Miller is enjoying every bit of his new-found star status after playing a pivotal role in Gujarat Titans' IPL triumph with 481 runs.
Samson scored a quickfire 26-ball 47 and felt his side did well to post the total they did considering the difficulty in scoring runs in the first half of the match.
Putting behind all these, Pandya has shone not just as an all-rounder but as a leader, taking an under-rated Gujarat Titans to the final in a dream IPL debut season.
Under Pandya, Gujarat Titans, a first-time franchise, have reached the final in its inception year, and Pandya's 453 runs in 15 games and seven wickets have played role.
Like most of their big wins this season, the one against Rajasthan Royals where they gunned down 189 with 7 wickets remaining in the first qualifier, was also forged through familiar names.
Saha is currently enjoying a purple patch with the bat in the IPL with 312 runs from nine matches, including three half-centuries.
Disappointed with some games, taking earlier knocks' confidence: Rajasthan Royals batter Jos Buttler
The English wicketkeeper-batter has accumulated 629 runs at a strike rate of 147 but has slowed down in the business end of the tournament with single digit scores -- 2, 2, 7 -- in his last-three outi
The ongoing edition of the glitzy cricket league appears no different because several uncapped players have left an indelible mark with their performance.
Bumrah damaged Delhi Capitals' batting line-up as he was at his best form, picking up three important wickets in his tally of 4 overs.
With MI at 95 for three in 14.3 overs, Pant made a strategic blunder as he refused to call for DRS after Tim David nicked the first ball of his innings and the on-field umpire didn't give him out.
Rohit endured his worst IPL season, failing to score a single half-century for the first time since his debut in the inaugural edition in 2008.
Shaw replaces Lalit Yadav in the must-win game for DC.
While CSK made one change as Ambati Rayudu came back in place of Shivam Dube, RR too effected one change only, with Shimron Hetmyer returning in place of Jimmy Neesham.
Mumbai are likely to end up last on the points table even if they manage to win their last game against Delhi Capitals on Saturday.
Though the Capitals have been an inconsistent lot this season, with seven wins and six defeats in their 13 games, there will be no margin for error, though, at the Wankhede Stadium on Saturday.
While DC have everything to play for, MI will like to cap off the season on a winning note although it would count for little for the five-time champions, who suffered due to poor auction strategy.
Gujarat Titans made one change, bringing in Lockie Fergusson in place of Alzarri Joseph and Royal Challengers Bangalore too made one change, replacing Mohammed Siraj with Siddarth Kaul.
Kohli has bagged three golden ducks already this season and has managed just 200 runs at an average and strike rate that fail to define a player of his calibre.
While Chahal has maintained his consistency, in the case of Buttler there has been a slight dip in form but the last league game is an ideal time to up the ante before the play-offs.
The head coach said that even though his side ended on the wrong side of the game against LSG and a couple of things did not go in their favour, he is still proud of the commitment shown by his team.