Trinidad and Tobago beat Ruhunu Eleven in the opening match of the tournament on Monday.
Hyderabad: Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) will be looking for back to back wins in the 2011 Champions League Twenty20 competition when they take on Leicestershire in their second qualifying game at Hyderabad on Tuesday.
Earlier on Monday, Darren Bravo and Sherwin Ganga shared an unbroken stand of 63 runs as T&T beat Ruhunu Eleven by five wickets in the opening match of the tournament.
Chasing 139, T&T were in a spot of bother when they lost half their side for 81 but Ganga smashed 39 off 15 balls and Bravo struck a solid 44 to take the the team home.
The Leicestershire Foxes made it to the six-team qualifying phase by virtue of winning England’s domestic T20 tournament, Friends Life t20. The other finalist Somerset will be the second team from England to play the qualifying phase scheduled for September 19 to 21 at Hyderabad.
All-rounders Abdul Razzaq and Andrew McDonald will be the key players for the Foxes while captain Mathew Hoggard will be in charge of his team's bowling attack.
T&T on the other hand will be focussing on another team effort and will be looking for solid contributions from their top order which failed to come to the party in the tournament opener on Monday.