Champions Trophy 2013 May 1, 2013

Kallis and Duminy to be included for Champions Trophy

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Jacques Kallis will make a return to South Africa's one-day squad for the Champions Trophy, which is due be announced in Cape Town on Thursday. The final 15 will also see a return to action for JP Duminy, who has not played competitively since last September.

Duminy has spent the last six months recovering from a ruptured Achilles' tendon which he sustained on the first day of the first Test against Australia in Brisbane last November. He was named in the XI but was injured before he could take any part in the fixture.

As of last Wednesday, he was sprinting at 80%, batting unrestricted and was due to start bowling at full capacity this week. "We are exercising extreme caution because of the sensitive nature of the injury but we remain cautiously optimistic of his speedy return to action," Mohammed Moosajee, South Africa's team manager who is also a medical doctor, said.

South Africa's other injury concern, Faf du Plessis, has also made a full recovery in time for the tournament. Du Plessis missed the last two matches of South Africa's March ODI series against Pakistan with lower-back trouble. The niggle meant he was unable to bowl throughout the series and it eventually became too painful for him to bat as well.

He underwent a six-week rehabilitation program and left for the IPL last week, where he has joined up with the Chennai Super Kings. Although du Plessis has not played a game yet, he is available to make his return imminently.

As much as both his and Duminy's returns have been eagerly anticipated, it's the inclusion of Kallis that will lift South Africa's hopes as they aim to claim major tournament silverware for the first time since 1998 when they won this tournament in Dhaka.

Kallis no longer takes part in bilateral one-day series, as part of the management plan to ensure he is fit for as many Tests as possible. He has, however, made no secret of his desire to compete in the next World Cup. He is not completely out of short-format practice as he has been playing in the IPL.

Gary Kirsten previously stated South Africa will reserve the right to turn to Kallis for what they deem important enough situations and this is one of them. Although Colin Ingram has settled into the No.3 role and Ryan McLaren has been in the allrounders' spot, Kallis' value will be welcomed. Both Ingram and McLaren are likely to be retained but Chris Morris, the other allrounder in contention, who has given a good account of himself at the IPL, is likely to miss out.

Others for whom there will be no space are promising wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock as South Africa have reinstalled AB de Villiers as their wicketkeeper in the 50-over format, Titans opening batsman Henry Davids, because Graeme Smith will still be used and middle-order batsman Dean Elgar.

The bowling attack should have a familiar look and will be spearheaded by Dale Steyn. Morne Morkel, Lonwabo Tsotsobe and Rory Kleinveldt will make up the rest of the pack with Robin Peterson the lone specialist spinner. Aaron Phangiso, Imran Tahir and Roelof van der Merwe, were all named in the preliminary squad but will have to wait for a turn in more helpful conditions.

South Africa's 30-man preliminary squad: AB de Villiers, Kyle Abbott, Hashim Amla, Farhaan Behardien, Henry Davids, Quinton de Kock, Marchant de Lange, JP Duminy, Faf du Plessis, Dean Elgar, Imran Tahir, Colin Ingram, Jacques Kallis, Rory Kleinveldt, Ryan McLaren, David Miller, Morne Morkel, Chris Morris, Justin Ontong, Robin Peterson, Wayne Parnell, Aaron Phangiso, Vernon Philander, Rilee Rossouw, Graeme Smith, Dale Steyn, Rusty Theron, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Roelof van der Merwe, Vaughn van Jaarsveld

South Africa squad (probable): AB de Villiers, Hashim Amla, Farhaan Behardien, JP Duminy, Faf du Plessis, Colin Ingram, Jacques Kallis, Ryan McLaren, Rory Kleinveldt, David Miller, Morne Morkel, Robin Peterson, Graeme Smith, Dale Steyn, Lonwabo Tsotsobe

Firdose Moonda is ESPNcricinfo's South Africa correspondent

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  • vrn59 on May 1, 2013, 17:37 GMT

    South Africa's main advantage over most other team in the CT is that they have a settled nucleus of players around which they have built a solid, rounded unit. With Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis at the top of the order, and AB de Villiers (C & wk) and JP Duminy as finishers, they have a superb batting lineup. Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel form the tournament's most potent new-ball pair. Lonwabo Tsotsobe is a sharp third seamer in English conditions, and along with Kallis, completed a powerful four-man pace attack. Robin Peterson is steady and accurate and will play the role of lone spinner (+part-timers). The remaining two slots in the starting XI will likely go to seam-bowling allrounder Ryan McLaren (No. 7 spot) and an extra batsman to bolster the middle order, such as Francois du Plessis (probable), Colin Ingram, David Miller or Farhaan Behardien, with the latter three remaining squad members. Rory Kleinveldt could take the role of reserve fast bowler. Great team!

