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We are keen to settle scores, says Dravid

Indian team is looking forward to avenge their defeat by Bangladesh in the ODI series starting tomorrow.
PTI | By HT Correspondent, Dhaka
UPDATED ON MAY 09, 2007 05:57 PM IST

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."

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