11. Arshdeep Singh

The left-armer Arshdeep is currently the leading run-scorer for the team, having picked up 16 wickets. The southpaw has been exceptional at the death and has bowled Yorkers with ease.

10. Nathan Ellis

Nathan Ellis  has bowled at an economy of 6.28.Nathan Ellis is yet to find his rhythm in the T20 tournament.

9. Mohammed Shami

Shami went for a few in the previous game. Shami, on the other hand, is just behind Arshdeep with 15 wickets.

8. Ravi Bishnoi

Ravi Bishnoi has played only seven games and has already picked up 11 wickets. Most importantly, the leg-spinner has given his team breakthroughs in the middle overs.

7. Fabien Allen

In three matches, the left-armer has only picked up one wicket. He will be looking for a decent show in the upcoming encounter.

6. Shahrukh Khan

Although Rahul continued to anchor, this time alongside Shahrukh Khan, who played a stellar cameo of 22 off just 9, with two sixes and a four to take his team across the line.

5. Deepak Hooda

It seemed PBKS might just to a PBKS when Markram was removed for 18 off 16 by Sunil Narine followed by the immediate departure of Deepak Hooda courtesy of Shivam Mavi.

4. Nicholas Pooran

Nicholas Pooran’s horrible run of form is refusing to end. In 10 innings, the left-handed batter has scored a mere 82 runs with a top score of 32. He needs to find his form to boost Punjab’s middle order.

3. Aiden Makram 

Aiden Markram has a massive task at hand. But the latter has played his part to some extent, having scored 113 runs from four matches at an average of 37.66.

2. Mayank Agarwal

Agarwal, on the other hand, made a decent comeback after recovering from a stiff back. He has scored 372 runs at an average of 41.33 and a strike rate of 143.07 with three half-centuries.

1. KL Rahul

KL Rahul has been sensational for PBKS in the ongoing tournament. The right-hander is 11 short of 500 runs this season and has played at an average of 54.33 and a strike rate of 130.74.