“It is a must-win game for us. We would like to finish with a win. It has not been greatest tournament for us. We didn’t play as well as last year. We would like to finish off with a positive,” KKR coach Trevor Bayliss told reporters at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium here.
With just 12 points from 15 points, KKR are placed seventh on the points table and would finish at the same position irrespective of the result of their last match.
“Our target is to play well. We have been up and down this season. We have played some good matches but we played some poor matches as well. We would like to finish off on a high. Play some good cricket tomorrow. Win, lose or draw we would like to finish on high. We know if we play well we can beat anyone in the competition,” said the coach.
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