Josh Poysden of Birmingham Bears grabbed the limelight by delivering arguably the ball of the tournament so far.
England has some of the biggest names in limited-overs cricket, but very few have actually delivered.
A look at how the five most expensive buys in this year's IPL auction have performed in the 10th edition of the tournament.
The likes of Ben Stokes, Tymal Mills and Trent Boult have been in the thick of action with various degrees of success, while some of the others are yet to see action.
Glenn Maxwell-led Kings XI Punjab host Shane Watson's Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore.
Luke Wright, who took to Twitter to share the news of him opting out of the PSL final, faced plenty of flak from Pakistani fans.
After bagging big IPL contracts, Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes will skip the ODIs against Ireland to take part in the league while Tymal Mills will be available for the entire duration of the tournament.
Tymal Mills is quite the sensation since his international exposure is limited to just four T20 Internationals for England. Making his debut against Sri Lanka in July 2016, Mills last played for England in the third T20 International against India at Bengaluru on February 1.
News that Swann has not suffered a severe setback will come as a huge relief to England chiefs after the 34-year-old missed the tour of New Zealand earlier this year to have surgery on his right elbow.