Mohammed Siraj has not been able to showcase his best performance in IPL 2022 as he has just registered eight scalps to his name from 10 outings.
Josh Hazlewood might have had a forgettable game against Gujarat but, he has been the most consistent bowler of his side with 10 wickets from six appearances at an economy rate of 7.64.
Harshal Patel has been one of the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s star performers but, went wicketless in the last game against GT where he conceded 35 runs at an economy rate of 8.8.
Rajat Patidar scored an impressive 32-ball 52 and was also involved in a 99-run stand with Virat Kohli after RCB lost their captain Faf du Plessis for a duck.
Wanindu Hasaranga also has the ability to play big shots lower down the order. He has managed 37 runs with his highest score being 18.
Shahbaz Ahmed has scored 155 runs from nine matches with his highest score being 45. He would be hoping to take responsibility in the middle and death overs in the next game.
Glenn Maxwell has not been impressive this season as he has only managed 157 runs from seven matches and a not out including a solitary half-century with his highest score being 55.
Dinesh Karthik who was Bangalore’s savior at one point in the middle order has disappointed in the last three games scoring just eight runs including a duck.
Virat Kohli on the other hand, proved that ‘form is temporary but class is permanent’ as he scored a quickfire 58 runs which was nothing less than a morale-booster as far as his individual performances are concerned.
Mahipal Lomror’s handy 16 runs off eight balls at a strike rate of exactly 200 helped RCB in posting a fighting total of 170/6 against Gujarat.
Bangalore skipper Faf du Plessis would be hoping to find back form with the bat after his stay at the crease came to an end for a duck against GT.