11. Arshdeep Singh

Arshdeep Singh has led the PBKS bowling attack pretty efficiently. He has picked up 13 wickets at economy rates in the sevens.

10. Nathan Ellis

Nathan Ellis should be high on confidence after defending quite a few runs in the last over when Holder was there batting.

9. Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami is the leader of Punjab’s bowling attack. He has scalped 13 wickets in 10 matches in this edition at an economy of 7.33, with the best figures of 3/21.

8. Ravi Bishnoi

In five matches, the leg-spinner has picked up seven wickets at a brilliant economy rate of 6.15. The tweaker has been able to turn the screws in the middle overs.

7. Harpreet Brar

Harpreet Brar has been excellent for the Kings in the limited matches he has taken part in the tournament. The left-arm spinner has bowled at an economy rate of 5.71, the best among the ones, who have bowled more than 10 overs.

6. Deepak Hooda

Deepak Hooda scored a fifty against Rajasthan Royals earlier in the tournament, but has looked indifferent since then.

5. Nicholas Pooran

Nicholas Pooran can detonate any bowling lineup on his day. After a disastrous outing in the first leg of IPL 2021, the southpaw got back his form while playing in the 2021 CPL.

4. Chris Gayle

PBKS roped in Chris Gayle into their playing eleven for the match against the Sunrisers and his inclusion has strengthened their lineup, though the Jamaican couldn’t deliver with the bat.

3. Aiden Makram 

Aiden Markram has lent solidity to the middle-order as he has scored 53 runs in the two matches.

2. Mayank Agarwal

Agarwal, on the other hand, hasn’t let his team down either. In nine games, the right-hander has got 332 runs at an average of 41.50 with a top score of an unbeaten 99.

1. KL Rahul

Rahul has led the PBKS batting with a lot of efficiency, scoring 401 runs from nine matches at an average of 57.28 with four half-centuries.