Lost. Lost. Lost. Lost.
That is what Kolkata Knight Riders has done in its last four matches. Eoin Morgan’s men wouldn’t want to make it five in a row in IPL 14 when they face Punjab Kings on Monday.
They would be hoping the change of venue – the round of matches at the Narendra Modi Stadium at Ahmedabad kick off with this one – could bring them a change in fortune, too.
And for inspiration to put an end to a sequence of defeats, they needn’t look far. Punjab had registered three losses on the trot before it scored an impressive nine-wicket win over reigning champion Mumbai Indians in its last match.
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K.L. Rahul and his men would be keen to continue from where they left off in Chennai. That victory was set up by their bowlers; the captain led the chase of the modest target with his third fifty in five innings.