1. Siddharth Kaul

Virat Kohli’s U-19 World Cup teammate Siddharth Kaul is yet to play a game this season. Kaul is playing IPL right from the very first season. He is the guy with the experience and the one who can really deliver on the big stage. The 31-year-old pacer is a typical right-arm medium pacer who is a master of variation with pace. He knows how to win games for his team.

2. Jason Behrendorff

The left-arm pacer from Australia has been with Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in previous seasons. RCB are playing Josh Hazlewood, who is more of a red-ball bowler. They might think of playing Jason Behrendorff to add variety to the pace attack. Jason is a good and skilful bowler.

3. Mahipal Lomror

The all-rounder from Rajasthan impressed everyone when he played in the pink jersey for the Rajasthan Royals. He is young, sharp, and very talented. If RCB somehow manages to fit him in their batting order, the southpaw has all abilities to be their trump card. He can score quickfire runs and can play steady innings if RCB suffers from early wickets.