That is not all that Yuvraj brings to the table. The young players look up to him and he brings in a wealth of experience, especially in this micro format. SRH’s strength is their pace battery, with the likes of Ashish Nehra, Mustafizur Rahman, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Barinder Sran having performed admirably. Yuvraj also lends the spin bowling option. His inputs as a senior to Warner are invaluable and his presence of mind saw him run out Dhoni when the latter had almost won it for his side.He is a smart customer and the way he planned the chase at his Punjab home ground in Mohali demonstrates his experience. The Mohali track wore a green look but the mic’d up Yuvraj told the commentators that the green tinge is deceiving; Mohali is a batting surface underneath. He was right. Yuvraj is a package, a fighter, who contributed massively in India’s two World Cup triumphs. His return to international cricket after a brief battle with cancer has been an inspiration. At 34, he is still eyeing a Test cap and though that might be a distant dream at the moment you never write his determination off. But an IPL Trophy has eluded his illustrious career for long.SRH have checked the first box by qualifying to the play-offs. The coveted trophy is now only a few games away. Yuvraj has been a key ingredient in the squash that the Orange Army has dished out. When he sniffs blood, he is often unstoppable and Indian missed Yuvraj in the ICC World T20 2016 semi-final. It may just be Yuvraj’s tournament from here on.