11. Harshit Rana 

Harshit Rana showed a lot of promise with his sheer pace and also picked up the wicket of the hard-hitting Mitchell Marsh in the last match.

10. Umesh Yadav

Senior pacer Umesh Yadav has been KKR’s most consistent bowler with 14 wickets from nine games and also finds a mention in the Orange Cap list.

9. Tim Southee

Tim Southee has registered eight scalps to his name from four matches that he has played so far.

8. Pat Cummins

Pat Cummins has failed to create any impression so far. With the ball in hand, the Australian Test skipper has only managed four scalps from as many matches.

7. Andre Russell

Andre Russell failed to trouble the scorers in the last game but, he has been KKR’s backbone this season both with the bat and ball.

6. Nitish Rana

Nitish Rana scored a valiant half-century against the Delhi Capitals and mattered for his team just when they needed it the most.

5. Rinku Singh 

Rinku Singh who had scored an important 23 runs from 16 balls would be eager to showcase a much better performance.

4. Shreyas Iyer (c)

Shreyas Iyer who led from the front with a vital knock of 42 runs from 37 balls which eventually took his side to a decent total of 146/9.

3. Sheldon Jackson (wk)

Sheldon Jackson has not proved his mettle with the bat and would be hungry to make the most of this opportunity.

2. Venkatesh Iyer

Venkatesh Iyer, who was Kolkata’s breakout star last season has failed to impress this time around having managed 126 runs from eight outings averaging 18 and a strike rate of 102.44.

1. Sunil Narine

Sunil Narine’s batting performance has not been up to the mark in this year’s IPL. He was dismissed by Kuldeep Yadav in the last game for a golden duck batting in the middle-order.