Virat Kohli (10.5 credits)
Yes, this season, Virat Kohli has been in miserable form, with only 18 runs in 3 innings and was dismissed cheaply in the last match as well. As this game contains a variety of world-class batsmen to choose from, this selection might seem even more astonishing.
But if there’s something that Virat Kohli is known for, it’s comebacks, and it’s very unlikely that he’ll fail in four consecutive innings. In the Super Over, the winning boundary he scored off Jasprit Bumrah is bound to give him confidence and we can expect Virat Kohli to return with a bang. The fact that, due to his recent poor performance, many people do not pick him in the team could end up being even more valuable for you.
AB de Villiers (10 credits)
AB de Villiers can arguably be your team’s first choice with his recent form and exceptional record against Rajasthan Royals. This year, De Villiers has already scored 2 match winning half-centuries and has 134 runs in 3 matches. Besides that, De Villiers has a fantastic record against Rajasthan Royals as well, with 581 runs in 17 innings, including 7 half-centuries. De Villiers will once again look to make a solid impact after a brilliant last match.
Jofra Archer (9 credits)
This season, Jofra Archer has been in red hot form, not only with the ball but also with the bat. While he only picked up 3 wickets in three matches, he bowled at an intimidating pace and kept the batsmen on a tight leash. The pressure he has generated, has benefited the other bowlers too.
In addition, he has also been a revelation with the bat, scoring 46 runs in 15 balls, including seven sixes. He’s going to be fired up to bowl against some of the world’s best white-ball cricketers, and we can expect him to bring another great performance.