An aggressive left-handed batsman with more than 200 one-day international caps to his name, Suresh Raina has focused his career on the limited-overs formats. He has grown steadily since his ODI debut in 2006 and averaged mid-30s with more than 30 fifties to his name. A strike rate in the 90s makes him a dangerous one-day prospect, while Raina has also had success on the T20 circuit, where his strike rate is in the mid-130s. His Test call-up came in mid-2013 and the left-handed batsman made an instant impression scoring a century on debut, but fell out of favour with selectors after 18 Tests.
He has stepped in as India captain on several occasions, including during the West Indies tour in 2011 and against Bangladesh in 2014.
Test Debut date : 26/06/2010
ODI Debut date : 30/07/2005
T20 Debut date : 01/12/2006
Age : 32 years 27 days
Role : Batter
Height : N/A
Batting Style : Left Hand
Bowling Style : Right Arm Off-Spin
Team Played For : N/A
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