IPL 2021 Final – CSK vs KKR: Will Suresh Raina play? Chennai Super Kings veteran batsman Suresh Raina, who was dropped from CSK’s playing XI after a string of poor batting performances in 2021 IPL, was seen hitting the gym for the 2021 IPL final, as the three-time champion takes on Eoin Morgan’s Kolkata Knight Riders at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai on Friday. Now it will be interesting to see if MS Dhoni finds a way to bring Suresh Raina back into CSK’s playing XI. If he does, it will be Raina’s 8th IPL final.
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Raina posted a video of himself working out at the gym. “Get healthy in mind and body to live a longer and more fulfilled life. #Fitness center #known #instagram #to rinse‘ he wrote in the caption.
IPL 2021 Final – CSK vs KKR: Raina also gave it his all during CSK’s practice session ahead of the IPL final against KKR.
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Why did Suresh Raina fall?
IPL 2021 Final – CSK vs KKR: Raina withdrew from IPL 2020 for personal reasons and made a comeback in the side with a fifty in IPL 2021. However, that was the only highlight of his season this year as he scored just 160 runs in 12 games at an average of 17 and a success rate of 125.00. He hasn’t looked his best this season, but CSK needed experience in the middle of the pack. For example, the team management focused on Robin Uthappa in the later stages of the competition.
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Suresh Raina in IPL 2021
Matches – 12
Runs – 160
Avg – 17
SR – 125.00
1950s – 1
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The shape of Robin Uthappa
IPL 2021 Final – CSK vs KKR: Robin Uthappa has played three games for CSK so far this season as a replacement for Suresh Raina. In which he scored 84 runs with a strike rate of 121.73 and an average of 28.00. The veteran cricketer played an excellent innings in the first qualifier against Delhi Capitals, scoring 63 runs in just 44 balls with seven limits and two sixes. Robin’s game-defining innings nearly sealed his place in CSK’s playing XI for the final.