Faf du Plessis has revealed that two or three spinners will be a part of the Proteas’ thinking going into the final Test in Hamilton. Continue reading
Before we reach into the box of superlatives in praise of this Proteas team that bossed New Zealand in Wellington, we need to praise…
Quinton de Kock revealed that his battle with Jeetan Patel fueled his performance on day two of the second Test in Wellington on Friday.
Temba Bavuma and Quinton de Kock fought back to ensure that South Africa ended day two in Wellington with a commanding 81-run lead.
The Proteas trail by 50 runs at tea on day two, thanks to the positive batting of Quinton de Kock and Temba Bavuma.
South Africa trail by 164 runs with four first-innings wickets in hand at lunch on day two in Wellington.
The Proteas trail by 244 runs and have eight first-innings wickets in hand at the start of day two in Wellington.
Henry Nicholls and BJ Watling’s assured batting performances on an improving pitch should encourage the Proteas ahead of day two in Wellington.
There is an 80% forecast for rain on the fifth day, with a draw the most likely result between New Zealand and South Africa.
AB de Villiers’ performance in the Proteas’ 3-2 win over New Zealand has pushed him to the summit of the ODI rankings.
The Proteas survived a dramatic final session at the University of Otago Oval to finish day three with a five-run lead.
New Zealand enjoy a 33-run lead in Dunedin after finishing their first innings on 341.
Kane Williamson scored 111 not out to lift New Zealand to 247-5 at lunch on day three in Dunedin.
South Africa will be looking for an early breakthrough on day three of the first Test in Dunedin.
Proteas bowling coach, Charl Langeveldt, says that the Proteas have to contain Kane Williamson on day three. Continue reading