IPL 7: Chris Gayle hopes Royal Challengers Bangalore's fortunes turn around in Indian leg

Royal Challengers Bangalore have lost three matches on the trot after winning their first two fixtures in UAE. They begin their campaign in India on May 4 against Sunrisers Hyderabad in Bangalore.

updated: April 30, 2014 20:20 IST
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Bangalore: After winning just two of the five matches played in the UAE, Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman Chris Gayle is hoping for a turnaround of his team's fortunes in the Indian leg of IPL-7. (Yuvraj Singh looking for solace in 'familiar' conditions)

Out of nine remaining matches, RCB will play five matches at Chinnaswamy stadium and are hoping to fare better on home turf. (Chris Gayle's amazing records for RCB)

"Hopefully we wish to bounce back as quickly as possible. We are back home now and know the conditions well here. Still a long way to go," he told reporters at an event in Bangalore. (RCB fans to enjoy free Wi-Fi in home matches)

However, Gayle said the team is disappointed with losing last three games on the trot after having a great start by winning first two matches.

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