CLT20: Rajasthan vs Mumbai contest more important than Sachin's swansong, feels Rahul Dravid

Talking about the inclusion of upcoming left-arm spinner Harmeet Singh, who was acquitted in the spot-fixing case, Rahul Dravid said his team would decide on that in a day or two. Dravid ducked the question related to the effects of pacer S Sreesanth and few others being found guilty of spot-fixing in a BCCI inquiry.

updated: September 19, 2013 16:38 IST
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Jaipur: The Champions League Twenty20 is all set to be Sachin Tendulkar's swansong as a Mumbai Indians player but Rajasthan Royals captain Rahul Dravid feels it still doesn't make their opening clash on September 21 any special.

"Yes, Sachin is a great player and we have played against each other and also as team mates but I feel that there is nothing important in this match. It would be a challenge for us but it should be seen as a match between Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians only," Dravid told reporters here.

"I wish we come face to face in semifinals too in this tournament," added Dravid at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium.

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