We take a look at the Proteas’ player stats ahead of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
The Proteas dominated in the 2019 IPL season, with Imran Tahir topping the wicket charts, Kagiso Rabada finishing second and Quinton de Kock ending third on the run-scoring charts.
Proteas batsman Rassie van der Dussen chats about the Springbok jersey, his World Cup thoughts, and picks a sevens team made up of his Proteas teammates.
Faf du Plessis continued to impress in the IPL, setting the tone with a half-century that guided the Chennai Super Kings to their eighth IPL final in 10 years.
Faf du Plessis pulled off an amazing piece of fielding to save a six against the Delhi Capitals.
Imran Tahir took his wickets tally to 24 for the campaign, one behind Kagiso Rabada at the top of the 2019 IPL wicket-takers list.
Steve Smith kick-started his World Cup preparations with an average of 202 in his three matches against a New Zealand XI in Brisbane.
Proteas batsman Rassie van der Dussen says the Proteas will aim to emulate the fighting spirit shown in the famous ‘438’ game against Australia, at the World Cup.
Chris Morris will need to find consistency if he aims to help the Proteas lift the World Cup Trophy, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Proteas seamer Kagiso Rabada is in danger of missing the opening game of the World Cup due to a ‘significant’ back injury.
Cricket South Africa announced on Tuesday that Anrich Nortje has been ruled out of the World Cup and will be replaced by Proteas all-rounder Chris Morris.
The Proteas Women were demolished by eight wickets in the first ODI against Pakistan at Senwes Park on Monday.
Aiden Markram completed his stint in England with a half-century on Sunday for Hampshire before returning home to South Africa to prepare for the World Cup.
Quinton de Kock scored a helpful 30 as the Mumbai Indians chased down 133-7 to knock the Kolkata Knight Riders out of the IPL.
The Rajasthan Royals’ qualifier chase was crushed by the Delhi Capitals, who chased down 115-9 to win by five wickets.