The batter hasn’t been in very good form. He underperformed in the first leg of the IPL for KKR as he averaged just 18.85 in seven matches and scored 132 runs at a strike rate of 117.85. Over the last few years, he has been one of the pillars of the batting line-up of the team.
Ishan Kishan was the top run-getter for Mumbai Indians in IPL 2020. He scored 516 runs at an average of 57.33. The keeper-batter has an attacking approach to his game that makes his batting a treat for the cricket on-lookers.
For the Royal Challengers Bangalore, he has been the trusted man of skipper Virat Kohli. The captain has turned to Chahal every time the team was in desperate need of a wicket. Over the years, he has helped RCB win a lot of matches but looked a tad bit off-color this season.
He also put up a good show with the ball during the white-ball series against England at home. He has been a key player for CSK but struggled to perform in the first leg of the IPL. In seven games, he scalped just 5 wickets and also proved quite expensive.
Hardik Pandya scored only 52 runs from seven matches in the first half of the tournament. Heading into the remainder of the tournament, MI will need their power hitters in form. In the lower middle-order, Pandya is a pivotal name that has the mantle of finishing the games