They are still not found out the first formula in picking the playing eleven, they need to sort it out as they look to enhance the team and snap their three-match losing streak when they face the formidable Delhi Capitals in an IPL match here on Friday.
The Royals were off to a flying start, winning both their games at Sharjah but they have struggled to adjust to the bigger grounds of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, slipping to three successive defeats.
Now back to the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Rajasthan will take inspiration from their two big wins here to turn things around against a dominant Delhi.
Led by Shreyas Iyer, Delhi have looked solid in all three departments, winning four out of their five matches.
For Rajasthan, time is running out as they still have not been able to find their best playing XI. While the return of Ben Stokes will give them hope but the England all-rounder is currently in quarantine and will be available only after October 11.
The sudden loss of form of skipper Steve Smith and Sanju Samson, who did bulk of the scoring in the first two matches, is as much a reason for their failure as the lack of runs from the Indian batsmen in the team.
RR did try to rejig their line-up against Mumbai Indians by including young batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal and pacer Kartik Tyagi and Ankit Rajpoot in the playing XI but it didn't change their fortunes.
While Jaiswal was out for a second-ball duck at the top, Rajpoot went for 42 in his three overs but young Tyagi showed promise with his one for 36 on IPL debut.
"It was a great experience to play my first game, to make my debut against players whom I've only watched on television was fantastic," said Tyagi, a key member of India's Under 19 World Cup squad which made the final earlier this year.
Talking about the game against Delhi, the 19-year-old from Uttar Pradesh said: "Delhi is in a great rhythm and is doing very well. We've lost a bit of the rhythm and would like to regain some, hopefully, give a tough fight and play a good game."
The good news for RR is the return to form of opener Jos Buttler, who scored a fine 44-ball 70 in their last game.
In bowling, Jofra Archer and Tom Curran have been left to do the heavy lifting, while spinner Rahul Tewatia has not been to produce the breakthroughs consistently.
Delhi, on the other hand, have been a well-oiled machine, boosting of a solid bowling unit which is well supported by the batsmen.