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Indian Premier League 2010

Kings XI Punjab loss haunting us

Apr 18, 2010: If we are left with nothing, and our match against Mumbai Indians turns out to be a matter of statistical interest, we will still try to end on a happy note

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Indian Premier League 2010

Painful to find ourselves in the current situation

Apr 17, 2010: We needed to win at least one of the two away matches to challenge for a place in the semifinals - any team that wants to do well in a tournament has to win the crunch games. That didn't happen for us

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Indian Premier League 2010

We threw it away against Bangalore

Apr 13, 2010: We need to emerge at the earliest from the shadows of the last game. Chennai Super Kings have lost the last match, as we have, and whichever team re-groups first will call the shots in this game

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Indian Premier League 2010

Two crucial games away from home

Apr 9, 2010: We have put ourselves in a situation whereby we will be in the running till the very end and need to push ourselves hard at this juncture

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Indian Premier League 2010

Kolkata braced for upcoming knock-out phase

Apr 7, 2010: Our match against Delhi Daredevils becomes even more crucial in the context of the tournament. We have to win it to stay afloat

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Indian Premier League 2010

Kolkata wary of a Punjab backlash

Apr 4, 2010: Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, draws confidence from the win against Deccan Chargers, but is not taking the under-fire Kings XI Punjab lightly

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Indian Premier League 2010

Six teams vying for three semi-final spots

Apr 1, 2010: We have to up our performance in the next seven matches and make amends in disciplines in which we have floundered

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Indian Premier League 2010

Good win against Punjab, but no opportunity to relax

Mar 29, 2010: Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, on his side's clinical win against Kings XI Punjab and preparations for the match against Delhi Daredevils

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Indian Premier League 2010

Cricket has a history of great turnarounds

Mar 27, 2010: Winning is not only a habit, it's also an attitude. Our fans are bound to run out of patience if we don't turn the table against Kings XI Punjab

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Indian Premier League 2010

We hope Mumbai stays lucky for us

Mar 22, 2010: Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, analyses his side's defeat at Motera, and the challenges that lie ahead in Mumbai

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Indian Premier League 2010

Gayle and Bond will give us impetus

Mar 20, 2010: Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, on his side's preparation for the second phase of IPL games, and the much-anticipated arrival of Chris Gayle

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Indian Premier League 2010

No room for complacency

Mar 16, 2010: Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, on winning their second consecutive game and assessing their next opponents Chennai Super Kings

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Indian Premier League 2010

Good start, now the pressure's on

Mar 13, 2010: Sourav Ganguly, the Kolkata Knight Riders captain, on his team's thrilling win in the IPL opener and looking ahead to the contest against Bangalore

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No favourites in Twenty20

Mar 11, 2010: Kolkata are well prepared for this year's tournament. We practised all year round and have spotted a few talented Indian youngsters

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Gambhir is India's best batsman

Nov 28, 2009: Right from the toss things went right for India in Kanpur, leaving Sri Lanka with plenty of thinking to do, especially on the bowling front

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Good on Dravid and Mahela, pity about the pitch

Nov 21, 2009: People come hoping to see a result, which is why flat pitches aren't doing Test cricket's cause any good

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