Welcome back!England's long, long tour of South Africa is coming to an end, and what could have been more fitting that a decider at Centurion after two back-to-back nail biting thrillers in the three-match T20I series. Dale Steyn missed out on the last game, more due to rotation policy than any injury concerns, and should be back tonight for what can be termed a finale. … [Read more...] about Live Cricket Score – South Africa vs England, 3rd T20I, Centurion
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Topics mentioned in this article England Cricket Team South Africa Cricket Team Eoin Morgan Cricket Get the latest New Zealand vs India 2020 news, check out the New Zealand vs India 2020 schedule, Cricket live score . Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for more New Zealand vs India 2020 updates. You can also download the NDTV Cricket app for Android or iOS. … [Read more...] about South Africa vs England: Eoin Morgan Guides England To T20I Series Win Over South Africa
Doull believes, "I think they will be relatively flat, there might be little bit of grass early on but I don't they are not going to break up and turn - New Zealand surfaces never do - but they will leave a little bit of grass on it to give it some pace and some bounce. Otherwise it becomes a dead Test match and I think with India having better spinners on hand if they chose to play one or two, I think that could go against NZ. So, I would imagine they would be relatively green at the start but play fairly true after that." … [Read more...] about India in New Zealand Tests: To bat first or field?
"There's a gambling element as well, a bit of risk/reward. We've seen that throughout the series, trying to get Quinton and Temba [Bavuma] out. It's not easy at all, but continuing to bowl Moeen while Temba's taking it easy at one end and Quinny's taking him on, the odds are in our favour whether he gets hit or not. My gambling does come into it a little bit." … [Read more...] about Jos Buttler will continue in opening role ahead of T20 World Cup, confirms Eoin Morgan
While Lungi Ngidi, who defended seven runs off the last over in East London, is unlikely to have been the focus of Boucher's comments, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius, Beuran Hendricks and even Dale Steyn will want to take notes so they know what's expected of them as South Africa head into their next assignment. Rabada and Sisanda Magala, who has spent the series working on his fitness, are the other options South Africa will consider. … [Read more...] about If AB de Villiers is ready and willing, he will be at the T20 World Cup – Mark Boucher