IPL 2022: Can Ravindra Jadeja- led CSK win their 5th IPL title? Matthew Hayden has THIS to claim
Former Australia cricketer Matthew Hayden thinks that 4 times Indian Premier League (IPL) champ Chennai Super Kings (CSK) can winning IPL 2022 as well as maintaining the title regardless of a modification in management.
However, CSK caught a six-wicket loss versus Kolkata Knight Riders in the very first suit of this period, in which both their batting as well as bowling had actually stopped working to click the method they would certainly have suched as.
But the Ravindra Jadeja- led side will certainly be wishing to get their very first factors at the Brabourne Stadium when they meet Lucknow Super Giant onThursday
“CSK will not be disheartened with the loss in their opening game against KKR. There were plenty of positives for the Ravindra Jadeja-led side. Their top-order saw a rare batting collapse in the first game but there`s a lot of experience in the side and I am sure they`ll come back stronger in the next game,” Aussie batting tale Hayden stated throughout an episode of Cricket Live onStar Sports
“They missed Moeen Ali in the tournament opener and he will be available for selection in the next match. CSK have it in them to it pull off and that makes them a dangerous side,” he included.
On Thursday, Jadeja will certainly once more lead CSK versus Lucknow Super Giants, as well as both groups will certainly be seeking their very first win of the competition. Jadeja just recently took control of as the captain of CSK after MS Dhoni gave up the captaincy simply 2 days in advance of the brand-new IPL period.
The four-time champs ultimately stopped working to win their opening suit of the period, however they will certainly be expecting far better ton of money on Thursday.
Lucknow Super Giants will certainly additionally wish to eradicate their blues of the previous suit, the KL Rahul led side took on versus fellow novices Gujarat Titans (GT) as well as it the Ahmedabad- based franchise business that overcame LSG.
With inputs from IANS