Arshdeep Singh isn’t far behind Shami as he has accounted for 16 scalps at an economy rate of 8.22. The left-armer has impressed in the tournament, having bowled both in the powerplay and at the death.
Mohammed Shami is the leading wicket-taker for the Punjab-based franchise. The fast bowler has 18 wickets to his name at an economy rate of 7.66.
Ravi Bishnoi hasn’t flattered to deceive either, having picked up 11 wickets at a rate of 6.40.
Harpreet Brar has stayed a tad quiet since his all-round show against RCB in the first half of the IPL. He will be looking to make an impact against the Super Kings along with Henriques.
Moises Henriques hadn’t done much in IPL 2021 prior to the game against the Challengers. But in the previous match, he put his best foot forward with the ball in hand. He picked up three crucial wickets of Devdutt Padikkal, Virat Kohli and Dan Christian to rock RCB’s middle order.
Shahrukh Khan has looked impressive, having played a strike rate of 139.42.
Sarfaraz Khan couldn’t open his account last time around and bagged a golden duck. PBKS may want to bring back Deepak Hooda.
Nicholas Pooran has continued to strain, although he has the potential to make a strong comeback.
In five games, he has scored 133 runs at a decent average of 33.25. However, it’s his strike rate of 119.81 that he would dearly want to work upon.
Agarwal, on the other hand, has been equally good if not better than Rahul. He has notched 429 runs at an average of 42.90 and a strike rate of 142.05.
The right-handed Rahul is their leading run-scorer, having notched 528 runs at an average of 52.80 and a strike rate of 129.09. In the previous game, he scored 39, but couldn’t take his side home.