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Setting 275 target is crucial - Rahane

India batsman Ajinkya Rahane talks to the media at the end of the second day in Johannesburg

December 19, 2013

Posted by   on (December 20, 2013, 15:35 GMT)

300 to 350 is enough to restrict sa

Posted by Teja_Smart on (December 20, 2013, 10:00 GMT)

@Jimmyvida: That is what said by Amla too. Sometimes pitch can behave in a different manner. Hope India will get at least 300 lead to win this match.

Posted by 777aditya on (December 19, 2013, 23:19 GMT)

Rahane looked relieved and rightly so - he had to wait a long time for his turn. Finally, when he got a look in, seems like a fighter with a good technique. IPL has many cynics, but looks like Rahane's surely benefited from the time he's spent with Dravid. Liked what he did in England when India lost 4-0 as well. Here's hoping Dhoni persists with him for at least a year before making up his mind about him - worthy player this one.

Posted by Jimmyvida on (December 19, 2013, 20:39 GMT)

A target of 275 will be a joke. This wicket should continue to play better as he match progress. 450 might be a better target to set SA. Rahane must understand their bowling limitations and poor fielding.

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