“The Delhi wicket is a good batting surface. We played Chennai Super Kings in the IPL Qualifier 1 so we know it is a good batting track. There might be some movement early on but we have to bat really well and fast,” said the former India coach.
Asked about the unimpressive performances of his batsmen, Wright quipped: “But we have played only two matches. They [Scorchers] are a tough team but we just have to make the most of the opportunities and go out there with the right attitude.”
Perth Scorchers will be looking to regain their pride as the two-time Big Bash League runners-up are fifth and last in the Group A points table with two losses and a no result. The Simon Katich-led side will definitely look to ending the tournament on a winning note.
In the two matches that they have played so far, their batting has let them down. Against the Royals, the batsmen collapsed completely while in the other match against the Volts, the top order could hardly even get off the mark.