The Proteas will face another test of mettle against a combative New Zealand side in Birmingham on Wednesday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Hashim Amla’s performance in the coming match against New Zealand may prove key to South Africa’s World Cup redemption, writes JON CARDINELLI
Take the win and leave town was the plan and South Africa did what was needed, picking up their first win of the World Cup, by nine wickets against Afghanistan in Cardiff, writes GARY LEMKE.
Follow the live coverage of the World Cup clash between the Proteas and Afghanistan at Sophia Gardens with the team at SA Cricket magazine.
Fans gather in Cardiff to support their teams, despite unfavourable weather conditions predicted, as the Proteas take on Afghanistan.
Lungi Ngidi is set to miss the Proteas’ crucial clash against Afghanistan on Saturday due to injury, while Beuran Hendricks may make his first appearance at the tournament.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis is drawing confidence from the green pitch and short straight boundaries at Sophia Gardens, and believes the ground may aid his beleaguered team, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Cardiff.
The Proteas will be desperately hoping that their World Cup dreams are not washed away on Saturday, with inclement conditions predicted for their must-win clash against Afghanistan.
South Africa have to beat Afghanistan well in Cardiff on Saturday in order to boost their net run rate and keep their slim playoff hopes alive, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The SA Cricket magazine team are predicting that the Proteas will get their World Cup back on track with a win over Afghanistan in Cardiff.
Afghanistan face the winless Proteas at the Cardiff Wales stadium. Our experts play selector and pick their XIs.
Proteas batting coach Dale Benkenstein is at a loss why South Africa’s top order have struggled at this year’s World Cup, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Southampton.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis hopes that Lungi Ngidi will be back for the Cardiff game against Afghanistan.
Faf du Plessis is positive that the Proteas can rack up more points after their wash-out clash against the West Indies.
The Proteas owe themselves and the nation a more traditionally combative performance at the back-end of the round-robin phase, writes JON CARDINELLI.