'We are disappointed (at the defeat against Mumbai). But as I said, we fought well and stretched Mumbai. They have a strong batting order with Kieron Pollard and Andrew Symonds. But our bowlers bowled well under lot of pressure,' he said about the defeat at the hands of Mumbai.
Ramdin said his side would look to post a competitive total in case they bat first in their second match of the tournament against New South Wales.
'We would hope to shoot them out for about 130 or 140 runs and then chase it down. If we bat first, we would also look to maintain momentum and try to post a competitive total,' he said.
T&T were shot out for 98 in their last match and Ramdin admitted that his side would have to produce an improved show in their batting department.
'We misread the pitch in Bangalore and it was bad that we didn't score runs. (Lendl) Simmons' run out was unfortunate and consequently we kept losing wickets. We fought, but couldn't pull off victory,' he said.
'(Against NSW) it's a different attack, different surface, different game as well, so hope the boys pick themselves up (and post a win),' he added.
He said the Chepauk wicket here looks a bit slow and "should probably aid our slow bowlers.'