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Australia tour South Africa to play three Twenty20 Internationals as the build-up to the ICC World Twenty20 continues.
Hashim Amla's unbeaten knock of 97 went in vain for South Africa as Australia chased down 179 in the final over with six wickets in hand in the third Twenty20 International in Cape Town to wrap up the series 2-1.
South Africa left arm orthodox spinner Aaron Phangiso has successfully cleared an independent reassessment of his bowling action and is all set to take part in the ICC World Twenty20 tournament.
David Warner and Glenn Maxwell posted record 161-run stand for the fourth wicket as Australia chased down a target of 205 runs to level the three-match series by sealing a five-wicket win in a thrilling last ball finish in the second Twenty20 International in Johannesburg.
Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood, who has not played a Twenty20 International in over two years, is ready to take up the challenge of playing in the shortest format ahead of the ICC World T20.
After losing five wickets inside the first 10 overs, South Africa were rescued by David Miller who smashed an unbeaten fifty in a chase of 158 runs to give the Proteas a three-wicket win over Australia in the first Twenty20 International in Durban.
Australian captain Steven Smith is hoping that the pitches in South Africa during the upcoming tour will aid spin so as to help the teams prepare for the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 tournament.
South African pace spearhead Dale Steyn is confident that he has put his injury troubles behind him after having made a successful return to domestic cricket for the Western Province Cricket Club.
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