"Obviously, we finished at top of the ladder. We have had a fantastic season, but I guess that counts for very little now. We have got some big games coming up and it's going to be a really big challenge in Kolkata. They (KKR) are in terrific form. We will bring our best and we are confident that we can beat any team in the competition," Marsh said after Kings XI beat Delhi Daredevils by seven wickets.
Kings XI defeated laggards Delhi Daredevils in their last league game to stamp their dominance in the competition and finish on top of the points table.
Asked if Chennai Super Kings would have been easier opponent than KKR, Kings XI coach Sanjay Bangar said: "We cannot pick our opponents. Well, obviously, Kolkata will be having an advantage with the crowd support, but it will be interesting to go out and compete against a home team. I think it's going to a great challenge, something which we are all looking forward to."
With many foreign and domestic players in their prime form this season, picking the playing eleven has been a headache of sorts for the Punjab outfit. Even players like Shaun Marsh have had to sit out on occasions.


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