Indian captain Rahul Dravid on Wednesday said his team had reviewed its stunning loss to Bangladesh in the World Cup and was keen to avenge the defeat in the three-match ODI series starting in Dhaka tomorrow.
Dravid said that the Indians were not looking to target any particular player from the rival camp, but the opposition as a whole in the series opener at the Sher-e-Bangla national stadium.
"We definitely got to review and look at all their players. We have a bit more first hand information about them now after watching them at the World Cup. I think that should help us," Dravid said at the match-eve press conference.
Draivd did not agree that the Bangladesh tour was a fresh beginning for his team, battered by the shock early exit from the World Cup.
"The media likes to use such terms. I don't see any fresh beginning or end. International cricket is a continuous process."