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Mumbai will now travel to Ahmedabad, where they play Otago Volts and Highveld Lions before taking on Perth Scorchers in Delhi. Wright said that while Mumbai were up "against some good sides", they had an advantage due to better local knowledge. "They'll be in Indian conditions, so we know exactly where we stand".

updated: September 22, 2013 12:03 IST
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Jaipur: John Wright began his coaching stint with Mumbai Indians in IPL VI and led them to immediate glory. Then too, Mumbai had started with a defeat in their opening match, but with the Champions League Twenty20 2013 being a more compressed tournament, Mumbai's loss against Rajasthan Royals on Saturday (September 22) will be more difficult to overcome. (Clinical Rajasthan Royals keep their Jaipur fortress intact)

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"It's definitely not the start we wanted, but it's a jolt and we have to lift our performance in every area in three tough games. The ball is in our court now. If we want to reach the semis, we've got to win our next three matches," said Wright after the seven-wicket defeat. (Stats: Sanju Samson shines with bat and gloves)

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