11. Yuzvendra Chahal

Chahal is racing with time to be the highest wicket-taker of this season. He also became the highest wicket-taking spinner for Rajasthan this week. With 23 wickets, he is the joint-most wicket-taker this season with Wanindu Hasaranga.

10. Mukesh Choudhary (CSK)

Debutant Mukesh Choudhary has emerged as one of the finest Indian bowlers this season, especially for CSK. He is continuously taking wickets at regular intervals in almost every match. With the guidance of MS, Mukesh is also delivering in line with Dhoni’s instructions.

9. Jasprit Bumrah (MI)

Jasprit Bumrah has regained his lost form but a bit too late as MI are officially out of the tournament. Bumrah’s impact on the result of Mumbai Indians has been very visible throughout the season. He registered the best figures of IPL 2022 so far and has been one of the best in the history of IPL as well.

8. Avesh Khan (LSG)

Avesh Khan is having one of the best seasons of his career. He has a total of 16 wickets to his name. Khan picked up three wickets against KKR. LSG had set a target of 177 for KKR. The bowlers of Lucknow bundled out KKR at 101.

7. Ravichandran Ashwin (RR)

Ashwin’s orthodox approach mixed with his intellectual capacity has always shone through his game. He is the kind of all-rounder that will keep bowlers and batters simultaneously in check. Ashwin did not bat against Punjab earlier this week but bowled all his four overs.

6. MS Dhoni (wk & c) (CSK)

Dhoni is one of the very few stalwarts of the game that is continuing to bat to his stature this season. While openers like Virat and Rohit have failed, Dhoni coming late after four to five wickets down is still proving to be the best finisher of the game.

5. Tilak Varma (MI)

The 19-year-old Tilak Varma has now scored the most runs in a season as a teenager in IPL history. He has scored a total of 368 runs in 12 innings for Mumbai Indians. With his continuous improvement in performance, seniors are lauding him inside Mumbai’s boot camp as well as outside it.

4. Rajat Patidar (RCB)

Rajat Patidar is proving to be a great bargain buy for Royal Challengers Bangalore this season. He has been consistently scoring runs for RCB when pillars like Virat Kohli are falling early. Rajat scored 48 runs off 38 deliveries against SRH.

3. Devdutt Padikkal (RR)

Devdutt’s form this season has not helped the youngster well. With an average of 24.58 this season, Devdutt is still struggling to find his way back with the bat. But the last three matches have been better for him as he is entering the double digits easily now.

2. Yashasvi Jaiswal

One of the retained players of Rajasthan Royals, Yashasvi Jaiswal did not get enough chances this season. Even when he was in the playing XI, he failed to deliver up the order. This week was good for the young opener as well.

1. Shubman Gill (GT)

Gill has been on and off with his performance throughout this season. But all his knocks have come in situations where the team needed a foundation to build a score upon. Gujarat Titans’ reliance on Shubman is not just limited to his opening role but the way he contributes in the field as well.