Quinton de Kock did not click against KKR but is amongst the top run-getters in the last few seasons of the IPL.
Suryakumar Yadav played some majestic shots in his 56 off 36 deliveries on a slow and turning wicket at Chepauk against KKR - his timing and audacity of shot making stood out.
Hardik Pandya has not been at his destructive best in the first two matches for MI and will look to make amends against SRH. He had the second-highest strike rate both in IPL 2020 and IPL 2019.
Ishan Kishan has not been at his devastating best in IPL 2021 and would be looking to replicate his form of last year in this edition too.
Kieron Pollard has looked out of sorts and a touch rusty in his two outings for MI this season. Expect a big contribution from him against SRH.
Krunal Pandya was brilliantly restrictive against KKR in Chennai giving away just 13 runs in his 4 overs delivering as many as 13 dot balls.
Marco Jensen gave a glimpse of his talent against RCB in the season opener where he bagged a couple of wickets not conceding too many runs.
Rahul Chahar was the Player of the Match against KKR bagging 4 wickets in the middle order to win the match for Mumbai Indians.
Trent Boult was back to his best against KKR. He was very restrictive with the new ball and bagged the wickets of Russell and Cummins to seal the win for MI.
Jasprit Bumrah has been the best and the most restrictive MI bowler across the two matches in IPL 2021.