5. Tim Siefert

Tim Siefert grabbed all the limelight after he hit the quickest T20 ton in New Zealand’s domestic history. The wicketkeeper batter has played 40 T20Is so far and has chipped in 753 runs. He can be the other potential choice for the franchises.

4. KS Bharat

KS Bharat impressed the cricketing fraternity with his quick work behind the stumps. It exuded the immense bench strength that India possesses in all the departments. Bharat pulled off three splendid dismissals on what was a difficult surface to keep wickets on.

3. Jonny Bairstow

His presence would strengthen any team’s batting order as he possesses the ability to score quick runs for the side. He can also offer his services in the middle-order and can dominatingly take on both the spinners and pacers.

2. Quinton de Kock

Quinton de Kock has smashed 2256 runs in 77 matches at an average of 31 and a strike rate of 130. His impressive stroke play and attacking style provided the team with flying starts. On many occasions, the Proteas keeper-batter made sure that he makes most of the power-play

1. Ishan Kishan

Owing to his consistent performances in the high-profile event, Kishan also received his India call-up. On his T20I debut against England at home, he displayed his flair by hitting a half-century.