Kolkata Knight Riders will be happy to return to Eden Gardens, after their woeful form in IPL 2013 away from home.
KKR, who have lost all their away games in this season's IPL, however, face one of the strongest sides in the tournament in Chennai Super Kings on Saturday evening.
Gautam Gambhir's men unbelievably capitulated against the Kings XI Punjab in the last game, gifting victory to their opponents when they looked nailed on for a win.
"I think the boys in the dressing room after the game were hurt," KKR coach Trevor Bayliss told reporters. "They realised that they had left one slip away.
"It was good to see the hurt on their faces because you could see it meant that much to them. They were embarrassed by the way they let that game slip. But, I don't think there will be a problem in the effort they put in the game tomorrow (Saturday)."
KKR are unbeaten at home this season, and that is largely due to the fact that the Eden Gardens pitch aids the spinners, the Kolkata side's true strength - led by Sunil Narine and fellow mystery spinner Suchitra Senanayake.
"We just concentrate on what we do well," Bayliss added. "Our strength is spin bowling and we do not think of changing it too much according to the opposition.
"It is something that we have spoken about and we do have some options in terms of deciding the combinations we might play whether it is this game or for the future games."
The home side have a few decisions to make against CSK, who were impressive in their last game, and one of the main ones will be whether to bring Brendon McCullum back to the first XI for the first time in IPL 2013.
"I cannot say he will not play, but there might be a chance that he will play," Bayliss said. "It is a fifty-fifty chance. There is a possibility that there might be changes.
"We will get together tomorrow (Saturday) before the game and work out the combinations that we are looking for and then make changes if need be."