David Wiese should be given a fair chance to establish himself at No 7 in South Africa’s strongest ODI team.
Picking Morne van Wyk ahead of Quinton de Kock for the incoming tour of New Zealand doesn’t make sense to me.
The emergence of fast bowler Kagiso Rabada was the only real positive out of South Africa’s tour to Bangladesh.
Test match cricket is being played at a furious pace – a pace that leaves the Test-format doubters needing to rethink their philosophy.
On his Twitter bio, Dale Steyn simply calls himself ‘Terrible guitar player’. Three better words to describe him are: ‘Fast bowling legend’.
The most worrying aspect of South Africa’s performance in the first Test against Bangladesh was the performances of the senior players.
What on earth did Dean Elgar and Faf du Plessis have for lunch in Chittagong? Sleeping tablets?
South Africa must play their best possible XI in the first Test match against Bangladesh.
Is there an alternative to Quinton de Kock, or should fans be resigned to the fact that he will be South Africa’s wicketkeeper for the next 10 years whether he scores runs or not?
In these troubled times of cricket, when the ‘Big Three’ are determined to hoover up the lucre and let the rest scrap for the overflow, there comes a need to support each other.
South Africa’s batting order needs to play more attacking cricket if they want to win the third ODI against Bangladesh.
In his first 19 T20I career innings Faf du Plessis hit four fifties. In his last four innings he’s hit three – including a century – and his last two have yielded 198 runs.
There is no guarantee that the new law changes to ODI cricket will make a big difference in restoring the balance between bat and ball.
South Africa have no reason to be complacent when they tour Bangladesh next month.
Kagiso Rabada is the cover feature in the latest SACricket magazine, on the shelves now. Jonhenry Wilson looks at him.