  • on May 1, 2013, 6:49 GMT

    On paper, I think South Africa have a brilliant team, probably the best, if not one of the best in the tournament. I think the inclusion of Faf and especially Kallis has strengthened it even more. Their pace attack is second to none and with the likes of AB, Amla and Kallis their batting is also on an amazing level. It's not up for debate in my mind that South Africa going into the tournament is in the top 3 favourites for me. I find them to be a complete side. They do not have a single liability in the fielding department, batting and bowling is strong, got a brilliant blend of all rounder's and a good leader as well. For me, this is definitely their time to make the most of it

  • on May 2, 2013, 5:50 GMT

    I think the playing 11 should be 1. Smith .2. Amla 3. Kallis 4 . Devillers 5 Duminy 6. Faf duplesis 7 David Miller 8 Robin Peterson 9 Dale Steyn 10 Morne MOrkel 11 Tsotsobe/ Morris

  • pull_shot on May 2, 2013, 5:48 GMT

    i think captaincy should to faf instead of abd

  • on May 2, 2013, 5:06 GMT

    Not Behardien AND Ingram, should be one or the other. Granted one bats at the top and another lower down, but they are too much alike to both be warming the bench. I think that a big-hitter should replace one of them. Miller is one, but the other should be QdeK at 7. That gives you 4 frontline bowlers, and then 3 part-timers in Faf, JP and Kallis.

    If a 2nd spinner were needed (which clearly is not the case), Roelof would be my pick because he plays regularly in England during the off-season and knows the conditions well (and he can bat a bit).

    My XI would be: Smith, Amla, Kallis, AB, Duminy, Faf, QdeK(wk), Peterson, Kleinveldt, Morkel, Steyn. Squad members would be: Ingram, Miller, Tsotsobe, Morris

  • hotcric01 on May 2, 2013, 4:25 GMT

    indian squrd:playing xi:-MS Dhoni(capt),virat kohli,suresh raina,yuvraj singh/rohit sharma,shiker dhawan,gautam gambhir,R.jadeja,irfan pathan,ishant sharma,bhuv kumar,ravi ashwin. other members:dinesh kartik,praveen kumar/p.awana,vinay kumar

  • gibbs.175 on May 2, 2013, 4:22 GMT

    MR HUDSON ...i want to see Q.D KOCK as awicket keeper because AB can feild well to stop some runs in 30 yd ring and can easily talk to his team members...Do n't waste the talent....SA already lost D.JACOBS....

  • on May 2, 2013, 2:25 GMT

    What happened to Alviro Pietersen?

  • sanjai_zequin on May 2, 2013, 1:57 GMT

    Smith is not in gud touch with his bat in odis.. Bt he s a clas act in field.. he has th most experience playing under pressure... he handled different pressure situations.. so including player like him is a great boost fo th team and also itz a help fo AB in captaing side.. AB can rely on smith... And also his low strike rate wont affect the team since they have AB,AMLA,FAF,DUMINY,MILLER who can score more than run a ball... So smith brings stability to th team

  • Shongololo on May 2, 2013, 0:15 GMT

    I'd hardly describe Colin Ingram as having "settled into the number 3 slot" as, apart from the occasional surprise performance, he has done little - and usually at an unacceptably slow run rate. Kallis is a far, far better option, ditto Duminy and a good few more.

  • vrn59 on May 1, 2013, 17:37 GMT

    South Africa's main advantage over most other team in the CT is that they have a settled nucleus of players around which they have built a solid, rounded unit. With Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis at the top of the order, and AB de Villiers (C & wk) and JP Duminy as finishers, they have a superb batting lineup. Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel form the tournament's most potent new-ball pair. Lonwabo Tsotsobe is a sharp third seamer in English conditions, and along with Kallis, completed a powerful four-man pace attack. Robin Peterson is steady and accurate and will play the role of lone spinner (+part-timers). The remaining two slots in the starting XI will likely go to seam-bowling allrounder Ryan McLaren (No. 7 spot) and an extra batsman to bolster the middle order, such as Francois du Plessis (probable), Colin Ingram, David Miller or Farhaan Behardien, with the latter three remaining squad members. Rory Kleinveldt could take the role of reserve fast bowler. Great team!

