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South Africa have introduced 4 adjustments within the XI for the second Check match in opposition to West Indies, The Proteas have added spinners Keshav Maharaj and Simon Harmer for the second Check of the two-match sequence, which will probably be performed on the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg from March 8.
The spin duo has are available as a substitute for Senuran Muthusamy and Marco Jansen. Notably, Muthusamy was performed as the one spinner within the first Check in Centurion. He bowled eight overs and failed to say a wicket. In the meantime, pacer Anrich Nortje will miss the ultimate Check of the sequence as he has been suggested relaxation following a groin harm he sustained within the first sport.
Ryan Rickelton and Wiaan Mulder are the 2 different gamers who’re coming into the XI with Keegan Petersen, who made 14 and seven within the Centurion Check, lacking out. Heinrich Klaasen, who stored wickets within the first Check, has retained his place. He would seemingly proceed because the wicketkeeper in Johannesburg.
South Africa lead the sequence 1-0
South Africa registered an 87-run win within the first sport in opposition to West Indies in Centurion. Temba Bavuma received the toss and opted to bat first. Aiden Markram scored a superb century (115 off 174) and Dean Elgar’s 71 helped the Proteas to publish a mammoth 342 runs. The guests have been bundled out for 212 in response, with Raymon Reifer scoring a half-century.
Throughout the second innings, Bavuma and Co. might rating solely 116 runs to set the guests a goal of 247. Nevertheless, West Indies have been dismissed for simply 159 as Kagiso Rabada claimed six wickets for 50 and guided South Africa to a 1-0 lead.
South Africa XI for second Check: Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Tony de Zorzi, Temba Bavuma (c), Ryan Rickelton, Heinrich Klaasen, Wiaan Mulder, Keshav Maharaj, Simon Harmer, Kagiso Rabada, Gerald Coetzee
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