Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc will miss Saturday’s final One-Day International of the Qantas Tour of South Africa in Potchefstroom as he will return home to Australia on Friday to attend the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup Final.
The Standard Bank Proteas repeated the recipe of the first Momentum One-Day International with a maiden ODI century, this time by Janneman Malan, and another brilliant bowling display by Lungi Ngidi to win the second match against Australia
Standard Bank Proteas batsman, Temba Bavuma has been withdrawn from the remainder of the Momentum One-Day International series against Australia as a precaution while the player continues his conditioning and rehabilitation following a right hamstring strain.
Standard Bank Proteas paceman, Kagiso Rabada has sustained a groin strain and will take no further part in the Australia tour to South Africa and has been further ruled out of the team’s subsequent tour to India .
It has been a year since South Africa won a series in any format. Despite showing some goods signs over the last couple of months, It has been a year since South Africa won a series in any format. Despite showing some goods signs over the last couple of months, this is a sorry state and captain de Kock..
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is pleased to announce the Standard Bank Proteas squad that will take on Australia in a three-match Momentum ODI series taking place in Paarl, Bloemfontein and Potchefstroom from 29 February to 06 March 2020.
South Africa have lost 16 of their 24 completed matches across formats since the beginning of the ODI World Cup. The first-ever series win for captain de Kock will mark the baton of South African cricket truly switching hands.
Faf du Plessis, Kagiso Rabada and Anrich Nortje have been added to the Standard Bank Proteas’ 16-man squad that will take on Australia in the three-match KFC T20 International series from 21-26 February in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town respectively.