The Proteas squeezed out a 13-run win against Northamptonshire on Sunday as they finished off their preparations for the ODI series against England.
The Proteas have dropped two places to fifth place on the latest T20 team rankings, following the ICC’s annual update.
We crunch the stats at he Wanderers ahead of the Proteas’ clash against Sri Lanka in the third ODI on Saturday.
Team cohesiveness is the secret weapon responsible for the Proteas’ immaculate run of form.
Sri Lanka are 37-3 following an eventful morning session on day two of the first Test at St George’s Park.
Quinton de Kock (104) scored his second Test century to help SA post 326 at the end of their innings on day three. Australia closed the day on 121-2, trailing by 120.
The Proteas aim for a third-consecutive series victory against Australia Down Under. Relive their last series win in 2012.
Temba Bavuma removed talisman David Warner with an exceptional run out as SA dominated proceedings on day four.
Australia is well on top despite a solid 84 from Quinton de Kock, as the hosts posted 105-0 to trail by 137 at stumps on day one.
The Proteas are keen to match the form which saw them remain undefeated away from home for nine years.
The star performers from the Proteas’ ODI series against Australia shed some light on the experience of smashing the Aussies 5-0.
Australia’s best players acknowledge the undeniable talent of Kagiso Rabada, as he looks to leave an impression in his first Test against Australia.
The Proteas eye a third-consecutive Test-series triumph Down Under, when they take on Australia in a three-match Test series starting November 3.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis believes form and confidence will count for everything Down Under.
Australia’s top players shed some light on Dale Steyn ahead of South Africa’s tour Down Under starting November 3.