Ottis Gibson fronted up to the media for a stern cross-examination of his side’s performances in the World Cup, while also dodging bombs concerning AB de Villiers, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Southampton.
The bombshell of AB de Villiers couldn’t come at a worse time for Cricket South Africa … but it’s a mess of their own making, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
The David Miller dropped catch off Kagiso Rabada just at the time the Proteas were fighting their way into the contest was a painful moment. As one of the Saffa fans in the crowd can attest to.
Craig Lewis and Wade Pretorius sit down to discuss the Proteas’ bumbling start to the World Cup and what lies ahead.
Proteas coach Ottis Gibson is prepared for what England’s powerful batting lineup has to offer in Thursday’s World Cup opener at the Oval even if he can’t call on Dale Steyn, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
Born in South Africa and a star batsman in England, Kevin Pietersen has explained his decision to back only one side at the World Cup 2019.
South Africa face England in Thursday’s World Cup 2019 opener with a few question marks around the makeup of the starting lineup. Our experts play selector and pick their XIs.
Former South Africa left-arm spinner Robin Peterson says the Proteas should consider playing two wrist-spinners in the opening match of the 2019 World Cup against England, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Cricket South Africa has announced a bumper programme of home international fixtures for the 2019-20 summer against England and Australia.
The time for talking is almost over, but the captains of Australia, England and India have been asked one last time for their thoughts on a potential 2019 Cricket World Cup winner.