#4 Shubman Gill (India C)
Shubman Gill is an emerging batsman. He has scored most of his runs batting at No. 3. He is the 5th youngest batsman in the history of the tournament to score a century. He achieved this landmark on 25 October against India A and was awarded as the player of the match.
Matches- 3, Runs- 168, HS- 106*, Average- 84, Strike Rate- 88.88.
#5 Hanuma Vihari (India B)
Hanuma Vihari has played only 1 Test for India against England on 7 September 2018 at The Oval, where he scored a half-century in the first innings.
He didn't get a chance to play for India in the limited overs format. He has scored most of his runs for India U-19, Andhra Pradesh and India B batting at No. 4. His best performance is 87* against India A in the inaugural match of the tournament.
Matches- 3, Runs- 171, HS- 87*, Average- 85.5, Strike Rate- 87.69.
#6 Suryakumar Yadav (India C)
Suryakumar Yadav comes to bat between No.5 to 7 positions in the domestic tournaments. He opened the batting for the first time in his career in the IPL 2018. Despite being consistent in the domestic circuit, he is ignored the by the selectors of the national team. His best performance is 56* against India A on 25 October.
Matches- 3, Runs- 134, HS- 56*, Average- 67, Strike Rate- 134.
#7 Vijay Shankar (India C)
Vijay Shankar has played for India in the Nidahas Trophy 2018. But due to his poor form, he was dropped for the subsequent tours. He comes to bat between No.5 to 7 positions. He failed to impress with the bat in the tournament. But, he ended up being the highest wicket-taker of the tournament. His best bowling figures are 3/40 against India A on 25 October.
Matches- 3, Wickets- 7, BBI- 3/40, Economy- 5.21.Published 28 Oct 2018, 15:10 IST