Trinidad and Tobago chased down the 119-run target with 29 balls to spare, leapfrogging CSK in the points table to get the top spot in Group B.
Trinidad and Tobago will have their work cut out when they face Chennai Super Kings in a crucial Champions League Twenty20 Group B tie here at the Feroze Shah Kotla stadium on Wednesday.
A win (by D/L method) against the Titans on Monday gave T&T's dwindling campaign a new lease of life, which means the outcome of Wednesday's match is vital to their hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals. A win here will place them second after CSK in Group B while a loss will have two ramifications.
If T&T lose by a big margin, it would end their stay in the tournament, with the Titans leapfrogging them to join CSK as the two semi-finalists from the group. As of now, both T&T and Titans have eight points each from two victories, but the Caribbean outfit has a better net run-rate (+0.407) as compared to the Titans (+0.228). That means in case of a loss, T&T will have to keep the margin of defeat small enough to not let their NRR fall below Titans'.