  • on May 1, 2013, 6:49 GMT

    On paper, I think South Africa have a brilliant team, probably the best, if not one of the best in the tournament. I think the inclusion of Faf and especially Kallis has strengthened it even more. Their pace attack is second to none and with the likes of AB, Amla and Kallis their batting is also on an amazing level. It's not up for debate in my mind that South Africa going into the tournament is in the top 3 favourites for me. I find them to be a complete side. They do not have a single liability in the fielding department, batting and bowling is strong, got a brilliant blend of all rounder's and a good leader as well. For me, this is definitely their time to make the most of it

  • on May 2, 2013, 5:50 GMT

    I think the playing 11 should be 1. Smith .2. Amla 3. Kallis 4 . Devillers 5 Duminy 6. Faf duplesis 7 David Miller 8 Robin Peterson 9 Dale Steyn 10 Morne MOrkel 11 Tsotsobe/ Morris

  • pull_shot on May 2, 2013, 5:48 GMT

    i think captaincy should to faf instead of abd

  • on May 2, 2013, 5:06 GMT

    Not Behardien AND Ingram, should be one or the other. Granted one bats at the top and another lower down, but they are too much alike to both be warming the bench. I think that a big-hitter should replace one of them. Miller is one, but the other should be QdeK at 7. That gives you 4 frontline bowlers, and then 3 part-timers in Faf, JP and Kallis.

    If a 2nd spinner were needed (which clearly is not the case), Roelof would be my pick because he plays regularly in England during the off-season and knows the conditions well (and he can bat a bit).

    My XI would be: Smith, Amla, Kallis, AB, Duminy, Faf, QdeK(wk), Peterson, Kleinveldt, Morkel, Steyn. Squad members would be: Ingram, Miller, Tsotsobe, Morris

  • hotcric01 on May 2, 2013, 4:25 GMT

    indian squrd:playing xi:-MS Dhoni(capt),virat kohli,suresh raina,yuvraj singh/rohit sharma,shiker dhawan,gautam gambhir,R.jadeja,irfan pathan,ishant sharma,bhuv kumar,ravi ashwin. other members:dinesh kartik,praveen kumar/p.awana,vinay kumar

  • gibbs.175 on May 2, 2013, 4:22 GMT

    MR HUDSON ...i want to see Q.D KOCK as awicket keeper because AB can feild well to stop some runs in 30 yd ring and can easily talk to his team members...Do n't waste the talent....SA already lost D.JACOBS....

  • on May 2, 2013, 2:25 GMT

    What happened to Alviro Pietersen?

  • sanjai_zequin on May 2, 2013, 1:57 GMT

    Smith is not in gud touch with his bat in odis.. Bt he s a clas act in field.. he has th most experience playing under pressure... he handled different pressure situations.. so including player like him is a great boost fo th team and also itz a help fo AB in captaing side.. AB can rely on smith... And also his low strike rate wont affect the team since they have AB,AMLA,FAF,DUMINY,MILLER who can score more than run a ball... So smith brings stability to th team

  • Shongololo on May 2, 2013, 0:15 GMT

    I'd hardly describe Colin Ingram as having "settled into the number 3 slot" as, apart from the occasional surprise performance, he has done little - and usually at an unacceptably slow run rate. Kallis is a far, far better option, ditto Duminy and a good few more.

  • Wetzouwo on May 1, 2013, 20:36 GMT

    My Starting Eleven would be: Smith, Du Plessis, Amla, Kallis, De Villiers, de Kock, Duminy, R Peterson, Philander, Steyn, M Morkel.

    Last 4 can get their 10 overs in quite easily and it should be preety easy to find 10 overs from Duminy,Kallis and Du Plessis.

  • on May 1, 2013, 16:58 GMT

    Looks like a damn good side to me. Kallis's inclusion strengthens the team even more. They have a solid batting line-up and their bowling attack is also very good. They are one of the favorites to win the trophy. I think Philander should be in the squad, if not in the playing XI.

