England captain Eoin Morgan’s 148 helped his side set up a 150-run win against Afghanistan at Old Trafford.
New Zealand’s opening bowler Trent Boult has hailed Kagiso Rabada as one of the world’s best ahead of tomorrow’s showdown between the Proteas and Black Caps in Birmingham, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
The Proteas’ World Cup hopes dangle by a thread with the threat of rain looming in the Birmingham sky ahead of Wednesday’s clash with New Zealand.
Lungi Ngidi has declared himself fit ahead of South Africa’s crucial World Cup match against unbeaten New Zealand in Birmingham on Wednesday.
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The SA Cricket magazine team are divided in their opinion about the result as the Proteas face another do-or-die World Cup fixture, this time against New Zealand in Birmingham.
Shakib Al Hasan’s all-round masterclass helped Bangladesh seal a seven-wicket win against the West Indies in Taunton.
All-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo is riding high as one of the Proteas’ most valuable assets, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
Rohit Sharma scored his second century of the tournament which helped India to an emphatic 89-run win over Pakistan in a rain-effected clash in Manchester.
A win at last and with that comes a more pleasant edition of the World Cup player ratings for the Proteas, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis said he feels ‘lighter’ now that his team finally have a victory in the Cricket World Cup after beating Afghanistan by 9 wickets in Cardiff, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
The Proteas kept their small World Cup playoff flame burning after they recorded their first win of the 2019 World Cup with a nine-wicket, Duckworth-Lewis, thrashing of Afghanistan in Cardiff, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Imran Tahir came out firing for South Africa after the second rain interruption and helped the Proteas to restrict Afghanistan to 125 in their World Cup group-stage match in Cardiff, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis decided to bowl first in their do-or-die World Cup clash with Afghanistan in Cardiff on Saturday.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis still harbours hope that his side can beat the odds and the weather at the 2019 World Cup.