There is uncertainty over Naraine's availability as the report of the bio-mechanical tests, which he underwent at the BCCI accredited testing facility, is still awaited.
"All I can say is feeling sorry for Sunil. I think it is disappointing that he has gone away. All of a sudden he has been put on the spot again. It is one of those, as a cricketer, I am not happy with the situation that Sunil and we are in at the moment. He has got a wonderful skill," said the china-man spinner Hogg.

At 44, Hogg became the oldest cricketer to play in the IPL and the Australian bowler said he was enjoying his cricket at the moment.
"As far as my role, at the end of the day at my age, I am enjoying my cricket. Very lucky that I have been picked up in the IPL tournament. Had a couple of years here already and to be playing for different franchise and experiencing different parts of India is fantastic. It is no different to any other team that got great bunch of players," he said.
Hogg admitted it was disappointing to lose a close game.
"It is disappointing always to lose such close contests. But at the end of the day, we have to go back and believe in our skills. Everyone has got skills. Everyone talks about form. I am not a believer in form. It is all mental and it is always up there here (in the mind). We have got another five top games in 10 days. I think we just got to believe that our skills are good enough," insisted the Australian.
"It takes a couple of shots for a batsman to turn around and likewise a couple of wickets for a bowler."
On his team not scoring a single boundary between seventh and 17th over, Hogg said, "I think we required 78 runs off 80 balls and we really dug for ourselves. We sort of discussed that. The opposition was dictating the scoreboard for us to slow down. We are going to go out in the next game and play the way we want to play.
"If we win we win, if we lose we lose. That is the nature of the game. You back your potentials and you play better than the opposition, more times than not you win matches."
Hogg was all praise for the Chidambaram stadium pitch.
"The pitch was pretty good. It assisted all. Had a bit of pace and swing and also held up little bit for the spinner. So everyone played a part in the game. Full credit to the curator. I thought, batsmen too had chances to make runs and bowlers had chances of getting wickets. It is one of those nice part of contest," said Hogg.

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