  • THE_MIZ on May 1, 2013, 16:23 GMT

    @sanjai007, mmm...I think I agree with you. Perhaps De Kock for Smith. If one observes Amla, he's at his best when his partner is batting quickly. Smith has gone from being dominant upfront to becoming a scratchy grafter. De Kock will give SA that impetus. Currently, If Amla gets out first we'll have a combination of Smith and Kallis playing anchor. Not good especially in a chase. I also feel that in this regard Henry Davids should be counted as unlucky. An experienced (atleast domestically) player that is aggresive yet calm-headed. Exactly what SA need

  • mvkk on May 1, 2013, 16:21 GMT

    With their experience and the team they have they have got a very good chance, I believe South Africa should have pulled in Chris Morris, they should groom him as the next alrounder and getting a feel of the big tournaments would help him for the next set which is going to be the world cup and they need people who have the experience.

  • sanjai_zequin on May 1, 2013, 15:43 GMT

    South africa hav the potential to win the cup... and every time they pick the best 15 but the problem is that their combination in playing XI doesnt work .. they had a long tail... so this lineup wil work for them to bring the cup... Smith, Amla, Kallis, AB, Duminy, Faf, Miller, Peterson, Morris, Steyn, Morkel. Sub: De Kock, Ingram, Parnell, Klienveldt/Tsotsobe.

    So the playing XI would b capable of batting till no 9 and also ther will be 4 fast bowlers and 3 spiners.. wot more needed... In my opinion both the best batsman and bowler is in their side.. ie.. AB and Steyn... wish u gud luck boyz... go on break the wallz...

  • Bhaijaan_11 on May 1, 2013, 15:17 GMT

    My champions trophy squad for India would be like this

    M.Dhoni (Capt),V.Kohli (VC), shikhar dhawan, rohit sharma, suresh raina bhuvaneshwar, Dinesh Karthik (Wk), SIR jadeja/pathan, Mishra, Ashwin umesh yadav, Ishant sharma, Gautam gambhir, Yuvraj,Dinda/Balaji

    this will be perfect team to champions trophy

  • on May 1, 2013, 14:53 GMT

    I think amla should bat at no.3 because as I have seen at past 2 years smith and amla had not one single century patnership while opening and smith had rarely got runs when amla is batting with him,but when it comes to younger guys like de-cock,du-plessis he had done great remember his last 2 centuries came when he opened with plessis and de-cock.When amla is with him he thinks he is free to hit so he lacks responsibility to bat long so amla must bat at 3 cause smith had not done throughout his carrer and by the way amla scores everywhere...............

  • djdrastic on May 1, 2013, 14:51 GMT

    Smith just doesn't belong in that ODI squad . Why we're not opening with De Kock and get AB into the covers to save some extra runs or create some run out opportunities is beyond me.Morris should count himself very unlucky , as he's shown in the domestic scene he is just pure class.

    I'm still a bit unsure about Ingram , as he seems incredibly inconsistent.Ingram also gets tied down quite easily as Pakistan showed on the slower wickets during the ODI series.

  • on May 1, 2013, 14:11 GMT

    My Starting XI would be Smith, Amla, Ingram, De-Villiers, Faf, Duminy, Miller, Mclaren, Peterson, (Steyn/Morkel on rotational basis),(Tsotsobe/Abott on rotational basis)

  • Robster1 on May 1, 2013, 13:28 GMT

    In English conditions Abbott would be a better pick than Kleinveldt - Morris too I think.

  • on May 1, 2013, 12:59 GMT

    Well right now, after seeing this preliminary side i just want to say give me all 30! They all are good!! But keep one eyes on them: Hashim, AB, JP, Kallis, Rory and Steyn. One last thing to say, my prediction is Kallis will show some magic this time because he was out of odi for long and he kept filling magics in stock to use in right time.

  • neo-galactico on May 1, 2013, 10:40 GMT

    Top 6 for Champs League: Faf, Amla, Kallis, AB, JP and Miller. All-rounder: McLaren/Morris. Bowlers: Peterson, Steyn, Morne and Lopsy. Smith hasn't been as good in ODIs as years ago I'd like the selectors to drop him. De Kock and Ingram in reserve. SA do have a chance to win this, but then again they always do.

