2. Trent Boult
This Kiwi pacer is another great power player option as he is one of the best all-format bowlers. Although he doesn’t play much T20s, yet he can be handy. He can move the ball at the beginning and can also pick wickets at the death. Along with that Boult is also an excellent fielder.
For two years now, Boult has been part of the Delhi Capitals squad. However because of four-foreigners rule, he has remain most of the time on the bench. Now because of the rule, Boult can be swapped with a batsman. He could be used in various stages of the game and will bring a different dimension to the bowling attack.
3. Krishnappa Gowtham
This all-rounder from Karnataka is perhaps one of the most underrated players at present. Despite doing well in IPL and domestic cricket, Gowtham hasn’t garnered much attention. He is a clean striker of the ball and can get some rapid runs down the order.
His strike-rate in T20s at present is 163.89. He already showed his capability in the Deodhar Trophy final. With the ball in hand, Gowtham can also chip in quick wickets. If the pitch suddenly turns spinning and the team needs an additional spinner, Gowtham can be the perfect option.