Mohammed Shami needs no introduction. He has been in great form since the beginning of the league and has helped his team get an early breakthrough by striking in the powerplay.
While Alzarri Joseph proved costly against RCB, he improved his line and lengths against PBKS.
Lockie Ferguson has not made a big impact in the recent games, he holds the ability to clock the ball over 150 kmph, which can prove to be a threat to the opposition batters.
Rashid has also been somewhat similar recently and has helped his team pull off a thriller with the bat.
Pradeep Sangwan was very impressive against RCB, scalping two wickets but was a bit pricey against PBKS and did not get complete his four-over spell.
Tewatia has been a proven finisher this year and has led the side to some epic last-over victories.
Miller was disappointed after the recent loss against PBKS, but that will work as a confidence-booster for him to keep his team on top.
Skipper Pandya experience of playing the MI bowlers will come in handy for the team, but he would want to be careful as his opposition knows how to read him well too.
Sudharsan has gelled well in the team set-up and knows exactly what the team requires from him.
Gill has been on and off this season, but he will have to up his game and build a partnership with Saha to take the game long.
Saha has been in good touch for the past few games and has been fulfilling his role as an opener quite nicely.