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Champions League T20
CLT20 Preview: CSK vs Nashua Dolphins
Two teams from Group A, Chennai Super Kings and Nashua Dolphins, who lost their initial match in the Champions League T20 are going to clash against one another later tonight at Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru. It is a must win game for both the teams, as the winning team will increase the chances of qualifying from the group stages to the knock out stages.

On paper, it is the Chennai Super Kings, which looks very strong as compared to the South Afrcian side that boasts of a very few known players. Apart from their skipper Morne van Wyk and Abbot most of the other players are not known at the international level, which could make it tough against the star studded line up of CSK. Still, one should not discount the African side so early.

CSK has some of the biggest players of world cricket, such as Brendon McCullum, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni, Dwayne Bravo, Ashwin, Jadeja just to name a few. But these mentioned players failed as a team in their loss against their IPL rivals, Kolkata Knight Riders. CSK, who are not habituated to losses is expected to come out all guns blazing.

Despite the defeat, CSK comprise a confident bunch of players, who back thier ability, so they would be confident enough to come up with a brilliant performance and progress ahead. But, for this to happen, their players needs to fire in the remainder of the matches.

CSK is well aware of the competition, which is known for its quality, as it is only champion teams, which make the final cut from amongst many countries. Hence they are not going to take it easy against Dolphins.

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