Arshdeep Singh is not at his best, but has been economical to say at the least. In 10 matches, the youngster has four wickets at an economy of 7.85.
Sandeep Sharma gave away only 17 runs off his full quota of overs and would look to continue the same form.
In the last game, Chahar injured himself, while receiving ball from the fielder, during one of his overs. In place of him, Brar can be given an opportunity in this fixture due to many right-handers in the RR team.
The Protea pacer Rabada has scalped 17 wickets in nine appearances, and is the leading wicket-taker for the team.
Rishi made his way into the team after recovering from the injury and the team needing an experienced pace-bowling all-rounder. In three appearances, he has contributed with three wickets and 21 runs.
In seven innings, Bairstow has accumulated only 80 runs, with an average of 11.43, and a nominal strike rate of 105.26.
The wicket-keeper Jitesh Sharma has not batted enough in the last few matches, but has surely done well to contribute in a quickfire fashion in the tournament.
Sri Lankan batter Bhanuka Rajapaksa was again brought to the team, and has returned with impressive performances.
The Englishman Liam Livingstone has been in terrific form in the tournament, and it has been his best ever season of the IPL.
Dhawan is the glue that binds the PBKS batting together, as he can knock around and stitch partnerships in an emphatic manner.
The captain Agarwal has been in disappointing form in the tournament, and a lot more is expected from him. After the completion of the last league match, he has given a hint on him batting at number four position.