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Holder urges patience with Chandrika

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Jason Holder has said opener Rajendra Chandrika must be given some time to find his way in international cricket, despite making three ducks from his first four Test innings. 
Chandrika has only one first-class hundred to his name, scored against Windward Islands last month, but the selectors view his game as adequate for the elite level.
Chandrika made a pair on Test debut against Australia in Jamaica in June and managed 25 and 0 in the first Test of this series in Hobart.
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