<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Sunil Narine hopes to" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130330221336.jpg" title="Sunil Narine hopes to" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Sunil Narine picked up 24 wickets in his maiden IPL season in 2012 © PTI</p> </div> <strong>Port of Spain: Sep 18, 2013</strong><br /> <br /> West Indies spinner <a href="/tags/Sunil-Narine/post" target="_blank">Sunil Narine</a> is hoping that his experience in the <a href="/tags/IPL/post" target="_blank">Indian Premier league</a> (IPL) will help him perform for <a href="/tags/Trinidad-and-Tobago/post" target="_blank">Trinidad and Tobago</a> in the <a href="/tags/CLT20-2013/post" target="_blank">Champions League T20 2013</a> (CLT20) starting in the sub-continent nation this weekend.<br /> <br /> Narine picked up 24 wickets in his maiden IPL season in 2012 and finished behind the leading wicket-taker <a href="/tags/Morne-Morkel/post" target="_blank">Morne Morkel</a> to help his franchise Kolkata Knight Riders win their only title in six seasons.<br /> <br /> His consistency continued in the next season as he took 22 wickets.<br /> <br /> "Having played in India and learning a lot with Kolkata (Knight Riders), I think I can use the Indian conditions to my best ability," Narine said on Tuesday.<br /> <br /> "Playing in the IPL is a plus I have and having won the T20 crown with the West Indies last year, I think I'm equipped for this challenge."<br /> <br /> Red Force will play one warm-up game before opening their campaign against the Brisbane Heat in Ranchi on Sunday.<br /> <br /> Ranchi was Kolkata's second home venue during the IPL last year.<br /> <br /> The spinner has fond memories of the JSCA ground, having claimed a four-wicket haul against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).<br /> <br /> "I have experience playing at Ranchi and have done well there. I think that I can share my knowledge with my team when it comes to the venue and also to some of the teams," he said.<br /> <br /> "So far we have studied the teams that we are going to meet and the players have knowledge of them. We have the right crop for the title-run."<br /> <br /> The Trinidadians flew out of Port of Spain on Monday and will spend in London before making the final leg of their journey to India on Tuesday evening.<br /> <br /> They will take on the Perth Scorchers in their only warm-up game on Saturday.