11. Khaleel Ahmed

With Natarajan missing from the action due to COVID, the onus now rests on the other two pacers Sandeep Sharma and Khaleel Ahmed, to take wickets as well as contain the run-flow. While Ahmed looked good against DC, Sharma failed to pick up wickets.

10. Sandeep Sharma 

Picking up crucial wickets for the side, Sharma has led the side to victory on quite a few occasions.

9. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

SRH lead pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar had a rare off the day against DC as he failed to pick up even a single wicket. But Kumar managed to keep things tight, and that should augur well for the SRH.

8. Rashid Khan

Rashid has been one of the shining stars of the team as he has so far taken 11 wickets and would love to add more to his tally.

7. Abdul Samad 

On the other hand, Abdul Samad had a good outing against DC, and his late cameo of 28 runs propelled SRH to reach a respectable total in the end. In a short period, Samad has delivered for the team by finishing off well for the team. He will hope to continue with the same momentum.

6. Jason Holder

West Indian all-rounder Jason Holder didn’t perform well in the last match against DC. His failure with both bat and ball hampered SRH in going for the kill. With Sherfane Rutherford too unavailable, Holder will most probably play against PBKS.

5. Priyam Grag 

Priyam Garg’s inclusion in the middle-order might give the team some lift in the fledging middle-order department. Garg is also a good fielder and easily prevents runs in the field.

4. Manish Pandey

Pandey, by and large, has been disappointing and has failed to score runs briskly. But the match is going to be played at Sharjah, and that could help him find some form

3. Kane Williamson

A rare failure in the last match will be enough for a class player like Williamson to come back stronger and help the team win a few games at the business end of the tournament.

2. Wriddhiman Saha

Wriddhiman Saha too failed to perform against DC as he scored only 18 runs. A good start upfront can help SRH’s middle-order batters to perform well without any pressure. Saha will be hoping to get some runs under his belt and provide the team with a good start up front.

1. David Warner

This season, Warner has failed to live up to those mighty high standards that he has set himself. His slump has also reflected on SRH’s performance. But with six games yet to go, Warner can look to end the campaign on high.