Jadeja is struggling because of her bad form, coach Pleming said why he is not worried

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) coach Stephen Fleming isn’t too concerned about Ravindra Jadeja’s form, but said that in the future the team will see what position is suitable for the star in the batting order. In 10 matches this season, Jadeja has so far scored just 116 runs at an average of 19.33 while taking five wickets at an economic rate of 7.52.

Jadeja was sacked for three on Wednesday as CSK suffered a 13-run loss to Royal Challengers Bangalore for their seventh loss. Fleming said at the virtual news conference: “No, I’m not worried. T20 games can be tough and when you’re batting fifth or sixth, you don’t have a lot of time to get going.

He said: “We’ll see what batting order will work for him next. But I’m not worried about his form.

Jadeja, who was in poor form, handed over the captaincy to Mahendra Singh Dhoni last week to focus on his game. CSK have only six points from 10 games and the team is almost out of the tournament and Fleming admitted that they were weak in all departments. “Sometimes our fielding and sack shooting is a concern. Most of our games were close, we came very close to winning them.

Fleming said: “We had our matches taken away or we couldn’t hit the target. But this was generally the case in the tournament. We were fewer in all three departments.

Injuries to key players have taken their toll on CSK, with Deepak Chahar being the most important player to miss out on the season due to a back injury. Moeen Ali was also unable to play some matches due to an injury in training.

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