11. Umran malik

Malik was brilliant in his debut game, giving away only 27 runs and bowling with pace and intent.

10. Siddharth Kaul

Kaul, who picked up one wicket and gave only 17 runs. The bowlers would be hoping to continue their good form against RCB.

9. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Kumar found his mojo back and was at his miserly best giving just 20 runs in four overs.

8. Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan yet again controlled the middle phase well, giving 23 runs in four overs.

7. Abdul Samad 

Abdul Samad has continued to impress and is the lone batter currently striking at over 130 for SRH. Against KKR, too his cameo off 18 balls 25 allowed SRH to finish well.

6. Jason Holder

West Indian all-rounder Jason Holder has been one of the bright spots for the team in an otherwise dismal season for SRH. With Bhuvneshwar Kumar also not firing, Holder has taken wickets and has also been handy with the bat.

5. Abhishek Sharma

On the other hand young players, Priyam Garg and Abhishek Sharma, have failed to scores runs and solidify their places in the batting order. The purpose to replace Kedar Jadhav and Manish Pandey has so far not been solved.

4. Priyam Garg

Garg has also failed to seize his chances and has only scored 161 runs in 17 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, has also not looked at his usual fluent best. So far in the UAE leg of the IPL, the wicketkeeper-batter has scores of 18, 31, 18, 44, and 0.

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.