Avesh Khan is the leading wicket-taker for the team with eight wickets in five matches. In the last game, Avesh gave away 31 runs and picked up a single wicket.
Ravi Bishnoi has bagged four wickets in five matches at an economy of 6.90. Although he has not been able to take enough wickets, he has troubled the batters with his variations. His best figures of 2/22 came against DC.
The Sri Lanka fast bowler, Dushmantha Chameera has been economical in the powerplay overs with his perfect line and lengths and has also done well in the death overs. In three matches, he has picked up two wickets.
A handy bowler in the powerplay or the middle overs, Krishnappa Gowtham has finally got his due opportunity in the tournament. In two appearances, he has scalped three wickets at a terrific economy of 6.63. In the last appearance, he finished with figures of 2/30 off four overs.
Jason Holder have played their parts to help the team in securing victories. The former West Indies captain Holder has contributed with five wickets and 16 runs in three matches and will look to keep improving as the season progresses.
The spin bowling all-rounder, Krunal has been a steady customer in the tournament's history. In this season as well, he has started on a fine note by contributing 68 runs and picking three wickets at an economy of 7.08. In the last game against RR, he contributed 22 off 15 balls.
Deepak Hooda has piled up a total of 155 runs in five innings and is in sublime form, and has gradually gained confidence after his India stint earlier this year. His best knock of 55 off 41 came in the first league match against GT.
Badoni endured his only failure so far in the last outing against RR, where he could only manage to score five off seven balls. In five appearances, he has garnered a total of 107 runs and has provided lusty blows at the end of the innings.
Stoinis featured in his first match of the season for LSG and did well by scoring 38* off 17 balls, although that came in a losing cause. Surprisingly, he came at number eight and was given the responsibility to strike from the first ball of his innings itself.
The team's leading run-scorer with 188 runs in five league matches, Quinton de Kock has been a guiding force for the team. His best knock of 80 off 52 balls came against Delhi Capitals (DC), which helped the team to chase down the total of 149 easily.
Rahul has contributed 132 runs in five innings and has been rather average by his standards. His best score of 68 came against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the team's third league match.