Kolkata, May 7 (UNI) On the eve of match between Royal Challengers and Kolkata Knight Riders here at Eden Gardens tomorrow, the visitors' captain Rahul Dravid asked his boys to focus on fielding.
Addressing a news conference after net practice at the floodlit Eden Gardens here this evening, Dravid said his boys were fit and not many changes would take place barring the injured Wasim Jaffar.
He said West Indies' Shivnaraine Chandrapaul was also fit for tomorrow's tie.
He, however, said the final XI would be announced before the match.
Asked about team CEO Charu Sharma's withdrawl from the post, Dravid said he was not in a position to comment on that as his focus was on the field and how his boys perform tomorrow.
He said the T20 format was challenging and he was learning with time as the situation demands quick and fast thinking.
After five defeats in seven matches, Bangalore faces a situation like either make or break in the chmpionship, now halfway in the eight-team tourney.
With the new CEO Brijesh Patel, Bangalore may have some ace in their sleeves.
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