5. Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah has been the backbone of Indian bowling line up since making his T20I debut during the 2016 tour of Australia at Adelaide. He has taken so far 46 wickets from 37 matches at an economy of 6.73 runs per over.
Bumrah bowls the Yorkers brilliantly and does not allow the batsman to score runs easily. During his debut T20I series against Australia, Bumrah took 6 wickets in 3 matches and helped team India whitewash the hosts in their own den.
With his unorthodox action, Bumrah is difficult to face and would create a big problem for the Australian bowling line up. India would be looking that Bumrah picks early wickets and also control the run flow.