Showy West Indies opener Chris Gayle has accomplished his wellness in the wake of recuperating from back damage which fended off him from the last amusement against Delhi Capitals, said Kings XI Punjab batsman Mayank Agarwal Saturday.
Gayle, who has been in great structure, had missed Kings XI's last match against Delhi Capitals however it didn't influence their amusement as his substitution Sam Curran asserted four wickets, which incorporated a cap trap, to enable the group to enroll a 14-run win.
"I can't reveal to you whether he (Chris Gayle) is playing or not (giggles), however he is fit," Agarwal told journalists on the eve of Saturday's match against Chennai Super Kings at the MA Chidambaram arena here.
Three-time champions CSK are coming into the match subsequent to enduring a 37-run misfortune against Mumbai Indians however Agarwal said the hosts are an accomplished side and basically savage at home.
"It (CSK) is a quality outfit and it realizes the ground well. It is an accomplished side and it is very merciless with regards to Chepauk or somewhere else," he said.
"Imperative thing for us is adhere to our qualities and do what we are progressing admirably. We can take a great deal of heart from the last diversion. Continue trusting, continue support and continue executing our abilities. "What's more, on the off chance that we do that and adhere to our procedure, we should play great cricket. From that point, the outcome will deal with itself," he included.
Punjab had battled over from the edge to crush Delhi in their last match and Agarwal said winning close recreations has helped the group's confidence.
"On the off chance that you win diversions like those, it will support your assurance and certainty. In IPL, you play a ton of close diversions. On the off chance that you win more frequently than lose, it's clearly great," he said.
"It was imperative that we continued accepting and it was extraordinary to see us execute our aptitudes to the best of our capacities." The 28-year-old from Bengaluru applauded his Kings XI commander Ravichandran Ashwin, who is coming back to Chepauk where he plays household cricket.
"He is a reasoning cricketer. There is a great deal of arranging regarding why we are playing a specific batsman or a bowler and where we are utilizing them.
"He is eager to come here, clearly this is home for him when he plays household cricket. It ought to be great and he is anticipating the test," he said.
"He is offering duty to individuals and characterizing the jobs of every individual in a direct way. That really helps the group and enables the person to get ready as needs be."