Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming sent out strong signals that his team will be shifting gears in a bid to retain the Champions League T20 crown as they prepare to take on Trinidad and Tobago in a must-win Group A game here on Sunday.
"We ran Mumbai close in the first game, we won the second. We are in good shape with crucial contributions from a couple of guys in key times. We are not far from playing well," said Fleming on Saturday.
"Our campaigns usually get better with each game that goes on. We have to win the last two games to go through, the guys are aware of that, they are working hard in training."
"In Twenty20, you don't get an even contribution. It is just the case of when the opportunity comes up and the players are good enough to take it," Fleming added.