominate the batters owing to the variations he possesses in his bowling.
Axar Patel, on the other hand, also can put up a good show with the willow and finish the proceedings for the side. The left-arm spinner scalped six wickets in the first half of the tournament.
The Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has proven his prowess for the team in the past. He can play the quick cameo to help the team get into a better position.
Rishabh Pant also has the flair to change the fortunes of the game. The keeper-batter scored 213 runs in the Indian leg of IPL and will be an important factor for the team.
Shreyas Iyer, on the other hand, missed the Indian leg of the IPL as he underwent a shoulder injury. However, he has regrouped with the side and is all fit to take the charge of the field.
Shimron Hetmyer featured for the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League. From 11 matches, he scored 218 runs in the tournament.
Shaw, on the other hand, smashed 308 runs at an average of 38.50 in the first half of the tournament. He too appeared to be in a good form and will look forward to making an impact on the side.
Dhawan has chipped in 380 runs in the tournament so far at an average of 54.28. He led the Indian side for the white ball series against Sri Lanka and looked in good touch in the series. He will be determined to carry the momentum further.