I see Johan Botha is doing well for South Australia again. He should be back in the South Africa set-up.
Morne Morkel would love to dig up the WACA pitch and carry it around Australia with him for the rest of the ODI series.
No matter what AB de Villiers and David Miller threatened to do, South Africa were never going to win the first ODI in Perth.
Dale Steyn was unfortunate not to be named ODI Player of the Year for 2014 ahead of AB de Villiers at the International Cricket Council awards.
South Africa’s three changes for the third and final T20I against Australia in Sydney were absolutely ludicrous.
Barely noticed in South Africa’s T20 big win over Australia in Adelaide was the number of left handed Proteas batsmen.
South Africa lost their one and only warm-up match prior to this week’s T20I series against Australia, but I don’t think it will have a major impact on the preparations.
The Proteas have become a far more effective side since Quinton de Kock relieved AB de Villiers of the wicketkeeping duties.
David Miller has failed to live up to his reputation as a game-changing finisher with any great consistency over the past four months.
The first time Sir Viv Richards batted as high as No3 in ODI cricket he came to the crease in only the second over.
JP Duminy will have a crucial bowling role to play in the lead up to the 2015 World Cup.
Andrew Hudson, Russell Domingo and AB de Villiers cannot claim to be on the same page about berths in the World Cup squad.
The South African attack needs to find form in Australasia over the next two months.
The ODI series in New Zealand represents both a challenge and an opportunity for what is a well-balanced Proteas team.
Inside the last three months, the ICC has suspended 10 spin bowlers for suspect actions. It’s a farcical situation.