Kolkata: Still smarting from their defeat at the hands of Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Kolkata Knight Riders will have to get their act together soon and come out all guns blazing against defending champions Chennai Super Kings in their IPL return-leg match on Saturday.
KKR's three-match winning run came to a halt on Thursday, when Kochi defeated the Shah Rukh Khan-owned side by 17 runs. And with just four more matches left in round robin stage, there is little room for error for KKR, which will be hoping to return to winning ways on Saturday.
Going into Saturday's clash at the historic Eden Gardens, there is little difference between the two teams on the points table with both on 12 each. However, CSK have played nine matches compared to KKR's 10, which have so far proved that they are a team to reckon with KKR can take heart from the fact that in this edition of the Twenty20 league unlike the first three seasons.