Knight Riders rise to top spot in this season’s table with 10 straight wins before seeing off Jamaica Tallawahs in the first semi final to set up a clash on Thursday with St Lucia Zouks, who will be appearing in their maiden CPL final.
Trinbago have raised the trophy on three final appearances and are determined to win back the crown they lost to Barbados Tridents last year, However Pollard says there’s no room for complacency in the camp.
“For us we still have to try to keep it level, we still have to try and play a better game of cricket than we did in the semi-final,” said Pollard.
“You can’t doubt yourself at this point in time. We have played fantastic cricket throughout the entire tournament and we need to have that cherry on top of it.
“I know the guys aren’t over-confident – you’re seeing guys in the dressing room who want to come out and perform and prove each and every time.
“We have the hunger to do that one more time. Hopefully we can go all the way and if we can do that, it will be unprecedented.”