AUSTRALIA TOUR OF SOUTH AFRICA, 2020 by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on ShareTweet Quinton de Kock will be key to South Africa’s fortunes during the ODI series © AFP Ever since the completion of the 2019 World Cup, South Africa have featured in just two completed ODIs. But over the next 2-3 weeks, 50-over cricket is certainly the priority for a unit that’s looked beleaguered for a while now. South Africa are all set to play six games in the format in this period and right now, it can probably come as a welcome relief for a team that looks rattled after their latest setbacks – two hammerings in the T20I series at home against Australia. In the two ODIs against England earlier this month, South Africa competed against the ODI champions, winning one of the matches and will look to take a cue from the performance in Cape Town. South Africa’s biggest concern would be in the batting department. They were shot out in just 14.3 overs in the first game and 15.3 in the series decider in the T20Is. And in the ODIs, a batting unit sans Faf du Plessis and Rassie van der Dussen will be out… Read full this story
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