Indian Premier League: Loss to Kolkata Knight Riders was Wake up Call, Says Royal Challengers Bangalore Skipper Virat Kohli

After winning their first two fixtures, the Royal Challengers Bangalore have lost three games on the trot in the first leg in UAE. They begin their campaign in the Indian leg against the Sunrisers Hyderabad in Bangalore on Sunday.

updated: May 04, 2014 09:39 IST
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Bangalore: Returning home after three consecutive losses in the UAE, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) hope to get back to winning ways in the Indian Premier League with the support of their frenzied fans. (Schedule | Points Table)

"It feels great to be back home, especially for me, Chris (Gayle) and AB (de Villiers) who played some great cricket in this ground in front of home crowd," Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain Virat Kholi told reporters ahead of their league tie against Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Chinnasway stadium in Bangalore on Sunday. (Kohli hopes to win more games away from home)

After winning the first two league ties against Delhi Daredevils April 17 at Abu Dhabi and Mumbai Indians April 19 at Dubai, RCB lost to Kolkata Knight Riders April 24 at Sharjah, Rajasthan Royals April 26 at Abu Dhabi and Kings XI Punjab April 28 at Dubai. (A big Dhawan knock is round the corner, warns Tom Moody)

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