11. Arshdeep Singh

Arshdeep Singh has been impeccable with his line-lengths in death overs, but has picked only two wickets in five matches.

10. Vaibhav Arora

Vaibhav has done well to pick three wickets in three matches. Although he went for 1/43 off his four overs in the last game, but has done well with the new ball in the tournament.

9. Rahul Chahar

The spinner, Rahul Chahar was hit for 28 runs off his single over by Dewald Brevis (the over went for 29 runs in total), but he contained the likes of Suryakumar Yadav and Kieron Pollard in the last fixture. He finished with figures of 0/44 off four overs, which depicts his mental toughness.

8. Kagiso Rabada

Rabada has picked up six wickets at an economy of 8.21, and has contributed 38 runs with the bat as well. In the last outing, he finished with figures of 2/29 off four overs.

7. Odean Smith

Smith helped the team to secure victory against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) by hitting 25* off eight deliveries earlier in the season. Since then, he has got limited opportunities with the bat and has a total of 38 runs to his name. In the bowling unit, he has picked up six wickets at an expensive economy of 12.14. 

6. Shahrukh Khan

Shahrukh Khan has been quiet in this edition. In five innings, he has garnered 60 runs at a strike rate of 120, which is average by his standards. In the last fixture, he scored 15 off six, including two maximums.

5. Jitesh Sharma (wk)

The wicketkeeper, Jitesh Sharma has made great strides in this tournament to deliver quickfire knocks for the team. In three innings, he has scored 79 runs at a strike rate of 183.72. His knock of 30* off 15 balls propelled the team to post a strong score on the board in the previous match, and will be valuable in the upcoming matches.

4. Jonny Bairstow 

Bairstow has been rather average with only 20 runs in two innings. But, he has amassed over 1000 runs in 30 appearances in his IPL career, and is expected to make a fighting comeback due to his track record.

3. Liam Livingstone

The Englishman, Livingstone has finally justified the price tag and fulfilled the expectations of cricket fans by doing well in the initial matches of this season. In five innings, he has slammed 164 runs at a strike rate of 186.36. Although he scored just two runs in the last fixture he has been in sublime six-hitting form, which is great for PBKS.

2. Shikhar Dhawan

Shikhar is the leading run-scorer for the team with 197 runs in five innings at a strike rate of 133.11. In the last fixture, he contributed 70 off 50 balls, and led the batting from the front, as he always did with the Delhi Capitals (DC) in the last few editions of the tournament.

1. Mayank Agarwal (c)

Mayank produced his best performance in the last fixture by scoring 52 off 32 balls, which was his best knock in the tournament so far. In total, he has 94 runs in five innings to his name at a strike rate of 130.56.