CSK know how to bring their A-game when the business end arrives, they can make a comeback: Wasim Jaffer
"The way they have won their two matches, they will certainly believe to make a comeback," said Jaffer.
Updated - Apr 25, 2022 9:27 pm
It has been an average campaign for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in IPL 2022 so far. With two wins in seven league matches, they are positioned ninth in the points table. Currently, they are facing the Punjab Kings (PBKS) in Match 38 of the tournament. The former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer shared his views on the captain of CSK and the team as well.
Jaffer feels that it is CSK’s loss if Ravindra Jadeja is not bowling his full quota of overs. He urged him to bowl his four overs due to his experience in the format. Jaffer also mentioned the fact that the CSK captain is arriving early on to the crease but has not performed well. He further added that Jadeja has proved himself in the final few overs, and should look to be a finisher.
“He [Jadeja] is not bowling his full quota of overs if the attacking left-handers are at the crease. If he is under-bowled, other inexperienced bowlers will bowl that over, which is not right. He has been promoted up the order this season and wants to take the responsibility due to the presence of Dhoni and Bravo in the middle order. Although he has been economical, you expect much more from Jadeja on both fronts. Jadeja should be arriving around the 14th-15th due to his finishing abilities, which he has displayed in the past,” said Jaffer on Sky247.net presents ‘Not Just Cricket’ Show on CricTracker.
They will certainly believe to make a comeback: Wasim Jaffer
Jaffer spoke on the record of CSK winning two out of their seven league matches in 2010 and lifting the title later. He said that the team has done well to secure two wins, and would believe that they can make a comeback in the ongoing season. Jaffer further said that the team has experienced players, who have won the IPL and have a knowledge of bringing their A-game as the business end arrives.
“The way they have won their two matches, they will certainly believe to make a comeback. There is a presence of many players in this team who have won championships and they will take one game at a time. These player know how to bring their A-game when the business end arrives. If they lose one or two matches, they will be out of contention, but they won’t be thinking too far at this moment,” Jaffer added.