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IPL 2020: CSK have used the six-day break well, says head coach Stephen Fleming

Dubai: Chennai Super Kings head coach Stephen Fleming on Thursday stated the crew used the six-day break to “get some clarity around” on what it wanted to do to get its IPL marketing campaign again on observe.

The three-time champions have not received off the better of begins, having misplaced two of their first three video games.

“It got here at a great time as a result of the first three video games had been in fast succession and all video games had been at totally different grounds, so that you have to understand making an attempt to learn situations, for every sport being predominantly the first crew to play there was powerful.

“And also coming off a couple of challenges we had off the field, we’ve used this break pretty well, we got some clarity around what we need to do and have practised very well,” Fleming informed the CSK web site forward of Friday’s match in opposition to Sunrisers Hyderabad.

In some excellent news on the eve of the SRH sport, he stated batsman Ambati Rayudu and all-rounder Dwayne Bravo can be found for choice.

While Rayudu who starred in CSK’s win over Mumbai Indians in the match opener missed the subsequent two matches as a consequence of a hamstring damage, the veteran West Indian participant has not featured in any of the fixtures to this point as a consequence of damage.

Asked how it might assist to be taking part in 4 of the subsequent 5 video games at a single venue (Dubai), he stated it might be useful to settle in and try to learn situations at one floor.

“I’m looking forward to putting in a bit of performance than we did the last time we played at Dubai where we were outplayed by Delhi Capitals. There were a number of areas that we weren’t happy with, and we’ve worked hard on those,” he stated.

To a query how a lot the groups would have learnt about situations after taking part in three video games every, he stated from their perspective loads has been learnt, including it has been a tricky begin and “we’ve got to overcome that and restart well after this break.”

“I heard feedback yesterday that groups are nonetheless studying, they’ve had the advantage of taking part in at one floor and are studying at different grounds, so I am unsure.

“But from our point of view, we certainly learnt a lot, and even over the six days now, to watch and try and work the characteristics of each of the grounds has been beneficial,” he added.

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