West Indies great Vivian Richards said that Chennai Super Kings can take a leaf out of Liverpool’s book to tackle a youthful Delhi Capitals when the two sides face each other in the second Qualifier on Friday. “This is a clash of experience against youth and DCs energy has made a big difference for them throughout the tournament,” said Richards in a column for Times of India. “CSK will have to match that energy in cricketing terms. They have plenty of experience and a guy like Dhoni with the kind of ability he has can single-handedly steer a game,” said the 67-year-old former West Indies captain. “But in these knockout games, team work often makes all the difference. Just look at how Liverpool beat Barcelona in the Champions League.” Also Read - IPL: Delhi Capitals Rope in Pravin Amre as Assitant Coach For Next Two Seasons

Liverpool came back from a 3-0 deficit in the first leg against Spanish champions Barcelona in the semi-final of the Champions League to win the match 4-3, a comeback that has been rated as one of the greatest ever in the tournament. CSK were rampant in the group stage and were favourites to win Qualifier 1 against Mumbai Indians. But they ended up falling to a 6-wicket loss and now face Delhi Capitals on Friday. DC beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by two wickets in the Eliminator. Also Read - Suresh Raina Reveals Reason Behind Pulling Out of IPL 2020, Says 'No Regrets'

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