Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has demanded a wicket more suited to his pace attack in the second Test against Bangladesh.
Morne Morkel will play no further part in Test series against Bangladesh, but he bowled superbly in the time he had, writes GARY LEMKE.
The Proteas were in firm control of the first Test, 230 runs ahead, when bad light stopped play in Potchefstroom.
Four wickets in a session swung the first Test in favour of the Proteas after a resolute fight by Bangladesh in Potchefstroom.
Morne Morkel is ecstatic with his return to the Proteas setup and has given some insight about his journey to recovery.
With Morne Morkel returning to the Proteas Test side against New Zealand on Wednesday, we uncover his top five performances.
Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander are fit and ready for the Test series against New Zealand starting on 8 March in Dunedin.
Morne Morkel’s back injury almost ended his career, but he is now fit and ready to play for the Titans on Friday.
Heavy rain and Hobart’s history might see spinner Keshav Maharaj sacrificed for an all-out pace attack.
Kevin Pietersen believes Kyle Abbott should get the nod over Morne Morkel for the second Test in Hobart.
Dale Steyn, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada, Kyle Abbott and Morne Morkel take two wickets each as they familiarise themselves with the pink ball in hand. Continue reading
The Proteas are considering returning to the old days and fielding an all-pace attack in perhaps two of the three Tests in Australia.
Morne Morkel will make his return to competitive cricket when the Titans face the Warriors in Port Elizabeth starting Tuesday.
Stand-in Proteas captain Faf du Plessis says the team have rekindled their passion after the disappointment of the World Cup.
Faf du Plessis fought a valiant battle with little support as his Patriots team went down by 35 runs to the St Lucia Zouks…