Chennai all set to tame Cobras
Perhaps, the law of averages caught up with Chennai Super Kings, who lost their first game after eight consecutive wins at home Saturday night when they went down to a depleted Mumbai Indians by three wickets in the Champions League T20 tournament, but it is a situation the team is not unfamiliar with, according to their middle-order batsman Subramaniam Badrinath.
"We have been in this situation before and we have got ourselves out of it, so it's not something that's new to us. I think we just have to play good cricket. It's important to bowl well in the last leg.
"If we can restrict them in the Powerplay overs, it would be tough to get away our bowlers after that considering (the quality) of our attack," opined Badrinath at a media interaction here yesterday as he looked ahead to the game against Cape Cobras on Wednesday.