Siddharth Kaul, who have largely been inconsistent with their line and lengths.
Picking up crucial wickets for the side, Sharma has led the side to victory on quite a few occasions.
Kumar has not looked as effective as he would have liked. So far, he has taken only two wickets in the four games of the UAE leg of the IPL.
The lead spinner Rashid Khan as usual has been phenomenal in the middle overs. Rashid has so far taken 14 wickets and as usual, has been brilliant for SRH.
Abdul Samad has continued to impress. His lusty blows lower down the order has given SRH a good finisher lower down the order. The youngster is not afraid to play his strokes and also strikes at a good strike rate of over 150.
Holder has ably taken the additional responsibility of taking wickets, as well as scoring handy runs lower down the order. So far, he has taken six wickets and has scored 62 runs in three games that he has batted.
Abhishek has a reputation to go big but so far, in the 19 IPL games, the southpaw has only scored 189 runs.
Garg has also failed to seize his chances and has only scored 140 runs in 16 games.
The pressure has got to ice-cool Williamson too at times as he has struggled to accelerate, during the death overs of the innings.
Saha would like to convert starts into something substantial. He has contributed to good-looking 30s, and 40s, but that big score has eluded him. With three games yet to go, Saha would hope to finish the season on a high.
While in the IPL debut England Jason Roy scored a blazing 60 against CSK, he was out for just 2 in the last game, leaving Saha to do the bulk of the run-scoring at the top. The SRH management would be hoping the duo contributes together and take the team to a good score.