I don’t believe chopping and changing players in IPL: Fleming
Notwithstanding Ravindra Jadeja’s poor showing in the IPL, Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming has backed the all-rounder, saying he believes in giving chances to players rather than chopping and changing a winning combination. Comfortably perched at the top of the table, CSK have won 7 out of their 10 games and Fleming insists that the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side can carry the weight of non-performers as long as they are winning.
“Jadeja needs to get in to his form. He has skills and we value as to what he can contribute to the team. Players, who are out of form pick up and I do not believe chopping and changing players in IPL gives you an advantage, it could be destructive,” Jadeja said in the pre-match presser at the eve of the Chepauk game, here on Friday. “We try and give chances to players as far as possible to give major contributions. His skills in the field suggest that he is good and comes up with couple of run outs,” he