May 15: Chennai Super Kings v Gujarat Titans, 62nd Match, Wankhede Stadium
The New Zealand opener had an unfortunate ending in his last outing but has been spectacular for Super Kings with the bat, scoring 231 runs in five innings at a strike rate of 154. He has been striking particularly well in the middle overs scoring 142 runs at a strike rate of 179.74, having been dismissed only once in this phase.
The 31-year old pacer has been in fine form this season, picking up 16 wickets in 12 games for Titans, to be their leading wicket-taker. In the seven IPL games Shami has played at the Wankhede Stadium, he has taken 14 wickets at an average of 16.28. In both the games he played here this season, he picked up three-wicket hauls.
Dwayne Bravo: IPL's leading wicket-taker went wicketless for the first time this season in the last game against Mumbai Indians, but has been having a splendid season picking up 16 wickets in ten games so far. Eleven of those 16 wickets have come in the death overs at a stunning strike rate of 6.73, which makes him the leading wicket-taker in that phase.
Rahul Tewatia: The 28-year Haryana allrounder has won a couple of games for his side this season. But as a fantasy prospect, he has not been a straightforward pick. Having said that, at Wankhede Stadium he has scored 276 runs in 11 innings in T20s at an average of 55.20 and a strike rate of 158.62. His two scores there in this season are 40*(21) and 40*(24).