5. Avesh Khan

Avesh bowls at a furious pace, consistently hitting 140 kmph. With that speed, he delivers yorkers with pinpoint accuracy and baffles the batters. His cutters and slower ones are also effective in outfoxing the opposition. The home ground of Hyderabad might favour his varied skillset owing to the slow nature of the surface.

4. Mohammed Shami

Shami has become an all-phase bowler in the recent years of the IPL. His seam position is the greatest in the world, and when he gets any swing, he turns it into a dangerous weapon. His Yorker accuracy has greatly improved, and he has been consistently hitting 140 kmph or higher.

3. Lungi Ngidi

Ngidi has a significant amount of height, which he makes the most of. All of his deliveries have an extra bounce to them, making him a dangerous negotiator. He has a wide array of deliveries up his sleeve to go along with his height. He is a highly useful asset since he can bowl in all parts of the game.

2. Kagiso Rabada

Rabada is an all-phase bowler and formed a formidable pace-trio along with Anrich Nortje and Avesh Khan at Delhi. He was the Purple Cap holder in 2020, with 30 wickets to his name. Given that he bowls at the death, his economy rate of 8.21 is quite excellent.

1. Trent Boult

He is frequently viewed as a powerplay specialist, but when there is some swing on offer, he becomes highly lethal. As a death bowler, he has made great progress in recent years. He can throw yorkers and slower ones on command, which will be highly useful to the IPL team.