The Royal Challengers Bangalore have not played together for a while, but I don't think that will make much of a difference here at the Champions League. This is a new tournament, and we will not be thinking about our loss to champions Deccan Chargers earlier in the year: rather we will be going into it with a clean slate.
There are a lot of good quality players and that should make for some keen contests, the first, for us, against South African champions Cape Cobras. I don't think it will be much to Bangalore's advantage that I was a former Cobra player - I play for the Warriors now. I don't think 'inside info' will be of much help for any team. We all have our strengths and weaknesses and what we do out on the field, our assessment of the team on the day and the game plan we go in with is what is important.
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