11. Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami has been the most consistent bowler for the Gujarat Titans with 14 scalps from nine appearances.

10. Alzarri Joseph

Alzarri Joseph did dismiss Mahipal Lomror, he was GT’s most expensive bowler having conceded 42 runs at an economy rate of 10.50.

9. Lockie Ferguson

Lockie Ferguson has been clocking over 150 kmph, the New Zealand speedster has not made much of an impact in the wickets column with just a solitary scalp in the last two games combined.

8. Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan, on the other hand, has played a couple of match-winning cameos and he is one of Gujarat’s main pillars in the batting line-up.

7. Pradeep Sangwan

Pradeep Sangwan was really impressive on his GT debut as he finished with figures of 2/19 from his four overs.

6. Rahul Tewatia

Rahul Tewatia has been the Titans’ saviour this season on a few occasions. In fact, he was their match-winner in the last two outings against SRH and RCB respectively.

5. David Miller

David Miller middle-order sensation has 276 runs from nine games and had remained unbeaten on 39 runs from 24 deliveries in the last game.

4. Hardik Pandya (c)

With just four wickets from eight outings, skipper Hardik Pandya would be hoping to feature in the wickets column going forward and also roar back to form with the bat.

3. Sai Sudharsan

Newcomer Sai Sudharsan has scored 66 runs from three games and contributed a 14-ball 20 against RCB which was a vital knock in the end.

2. Shubman Gill

Shubman Gill did contribute immensely in helping GT get off to a good start in both their run chases where they eventually succeeded in getting the job done.

1. Wriddhiman Saha (Wk)

Wriddhiman Saha seems to have rediscovered his rhythm on the 22 yards with two good performances. After a quickfire 38-ball 68, Wriddhiman Saha followed it up with an impactful 29 against RCB.