HYDERABAD (Agencies) - After breaking the home-jinx with a 33-run win against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Thursday, a confident Deccan Chargers will take on Adam Gilchrist-led Kings XI Punjab, who are equally on a high after their splendid victory over Chennai Super Kings. One can expect a cracker of a contest at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Uppal on Saturday, as both teams square off after recording convincing victories in their previous matches after not so great starts. Interestingly for both keeper captains Kumar Sangakkara and Gilchrist, it will be a reversal of roles as they will be pitted against a side they have captained during the last season. While Gilchrist was Deccan Chargers skipper for the last three editions, Sangakkara had unsuccessfully led the KXIP during their worst ever finish last season. One side, it will be a test of leadership skills for both Sangakkara and Gilchrist while on the other hand, the likes of Bharat Chipli and Paul Valthaty will like to show world that they can consistently come good at the big stage. For KXIP, the match against defending champions Chennai Super Kings after being crushed by Pune Warriors India may just be the shot in the arm they required after what transpired throughout the last season. All eyes will certainly be on 27-year-old Valthaty as Uppal pitch will also help the batsmen and if he can get going, the crowd will be in for some entertainment.