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Saha willing to sacrifice for CSK
Thursday 22 September 2011

Chennai Super Kings’ wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha believes that the reigning CLT20 champions will make the most of their home advantage.

"We have won all the matches here and this is a good opportunity for us to keep the momentum going. We all are practising hard in fielding, bowling and batting. And, when we get chance, everybody can perform to his strength," he said.

Being CSK’s second choice keeper is no easy feat, but Saha is willing do his job and find a place in the side at some point.

"Any job is assigned because of team interest. If the team needs, I am a good fielder and my job will be to field in outfield (if asked to)," he asserted during a media interaction.

Saha opined that the amount of cricket played by some of the Super Kings players in the recent months will not impact their performances in the Champions League.

"They are professionals and they know how to adjust. They will keep playing their natural game, work hard and perform well," he said.

Meanwhile, Super Kings team manager Russell Radhakrishnan said Michael Hussey (Australia) and Suraj Randiv (Sri Lanka) would be joining team later in the day while skipper Dhoni and Suresh Raina are expected here on Thursday night.

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