Bangladesh ODI captain Mashrafe Mortaza says he has put his political aspirations aside for the moment as he concentrates on the upcoming ODI series against West Indies.
Faf du Plessis spoke to the media ahead of the one-off T20I against Australia that signals the end of the Proteas’ brief tour Down Under.
Former Proteas spinner PAT SYMCOX says David Miller’s career-defining innings in the third ODI against Australia underlines that he can prove a match-winner for South Africa.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis and fast bowler Kagiso Rabada have moved up in the latest ICC ODI player rankings following the Proteas’ 2-1 series win in Australia at the weekend.
The Proteas won a sensational series-clinching victory in Hobart by downing the Aussies to the tune of 40 runs, but both teams delighted the crowds with their six-hitting abilities during the series.
Australia’s renowned Test off-spinner Nathan Lyon has expressed his intentions of featuring in the upcoming ODI World Cup, even though he has only played the white-ball format 15 times since making his debut in 2012.
Pakistan were well set to claim a 2-1 series win over New Zealand in Dubai before rain forced the players from the field, with the match abandoned and the series drawn 1-1.
Kagiso Rabada has spoken about how the Proteas’ bowling attack was ruthless in the face of a brave Australian attempt to hunt down South Africa’s score of 320 in the third ODI in Hobart.
Player of the Match in the series-decider in Hobart, David Miller admitted that the Aussie batters had given the Proteas a bit of a scare with their brave run-chase.
The Proteas sealed their first ODI series win in a decade against the Aussies Down Under with a 40-run win in Hobart, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Faf du Plessis shows Joe Root how to do the ‘mic drop’ Mzansi style during his record-breaking partnership of 252 with David Miller against Australia in the third and final ODI of the series.
Faf du Plessis and David Miller’s incredible centuries punished Australia as the Proteas posted 320-5 in Hobart.
The year’s not yet done, but already Indian batters have struck 15 ODI centuries, with England hot on their heels on 13, while the Proteas have only cobbled together two, writes SIMON LEWIS.