11. Avesh Khan

Young sensation Avesh Khan has been the most consistent bowler for the Lucknow Super Giants with 11 wickets from seven outings. He would now be hoping to march ahead in the Purple Cap race.

10. Ravi Bishnoi

Promising leggie Ravi Bishnoi not only went wicketless against RCB in the last game but was also expensive having conceded 47 runs at an economy rate of 11.8. The youngster who has five wickets so far would now be looking forward to adding more to his tally going forward.

9. Dushmantha Chameera

Dushmantha Chameera was one of the key bowlers for Lucknow in the last game against LSG with figures of 2/31. He has the ability to rattle the opposition with the new ball in hand along with his well-disguised yorkers.

8. Manish Pandey

Manish Pandey‘s performance has not been up to the mark on the 22 yards, with just 66 runs from five games with his highest score being 38. Lucknow would definitely be hoping for him to showcase a much-improved performance.

7. Jason Holder

West Indies all-rounder Jason Holder has not been among the run, but has managed to create an impression with the ball in hand.

6. Krunal Pandya

Krunal Pandya, on the other hand, has scored 111 runs including three not-outs and four wickets to his tally.

5. Deepak Hooda

Deepak Hooda has been impressive this season, having scored 183 runs at a strike rate of 129.78 that include a couple of 50s. He is one of their consistent middle-order performers and would be hoping to make his bat do the talking yet again.

4. Ayush Badoni

Featuring in his debut season in IPL, youngster Ayush Badoni has managed 120 runs from seven outings and has remained unbeaten in two of them.

3. Marcus Stoinis

Star Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has not been able to feature in the wickets column and has so far also not been able to play the finisher’s role to perfection.

2. Quinton de Kock (wk)

Quinton de Kock on the other hand has been blowing hot and cold in the tournament. The Proteas wicketkeeper-batter has amassed 215 runs from seven matches at a strike rate of 134.38 including two half-centuries with his highest score being 80. He would be looking to bring his best against the Mumbai bowlers.

1. KL Rahul (c)

Skipper KL Rahul was well set and was going strong, having scored 30 runs from 24 deliveries before he was dismissed at the wrong time by Josh Hazlewood against RCB. That was one of the turning points for LSG and they eventually struggled in the run chase with the asking rate climbing up.