4. Dwayne Bravo
The experienced West Indies all-rounder, Bravo has been a part of IPL since the first season in 2008. From 2008 to 2010, he featured for Mumbai Indians. From 2011 to 2015, Bravo was a part of CSK side.
After the ban of CSK, Bravo was a part of Gujarat Lions side. In 2018, he returned to CSK and played for Yellow army in 2019.
Bravo has the experience of playing T20 cricket around the world. He has played 134 matches ( 131 innings) and taken 147 wickets with an economy of 8.39 runs with 2 four wicket haul.
In the 2019 edition of IPL, Bravo had a disappointing season with 11 wickets from 12 matches with an economy of 8.01. Last year also, his performance was not up to mark with the ball and bat.
With the age catching and due to poor performances, the franchise may not select him in next year IPL. Bravo has been a key member in CSK side and created impact with performances with both and ball.