Indian Premier League: Royal Challengers Bangalore Eye Comeback on Indian Turf

Royal Challengers Bangalore, who have lost their last three games on the trot, begin their Indian campaign on Sunday against the Sunrisers Hyderabad.

updated: May 04, 2014 16:05 IST
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Bangalore: Back in their comfort zone of the Chinnaswamy stadium in Bangalore, the Royal Challengers Bangalore would be looking to get their Indian Premier League 7 campaign back on track when they host Hyderabad Sunrisers for the first time this season on Sunday. (Schedule | Points Table)

A home game at the start of the second leg of the IPL-7 after losing three of the five matches in the UAE last month, provides the Virat Kohli-led RCB, runners-up in 2009, just the sort of platform to inject some momentum in their campaign. (Kohli hopes to win more games away from home)

They started off well with two back-to-back victories before falling off with three consecutive defeats. (A big Dhawan knock is round the corner, warns Tom Moody)

Likewise, the Sunrisers, led by Shikhar Dawan, managed to win only two of the five games in the UAE and have failed to make much of an impact despite boasting an array of power-hitters in their ranks. (Bangalore can make comeback in Indian leg: Yuvraj Singh)

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