Lal brushed aside reports of an omitted player using manpower to disrupt the team's practice session couple of days ago and said the team members were in their best frame of mind to take a shot at the title.
"There is no problem as such. All these are just exaggerated stories," he said.
Delhi would like to make amends to their woeful performance in the Ranji Elite championship while Mithun Manhas, who replaced Amit Bhandari as captain, will look to start his leadership role on a successful note.
Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir have their own problems to sort out.
The team's arrival, a day before the match, was delayed by about three hours.
The apathy of the game's authorities towards domestic cricket was obvious when the visitors were still finding their accommodation after reaching the city.
Lal said Delhi would not take their opponents lightly and that they would look to grab full points from the match.
"We would play all the matches to win and take full points from it," he said. He said that the team would opt for five-bowler attack, comprising three pacers and two spinners.