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Raina eyes No 3 spot
Mumbai: Suresh Raina has donned the role of a finisher to perfection in shortest formats and by his own admission he relishes batting at No 3...
Mumbai: Suresh Raina has donned the role of a finisher to perfection in shortest formats and by his own admission he relishes batting at No 3 irrespective of whether he is playing for India or Chennai Super Kings. "I love batting at No 3 as I can be positive and play my shots. When I scored a hundred against South Africa in West Indies (in 2010 World T20), I batted at number three. I love to dominate bowlers," Raina said here on Sunday. Raina believes that a good set-up has been the key to CSK`s success in the last five editions of IPL. For the UP left-hander, these are still early days in IPL and one needs to maintain discipline in order to go the distance. "It is the start of the season. You need to maintain your commitment and maintain your discipline. Whoever gets tense will lose the battle," he said. Meanwhile, Raina said that he is ready to pick the brains of legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara, who is coming to India next month.