Players such as Shreyas Iyer of Delhi Daredevils, Hardik Pandya of Mumbai Indians and Deepak Hooda playing for Rajasthan Royals have now established themselves in their respective teams and they are winning matches on their own.

As, IPL 8 is heading towards its business end, we bring to you a Emerging playing XI with respect to their playing order, age and still to debut for India.

Shreyas Iyer (DD): The young Mumbai player has been the most emerging youngster in IPL 8. With his situational awareness in batting, Iyer became the top run getter for Delhi. Iyer made 439 in 14 innings, catching attention of many cricketing experts. Iyer with playing style a lot similar to Sri Lankan great T Dilshan likely to have a bright future ahead.  

Sanju Samson (c) (RR): The wicket-keeper batsman may not had a good IPL season unlike previous one but has some un-believable talent. Samson can lead the young side with his IPL experience.

Karun Nair (RR): He has performed for Rajasthan in patches and earned some appreciation. The right-handed top order batsman, has the ability to perform at any position.

Sarfaraz Khan (RCB): The youngest player to play in Indian Premier League has showcased his batting  talents on few occasions. Looking upon his age, Sarfaraz can become next big thing in Indian cricketing circle.

Hardik Pandya (MI): He has played an important role in Mumbai's success in later half of IPL. The hard hitting tendency of Hardik Pandya suits him perfectly at no. 6 position. He can also be handy with his part time bowling.

Deepak Hooda (RR): At no. 7 you need someone who can play fearless cricket and Deepak Hooda has indicated this in his batting style. With a strike rate over 170, Hooda has the ability to destroy any bowling attack.

Pawan Negi (CSK): An orthodox left arm bowler is not alien to batting also. The left hand batsman can be handy at number 8 in any playing XI. He had already played some crucial roles for his franchise CSK with both bat and bowl.

Jagdeesha Suchith (MI): In his maiden IPL appearance, Suchith has become a regular player for Mumbai Indians. He can benefit a lot playing alongside experienced off spinner Harbhajan Singh.

Harshal Patel (RCB): After being a part of IPL since 2012, Harshal this year has established himself with his bowling performances. Harshal has taken 14 wickets in 13 outings for RCB.

Sandeep Sharma (KXIP): After having a good season in IPL 7, Sandeep failed to repeat the performance in IPL 8. His ability to bowl continuous yorkers in death overs can make a lot difference.

Yuzvendra Chahal (RCB): The young right arm leg break bowler is leading wicket taker for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Chahal has scalped 19 wickets in 13 matches.

Anureet Singh (KXIP) (12th man): Anureet took most no. of wickets (15) for Punjab, but failed to be economical. He has excelled playing alongside the likes of Mitchell Johnson.

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