11. Arshdeep Singh

In 14 matches, the left-arm pacer picked up a total of 10 wickets at an economy of 7.70, with the best figures of 3/37.

10. Umran Malik

Although his form dropped in most of the second half, he picked up a total of 10 wickets in his last three appearances. As a result, he earned a national call-up for the South Africa T20 series as well. In 14 matches, he picked up a total of 22 wickets at an economy of 9.03.

9. Mohsin Khan

In nine matches, he picked up a total of 14 wickets at an economy of 5.97.

8. Mukesh Choudhary

In the last three games, he could pick only three wickets but returned as the joint-leading wicket-taker for the CSK team. Chaudhary scalped 16 wickets at an economy of 9.32.

7. Jitesh Sharma (wk)

In total, Sharma garnered 234 runs at a strike rate of 163.64 and will be the wicket-keeper of this team.

6. Rinku Singh

Rinku’s first notable contribution, an unbeaten 42, came against the Royals which paved the way for the team to win the match and stay alive in the tournament. In the team’s last league match against Lucknow Super Giants, Rinku was terrific with his hitting capabilities scoring 40 off 15 balls, comprising two fours and four sixes which brought the team close to winning the game.

5. Tilak Varma

His knocks of 30-40 runs and partnerships with Suryakumar Yadav were impressive to help the team in posting a respectable total on the board. In 14 matches, Tilak finished with 397 runs at a strike rate of 131.02.

4. Dewald Brevis

In seven matches, the young gun garnered 161 runs at a strike rate of 142.48. With the ball, he delivered a single over and took a wicket. Certainly, he will be one of the overseas players to watch out for in the tournament in the years to come.

3. Rajat Patidar

In Qualifier 2, Patidar was the top scorer for the team with 58 off 42 balls and ended the tournament on a high. In eight innings, the stylish batter garnered a total of 333 runs.

2. Abhishek Sharma

In 14 matches, Sharma amassed 426 runs at a strike rate of 133.12. Certainly, he did justice to his talent this season.

1. Rahul Tripathi (c)

In 14 matches, he finished with 413 runs at a strike rate of 158.23 and returned as the second most run-getter for SRH.