  • Rhynomeister on May 1, 2013, 10:03 GMT

    I agree that Graeme Smith is probably past his one day "sell by" date, but sometimes experience counts for more in these big tournaments, and he may well step up to the plate in the crunch. After all he is certainly our strength in a difficult Test last innings run chase (vs England & Australia come to mind).

    My one real bugbear is that we have not selected Vernon Philander at all in the one dayers since Jan 2012 and it astounds me that he has only played 8 ODI's. Can anyone explain this to me? In my book Vernon is a far better bowler than Rory Kleinveldt and with the very real concern that we are yet to find someone to bowl successfully at the death, then Vernon with his accuracy may well be the man to be coached to fill this role.

    Any thoughts or explanations from those of you cricket experts out there? Would be greatly appreciated and what are your thoughts Firdose Moonda? Bit of a mystery to me.

  • Ayaz42056 on May 1, 2013, 10:00 GMT

    RSA has a great side....smith should be given a chance as he performs well in england..the starting XI should be

    Smith,Amla,Kallis,ABD(c),Faf,JPD,David Miller,Robin peterson,Steyn,Morkel,Tsotsobe....duminy and kaliis should be used as fifth bowler and this makes them a strong batting unit too

  • Fareen on May 1, 2013, 9:52 GMT

    The champions trophy is in England and you wouldn't pick Philander?!? That would be strange, I really think he should be there in place of Kleinveldt. Also, I would have loved to see Rilee Rossouw or even van Jaarsveld in place of Colin Ingram. Lastly, Mclaren averages less than 12 with the bat and is often very expensive with the ball, Morris should have been given a chance to impress.

  • Dale_Pain on May 1, 2013, 9:45 GMT

    I have no issue with Smith in the team, as he is a great player and can galvanize the team. He is stubborn enough to bludgeon himself into form, and is playing in the UK at the moment, adjusting to conditions. Between Amla, de Villiers, Duminy and du Plessis, I believe there is enough explosive power to counterbalance Smith and Kallis.

  • TommytuckerSaffa on May 1, 2013, 9:37 GMT

    rubbish squad. Why isnt Davids in there in place of Smith, Smith bats too slowly and is just not ODI material. Where is quinton de kock and why is AB still keeping !!! Why is Morris not selected in place of Klienveld.... aarrghhh!!! This isnt our best squad !

  • CrICkeeet on May 1, 2013, 8:33 GMT

    I'd lyk 2 see Abott in d squad

  • BellCurve on May 1, 2013, 8:09 GMT

    For once I do not envy the selectors. I believe it would be a mistake to have Smith, Amla, Kallis and Ingram as the Top4. De Villiers has to be No4. There also should be a SR100+ guy up front. If he fires, the match is won. The following line-up works: 1 De Kock 2 Amla 3 Kallis 4 De Villiers 5 Du Plessis 6 Miller 7 Ingram (to be premoted up the order if needed) 8 McClaren 9 Petersen 10 Steyn 11 Morkel

  • on May 1, 2013, 8:00 GMT

    i agree with Marius Levitt's playing 11 ....

  • on May 1, 2013, 7:45 GMT

    My XI: Smith, Amla, Kallis, Ingram, de Villiers, du Plessis, Mclaren, Peterson, Steyn, Morkel, Tsotsobe.

    Reserve 4: Morris, de Kock, Duminy, Philander

    I think philander would be a great ODI bowler, especially with 2 new balls could probably bowl 10 straight up

  • highveldhillbilly on May 1, 2013, 6:23 GMT

    @BRUTALANALYST - are you crazy? I would back JP far more in pressure situations than Ingram or Miller. In particular Ingram has shown so much promise but so seldom delivers. He is the classic choker!

  • 2nd_Slip on May 1, 2013, 6:02 GMT

    Henry Davids for Graeme Smith and Morris for Rory Kleinveldt and that would be a better team

  • BRUTALANALYST on May 1, 2013, 5:23 GMT

    I think Duminy will struggle to replace both Ingram or Miller in current form. @WaynePerry Tsotsobe is in the side because he offers the vital left arm option, with Kallis in as all-rounder alongside Steyn and Morkel there is no real need for Morris.

