While Kaul and Sharma were a touch on the expensive side but picked up two and one wickets, respectively. But against CSK batters, the duo should need to step up and support Kumar.
Picking up crucial wickets for the side, Sharma has led the side to victory on quite a few occasions.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who has been effective in power play and death overs. He will be again hoping to deliver for the team against CSK.
The lead spinner Rashid Khan as usual has been phenomenal in the middle overs. During the last game against RR, he yet again kept things tight and gave away 31 runs and picked up a wicket.
youngster Abdul Samad has shown maturity beyond his age to help finish off few games for SRH. Coming in to bat at six or seven, Samad hitting abilities has helped the team post score more than 150.
Jason Holder is having a great season for SRH but consistency is what he would be aiming for. After his all-around brilliance against PBKS, Holder failed to pick wickets against RR.
But with no pressure of qualifying, the management gave Garg and all-rounder Abhishek Sharma chances. Although Garg failed, Sharma played well and scored unbeaten 21 runs.
Meanwhile, young Garg would look to cash on this opportunity and show to the world his batting prowess.
With four games yet to be played, the ice-cool Williamson would hope to end this year’s IPL campaign on high
Saha has not fired as he would have hoped for. But with a free-flowing batter like Roy at the crease, Saha can look to get his eye in and then try to play some shots down the ground.
The hard-hitting England opener Jason Roy had a rollicking debut for SRH as he blitzed his way to 60 runs off just 42 balls. The right-hand batter was in his elements straightway and took on Rajasthan Royals bowlers with effortless ease.