'Yorker King' T Natarajan has been the most consistent bowler with six scalps to his name having picked up two wickets each in all matches.
SRH bowlers showcased a brilliant performance against the southern rivals CSK in the last match. Jammu and Kashmir fast bowling sensation Umran Malik has taken two wickets.
Proteas pacer Marco Jansen who made his debut in the last game picked up the key wicket of MS Dhoni.
Pace spearhead Bhuvneshwar Kumar has taken two wickets in three matches.
The onus will be on bowling all-rounder Washington Sundar to take care of SRH line-up with his all-round abilities. He has scored 58 runs from two matches including a quickfire 14-ball 40 against the Rajasthan Royals.
Shashank Singh on the other hand is relatively inexperienced at this level. In the nine first-class games that he has played so far, Singh has amassed 436 runs including a century and three half-centuries. He also has four wickets to his name.
Wicketkeeper-batter Nicholas Pooran has scored 39 runs from three outings which also includes a duck.
Aiden Markram has not yet showcased his potential this season. The South African sensation has so far managed only one half-century which happened to be an unbeaten 57 from 41 deliveries against the Rajasthan Royals chasing a mammoth 211. Apart from that, he has only scored 12 runs in one game.
Rahul Tripathi seems to have regained his mojo having finished off the proceedings in style against CSK with an unbeaten 15-ball 39. Tripathi had also scored 44 runs from 30 balls against LSG.
Kane Williamson on the other hand is yet to rediscover his rhythm on the 22 yards. The Kiwi skipper has only managed 50 runs from three matches with his best score being 32 in the last game.
SRH would once again be relying on Abhishek Sharma and skipper Kane Williamson to lay a solid foundation for them opening the innings. Sharma would be oozing with confidence having scored a match-winning 50-ball 75 at a strike rate of 150 including five fours and three sixes.