Batsmen need to be patient to win against West Indies: Rahane

Indian cricket team’s Test vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane today stated that the batsmen need to be patient in order to score huge number of runs on slow tracks of West Indies,

India will be playing against West Indies in the first Test cricket match starting 21 July.

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Rahane talking to media stated: “I think as a batting unit we have been doing really well. As much as we learnt from the South Africa series, it is all about focussing on this series now. Patience will be the key as a batting unit.”

“Once you get set it is important to make each and every session count, because we will have to give time for our bowlers. It is not easy to take 20 wickets on these slower tracks,” the middle-order batsman added.

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