11. Umran malik
Umran Malik surely set the speedometer on fire by bowling a 152.95 kmph delivery to Devdutt Padikkal. That ball had a lot of experts and critics gushing over the amount of speed he generated.
10. Siddharth Kaul
Kaul was economical as ever as he gave away just 24 runs and picked a wicket too.
9. Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Kumar bowled the crucial last over and defended 13 runs against the mighty AB de Villiers.
8. Rashid Khan
Rashid Khan was strangely not in his element as he went for 39 runs in his four overs.
7. Abdul Samad
Abdul Samad has looked fearless down the order. The right-hand batter strikes at above 130 and has hit quite a few renowned bowlers out of the attack. In SRH’s floundering batting order, Samad has brought a new dimension due to his six-hitting abilities.
6. Jason Holder
Jason Holder comes in handy with his all-rounder abilities. Whether it is playing a belligerent cameo with the bat or clinching crucial wickets, he proves pivotal for the side. In the tournament so far, he has scalped 12 wickets.
5. Abhishek Sharma
There is a bit of flair about him that is nice to watch, but this season it has not been converted into performances. He has made 21*, 18, 6, and 13 in the four matches he has played in the second leg.
4. Priyam Garg
Garg has also failed to seize his chances and has only scored 176 runs in 18 games.
3. Kane Williamson
The ever-reliable batter too has not been amongst the runs as he would have hoped for. He has also failed to get any support whatsoever from other batters.
2. Wriddhiman Saha
Wriddhiman Saha who isn’t really an impact player and hasn’t had any great performance on his back for some time. He was also demoted down the order, reducing his chances of getting a significant score.
1. Jason Roy
Jason Roy has not looked good in the middle. In trying to press the accelerator, he has been out inside the powerplays in two matches. With two games yet to be played, Roy would be hoping to give the team a good start.