11. Mohsin Khan

The left-arm seamer Mohsin Khan started of the proceedings with the ball and lethal with his pace and movement with the new ball, and then picked wickets in the death overs as well. He eventually finished with 3/24 off four overs.

10. Ravi Bishnoi

The spinner Ravi Bishnoi picked up a single wicket, with an economy of over 10, and would look to return with improved performances.

9. Dushmantha Chameera

Dushmantha Chameera has been a strong support with the new ball and displayed his death bowling skills in the last game. He took two wickets, which included the key players like Mayank Agarwal and Jonny Bairstow, and gave away only 17 runs.

8. Avesh Khan

The leading wicket-taker for LSG, Avesh Khan has 11 wickets in eight appearances. In the last game, he was average with 26 runs off three overs.

7. Jason Holder

Jason Holder is a proven performer in this format as well. In seven appearances, Holder has nine wicket and 43 runs to his name.

6. Krunal Pandya

Krunal Pandya has picked up a total of nine wickets and scored 119 runs in the ongoing season. In the last fixture, he finished with figures of 2/11 off four overs, which was one of the reasons for the team’s victory.

5. Deepak Hooda

Deepak Hooda is consistently delivering for the team in crunch moments. In the last outing, he contributed 34 off 28 balls, and stitched a match-saving 85-run partnership with Quinton. In nine innings, he has a total of 227 runs at an average of 25.22

4. Ayush Badoni

Ayush Badoni has been a revelation this season. In nine innings, he has garnered 138 run and took a single wicket as well. But his last three innings have fetched him only 31 runs and would look to return back to form.

3. Marcus Stoinis

The Australian batter Marcus Stoinis joined the team late, but was terrific with 38* off 15 balls in his debut match for LSG against Royals.

2. Quinton de Kock (wk)

Quinton de Kock has 271 runs in nine innings at an average of 30.11, and has played an anchor role for the team in most of the matches. In the last outing, he was the top-scorer for the team with 46 off 37 balls, comprising two sixes.

1. KL Rahul (c)

The captain KL Rahul is the second-highest run-scorer in the ongoing season with 374 runs in nine innings at an average of 53.43. He registered his highest score of 103* against Mumbai Indians (MI) on both occasions.