Jos Buttler (10 credits)
This season, Jos Buttler looked in good contact but was unable to have the effect he would have liked. He scored 146 runs in six games, but he didn’t have a significant average, apart from a 70 against MI. His hitting form is demonstrated by his strike rate of 146. Buttler is the wicket-keeper’s best choice in this game, and we can expect him to score big innings with a lot at stake.
Kagiso Rabada (9.5 credits)
In phenomenal shape, Kagiso Rabada was. Every game he played this year, he has picked up at least a wicket, and his total stands at 17 wickets in 7 games. He sits at the top of the wicket-takers list comfortably. Rabada did exceptionally well, picking up 3 wickets in the first game between Rajasthan and Delhi. He’s been bowling with a lot of intention, always looking for wickets, and again, he should have a good match.
Shreyas Iyer (9.5 credits)
Shreyas Iyer had a decent IPL. In 7 games, he scored 245 runs but scored a mere fifty. He scored a brilliant 88 *, but he only scored 20s and 30s apart from that. He’s always going to play to his potential, and this could be the game he scores a major one. Iyer will take more responsibility in the absence of Rishabh Pant, and even if he doesn’t play aggressively, he will most likely bat deep and accumulate a lot of runs.