Mukesh Choudhary might have gone wicketless against Bangalore but, the emerging pacer has picked up 11 wickets
Maheesh Theekshana on the other hand was the pick of the bowlers for the reigning champions as he finished with impressive bowling figures of 3/27.
Simarjeet Singh had a forgettable match against RCB where he not only went wicketless but was also expensive as he conceded 21 runs from his two overs at an economy rate of 10.5.
Dwayne Bravo has so far scored just 10 runs from eight matches and has registered 14 scalps to his name.
After an unbeaten 85 that propelled Chennai to a total in excess of 200, Devon Conway made his bat do the talking once again with a brilliant 56 runs from 37 deliveries against RCB.
Captain MS Dhoni who has finished things off in style on a couple of occasions this season would be hoping to rediscover his rhythm as the finisher, especially in the death overs.
Moeen Ali showcased an excellent performance against the Royal Challengers Bangalore with his all-round performances. While he scored 34 runs off 27 deliveries, he also chipped in with figures of 2/28 from his four overs.
Ravindra Jadeja will be able to play more openly and freely, now that the captaincy burden is off his head. His performance had declined while trying to manage the two tasks simultaneously.
Ambati Rayudu would be looking forward to playing crucial match-winning knocks against the Capitals as it has been a while since he has made an impact on the 22 yards.
After scoring a match-winning 99 against the Sunrisers Hyderabad, Ruturaj Gaikwad scored a 23-ball 28 and was also involved in a 54-run stand along with Devon Conway.
While Uthappa was dismissed cheaply for just one run against Bangalore.