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England won Toss and Choose To Bowling
De Kock, Reeza Hendrix, van der Dussen and Aiden Markram are padded, so they are resisting the temptation to use someone like David Miller as a floater up order. At least for now, but things may change. Morgan takes his men to the middle. England will start with off spin and that is Moeen Ali. The players kneel down and we are ready to go..
Moeen Ali: We talked about it, we are trying to focus on the game and play the best cricket that we can. Do the good we are doing and try and win. We are quite comfortable. The dew factor is big here and the wicket itself is a challenge. It’s a different kind of challenge for the other two wickets. We’ve had it (short boundaries aside) several times in England and if it means I’m not bowling much or not bowling at all, that’s fine because we have six bowlers all the time. The boundaries here aren’t that big anyway, so it doesn’t matter much but we’ll see what the captain has to offer us today. (On their match-up against QDK) They have caught me too, so I’m not too sure about that. I have bowled well many times but I know how dangerous he can be. He is a big wicket for us in their batting order, hopefully we can get him out early. Gives a little confidence (good record against South Africa of late), but they have been playing really well lately. They’ve got some really good players and they’re probably a much more organized team now than they were a few years ago.
We’ll have the correct reading after the first innings is over, let’s say South Africa is batting first, if they score 150, they need to beat England on net run-rate to 88 or less to overtake Australia Will happen. More about math later. And the chances are long on this – if England lose by more than 93 runs, they will be eliminated. that would be a shock
Temba Bavuma – We were looking to bowl too but now we have to start well with the bat and then try and defend that. We need to do well in the batting powerplay, lay the foundation and then plan ahead. We are playing the same team.
Eoin Morgan – We will bowl first. Looks like a good wicket, dew will play a role here, as they saw against Sri Lanka. It’s a different challenge to play here, we saw an incredible innings from Jos Buttler the other day. We have to give our best in every match. A forced change – Mark Wood is in his first game of the tournament, replacing Tymal Mills
Both Teams Reviews:-
South Africa (Playing XI): Quinton de Kock(w), Reeza Hendrix, Rassi van der Dussen, Temba Bavuma(c), Aiden Markram, David Miller, Dwayne Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Enrique Nortje, Tabrez Shamsi
England (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Jos Buttler(w), David Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan(c), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood
England Team Details:-
Injured Player’s: Tymal Mills was ruled out of the rest of the tournament earlier this week, meaning there will be at least one change in the England squad. Mark Wood, who was battling an ankle problem, came through a training session on Thursday and will have to do the same again on Friday to be considered for play. David Willey is the second option in the team.
England played a far more aggressive game against the Sri Lankan fast bowlers in their last match as the slow pace of the Sharjah surface made slow bowling more difficult. Sri Lankan spinners conceded just 34 runs in eight overs. England could have taken a similar stand against South Africa by sitting down against Tabrez Shamsi and Keshav Maharaj and trying to attack the likes of Kagiso Rabada and Enrique Nortje.
Probable XI: Jason Roy, Jos Buttler (wk), David Malan, Jonny Bairstow, Eoin Morgan (c), Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Chris Jordan, Mark Wood/David Willey, Adil Rashid
South Africa Team Details:-
Injured Player’s: Somehow Temba Bavuma’s toe, Tabrez Shamsi’s groin, David Miller’s calf and Quinton de Kock’s already bent knee are all catching up. Apparently the magic spray is truly magical. Everyone is fit and they are accounted for.
Tactics and Matchups: Quinton de Kock remains South Africa’s most dangerous batsman even though he has not scored more than 16 runs in his three innings in the tournament. South Africa will go through a batting revolution if he comes into form. Kagiso Rabada rediscovered his mojo against Bangladesh on Tuesday, and with Enrique Nortje claiming the best economy rate in the tournament for bowlers sending at least 15 overs, South Africa may have the most powerful pace duo in the business. Is.
Probable XI: Quinton de Kock (wk), Reeza Hendrix, Rassi van der Dussen, Aiden Markram, Temba Bavuma (c), David Miller, Dwayne Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Enrique Nortje, Tabrez Shamsi
Did you know?
No team has lost less than a dozen England wickets in the tournament. And no team has taken more wickets than the 39 claimed by England.
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