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Ahead of Royal Challengers Bangalore's third home game of the 10th season of VIVO Indian Premier League, against Rising Pune Supergiants the home side scheduled an optional practice at the M Chinnaswammy Stadium on Saturday.
Speaking to the media after the practice session RCB Batting coach Trent Woodhill remained optimistic about the change in fortunes of the team as he backed Chris Gayle and warned the media, "Write Chris off at your own peril."
Sydney based Trend Woodhill has been a part of Royal Challengers Bangalore since 2013 and has formed a terrific combination with head coach Daniel Vettori to device modern, data based coaching inputs to improve RCB's on field performances.
With just 60 runs from three games, the West Indian cricketer is yet to play a trademark knock for the Challengers this season. But batting coach Woodhill is fully confident of a change in fortune for the "Universe Boss".
"Chris is hitting the ball well in the nets and he is not far away from a big score," opined the "Moneyball" coach who has been working closely with Gayle for a long time now.
"Gayle has a fantastic record here," mentioned Trent Woodhill referring to Chris Gayle's record of being three runs away from becoming the first ever batsman to score 10,000 T20 runs.