Hyderabad: Chennai Super Kings' campaign in the last edition of the Indian Premier League was hampered due to Dwayne Bravo's injury which hurt the balance of their side and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is happy that the prolific all-rounder is back again to don the yellow jersey.
"The good thing for us will be, we missed Dwayne Bravo during the IPL. He got injured. That really affected the strength, combination and stability of the side. It is good to have him (Bravo) back," Dhoni said at a media conference here on Tuesday ahead of his team's Champions League T20 opener against IPL champions Kolkata Knight Riders.
"Also, most of the players have been playing international cricket and most of them have scored runs in the recent series. So, it's looking good. Still, we will have to see how quickly we adapt to the conditions," he told reporters. (Also read: Pollard wants Mumbai Indians to field better)