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South Africa versus West Indies, CWC 2019 – Match 15

Rose Bowl, Southampton

June 10, 2019; 15:00 IST


The Rose Bowl in Southampton is a setting helpful for high scoring, however in the past World Cup game here, among India and South Africa, the wicket supported the bowlers a considerable amount. Notwithstanding, the surface is probably going to come back to its actual nature for this game and one can anticipate a run devour Monday.


Both the groups are coming into this game on the back of a misfortune and will, accordingly, be hoping to recover their crusade on track. West Indies began off their battle by beating Pakistan and almost vanquished the protecting heroes Australia in their past game.

South Africa, then again, got off to a lamentable begin as they lost their initial three matches. They will currently need to win all their outstanding recreations to make it to the following round. They will be without their pacer Dale Steyn, who has been supplanted by Beuran Hendricks while Lungi Ngidi is in a race against time to demonstrate his wellness. WI all-rounder Andre Russell is experiencing knee damage, in any case, he is relied upon to make the showing.

No holds barred

Played: 61

SA won: 44 (72%)

WI won: 15 (25%)

Tie/NR: 2 (3%)

Late structure (last game to first)

SA: L, L, L, W, W (Poor structure)

WI: L, W, L, L, W (Bad structure)

Last game's playing XI and anticipated changes

South Africa

Jean-Paul Duminy, Hashim Amla, David Miller, Imran Tahir, Faf du Plessis (c), Chris Morris, Quinton de Kock (wk), Rassie van der Dussen, Kagiso Rabada, Andile Phehlukwayo, Tabraiz Shamsi

Anticipated changes: Beuran Hendricks could come in for Tabraiz Shamsi

West Indies

Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, Ashley Nurse, Carlos Brathwaite, Jason Holder (c), Evin Lewis, Sheldon Cottrell, Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope (wk), Oshane Thomas

Anticipated changes: Unchanged

Note: You can return after the hurl for the refreshed group news

My Dream XI


On account of Dream11's standard change, a group can have more than one wicketkeeper and it is an easy decision to pick the wicketkeepers from both the groups, Quinton de Kock and Shai Hope, who are likewise their separate groups' best batsmen in the configuration.


South African captain Faf du Plessis looked great against India before Yuzvendra Chahal castled him with an outright jaffa. The right-hander has been in great structure in the World Cup and will hope to lead from the front and help his group register their first win of the WC. His colleague Rassie van der Dussen has been a predictable batsman in ODIs and has got begins in every one of the three amusements up until this point yet neglected to change over them into enormous scores.

West Indian batsmen Chris Gayle and Shimron Hetmyer will see themselves as unfortunate for the manner in which they got out in the game against Australia. Gayle is as his life while Hetmyer is a standout amongst the most energizing players to have developed out of West Indies recently.

Interchange decision: Hashim Amla


Because of the cash limitations, we are going with only one all-rounder. Chris Morris looked great with the bat in the game against India and can score some fast keeps running down the request. With the ball, he was incredible as he disturbed Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli at an opportune time before he was compensated with the wicket of MS Dhoni late in the game.

Exchange decisions: Andile Phehlukwayo, Jason Holder


South Africa are crippled by the damage to Dale Steyn and Lungi Ngidi. Without these two, their strike bowler Kagiso Rabada and lead spinner Imran Tahir should become the dominant focal point and help their group win their first game.

Oshane Thomas has been in fine structure in the World Cup as he has effectively taken six wickets in two amusements up until now and he will hope to inconvenience the SA top-request and add more wickets to his count. Joining Oshane in the XI will be the WI spinner Ashley Nurse, who could prove to be useful in the center overs.

Substitute decisions: Sheldon Cottrell

Skipper and Vice Captain: Quinton de Kock and Shai Hope

Player to watch out for: Quinton de Kock

One of the principle reasons why SA have battled in the World Cup is on the grounds that they have neglected to get off to great begins. With Amla battling for structure, the onus is on Quinton de Kock, who is in great structure, to get his group off to a flying begin and place them in a directing position.

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