  • Meety on May 1, 2013, 5:11 GMT

    "Kallis no longer takes part in bilateral one-day series, as part of the management plan to ensure he is fit for as many Tests as possible" - other countries could learn from that!

  • on May 1, 2013, 4:37 GMT

    Look its high time Cricket South africa realise that Grame smith has been a big failure lately in odi matches..come on! how many matches has he played and look at his avg in the last 20 odis. According to me, if RSA wants to have one hand on the trophy before the start of the tournament, its best to remove smith at the top, who puts the entire batting order under pressure because of his lack of ability to score quickly initially. He is a fantastic player in tests, but he is not for this kind of format.

    for me the team should look like this. 1) Colin ingram (great potential given enough opportunities) 2) Hashim Amla(master) 3)J kallis 4) AB de villiers 5) J p Duminy 6) Flaff du plessis 7) Ryan mclaren 8) Robin petersen 9) Chris morris ( terrific all rounder) 10) Mornie Morkel 11) Dale steyn

    i do not want to include tsotsobe, he has become too predictable and he is getting hammered in every game...see his last 20 odi performances again!

  • Fast_Track_Bully on May 1, 2013, 4:28 GMT

    It is very sad that with all these talents, they are not able to win any ICC trophy. They are predictable in knockout stage.

  • Narbavi on May 1, 2013, 4:06 GMT

    Jack Kallis in champions trophy, wow one more reason to follow south africa's matches!!

  • on May 1, 2013, 3:46 GMT

    Chris Morris should be picked over Tsotsobe, he brings a better all-round package as a cricketer.

  • on May 1, 2013, 3:46 GMT

    Chris Morris should be picked over Tsotsobe, he brings a better all-round package as a cricketer.

  • Narbavi on May 1, 2013, 4:06 GMT

    Jack Kallis in champions trophy, wow one more reason to follow south africa's matches!!

  • Fast_Track_Bully on May 1, 2013, 4:28 GMT

    It is very sad that with all these talents, they are not able to win any ICC trophy. They are predictable in knockout stage.

  • on May 1, 2013, 4:37 GMT

    Look its high time Cricket South africa realise that Grame smith has been a big failure lately in odi matches..come on! how many matches has he played and look at his avg in the last 20 odis. According to me, if RSA wants to have one hand on the trophy before the start of the tournament, its best to remove smith at the top, who puts the entire batting order under pressure because of his lack of ability to score quickly initially. He is a fantastic player in tests, but he is not for this kind of format.

    for me the team should look like this. 1) Colin ingram (great potential given enough opportunities) 2) Hashim Amla(master) 3)J kallis 4) AB de villiers 5) J p Duminy 6) Flaff du plessis 7) Ryan mclaren 8) Robin petersen 9) Chris morris ( terrific all rounder) 10) Mornie Morkel 11) Dale steyn

    i do not want to include tsotsobe, he has become too predictable and he is getting hammered in every game...see his last 20 odi performances again!

  • Meety on May 1, 2013, 5:11 GMT

    "Kallis no longer takes part in bilateral one-day series, as part of the management plan to ensure he is fit for as many Tests as possible" - other countries could learn from that!

  • BRUTALANALYST on May 1, 2013, 5:23 GMT

    I think Duminy will struggle to replace both Ingram or Miller in current form. @WaynePerry Tsotsobe is in the side because he offers the vital left arm option, with Kallis in as all-rounder alongside Steyn and Morkel there is no real need for Morris.

  • 2nd_Slip on May 1, 2013, 6:02 GMT

    Henry Davids for Graeme Smith and Morris for Rory Kleinveldt and that would be a better team

  • highveldhillbilly on May 1, 2013, 6:23 GMT

    @BRUTALANALYST - are you crazy? I would back JP far more in pressure situations than Ingram or Miller. In particular Ingram has shown so much promise but so seldom delivers. He is the classic choker!

  • on May 1, 2013, 7:45 GMT

    My XI: Smith, Amla, Kallis, Ingram, de Villiers, du Plessis, Mclaren, Peterson, Steyn, Morkel, Tsotsobe.

    Reserve 4: Morris, de Kock, Duminy, Philander

    I think philander would be a great ODI bowler, especially with 2 new balls could probably bowl 10 straight up

  • on May 1, 2013, 8:00 GMT

    i agree with Marius Levitt's playing 11 ....