Chennai Super Kings will face Delhi Capitals of their IPL 2021 season opener on April 10.© Instagram
Chennai Super Kings (CSK) batting coach Michael Hussey feels his facet is balanced because it has most bases lined to tackle groups within the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. CSK picked up six gamers on the 2021 public sale, headlined by off-spin bowling all-rounders Moeen Ali and Krishnappa Gowtham, after shopping for top-order batsman Robin Uthappa in a trade with Rajasthan Royals. “I think they are all excellent additions. Moeen is an excellent all-rounder, Robin has a lot of experience and has been a quality performer in the past and Gowtham has some genuine talent that we can look to develop further,” the CSK web site quoted Hussey as saying.
“I feel we have a very balanced squad that has most bases covered and with depth in most areas. The guys are in really good spirits and have been and are preparing extremely well,” he added
The Super Kings are presently coaching in Mumbai the place they play their first 5 matches of IPL-14 starting with a sport in opposition to Delhi Capitals on April 10.
“I think playing a block of matches in Mumbai will help the players settle and build confidence early in the tournament,” stated the previous Australian batsman.
“The conditions at Wankhede are generally very good for both batsmen and bowlers, so hopefully we can start well and players can feel good about their games,” Hussey added.
The Super Kings are some of the constant groups in IPL historical past, having certified for the Playoffs in 10 of their 11 seasons, reached the ultimate eight instances and lifted the trophy thrice.
“A good start would be nice because the players will then relax and hopefully play their best cricket with confidence, otherwise the pressure can build up on everyone involved,” Hussey stated.
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