Kolkata, May 17 (UNI) Chennai Super King skipper M S Dhoni today said his side was not feeling any extra pressure to take on Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens here tomorrow as the tournament was still wide open.
''The T20 format is different from ODIs and Test and whoever holds nerve and has quick reflex makes all the difference,'' Dhoni told a news conference at Eden before taking field for practice.
He said the T20 cricket demands a fitter man while ruling out any controversy whether youngs should be picked up or senior players get consideration for the first eleven.
To a question on dropping Makhaya Ntini in the last match, Dhoni said they were doing well with five bowlers and the side had taken this with high spirit.
He said Kolkata Knight Riders were a tough side, although they did not do well in Mumbai and ''everything is possible in T20 cricket''. ''It is matter how a side reacts after a win or defeat.
The thinking matters,'' Dhoni said.
He said this while answering to a question about facing 80,000 crowd tomorrow, Dhoni said, he was looking forward to play here in similar fashion as he did elsewhere.
He said it was irrelevant whether 25,000 or more were watching the game as players normally concentrate on the game and had no time to react what was happening at the gallery. However, Dhoni refused to make any comment on Harbhajan-Sreesanth issue.
Asked on Sourav Ganguly's fitness, he said, ''I am not measuring anyone's performance.'' The practice of Chennai was interrupted following a downpour this evening.
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