Left-arm pacer Arshdeep Singh have been affective as well, taking crucial wickets for their side.
Youngster Vaibhav Arora was also impressive in his first game against CSK. The 24-year has managed to scalp to two crucial wickets of opening batter Robin Uthappa and explosive batter Moeen Ali. Starting the proceedings for his side, Arora gave away only 24 runs in his four over quota.
Leg-spinner Rahul Chahar has been pick of the bowlers for PBKS, scalping six wickets in just three matches.
Barring the match against RCB, where they gave away 200+ runs, Punjab Kings bowlers have done their job nicely. Kagiso Rabada have been affective as well, taking crucial wickets for their side.
West Indies allrounder Odean Smith has been on and off in the last three matches. The right-handed batter was excellent against RCB in PBKS first encounter, as he scored a valuable 25 off just eight balls, smashing three maximums and one four.
Jitesh Sharma who played a handy knock of 26 in just 17 balls, smashing three maximums against CSK, is likely to retain his position and will have also have a key role to play for his franchise.
Hard-hitter Shahrukh Khan might have been dismissed without troubling the scorers against KKR, but he played a match-winning knock of an unbeaten 24 runs from 20 deliveries in the tournament opener against RCB.
Punjab Kings might be tempted to bring-in the wicketkeeper-batter Jonny Bairstow into the playing XI in place for Bhanuka Rajapaksa.
After giving a glimpse of what he is capable of in the first two matches, England batter Liam Livingstone showed his true colours against CSK smashing 60 runs in just 32 balls. The 28-year also managed to grab key wickets of Shivam Dube and Dwayne Bravo in his three over spell.
However, Dhawan scored a vital 33 off 24 against the Yellow Army. The senior batters will look to up their game in the upcoming match against GT.
Mayank in particular is not having a good time with the bat. The skipper could only manage to make four runs in PBKS third match against Chennai Super Kings.