World T20, 26th Match, Group 1: England v South Africa at Chittagong, Mar 29, 2014
World T20 - 26th match, Group 1
South Africa won by 3 runs
Played at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong (neutral venue)
29 March 2014 - night match (20-over match)

The national anthems of South Africa and Great Britain are being pumped out and we're almost ready. England are going to start with spin again, Moeen Ali to open up, de Kock and Amla out there for South Africa...

7.20pm Many observers here are concerned about South Africa's bowling attack. They've made a change but will have to perform well to keep Alex Hales quiet after his amazing hundred the other day. England perhaps favourites for this? What a turnaround that is! But both sides are fallible as they enter this all-important fixture which England cannot afford to lose.

Ashwin: "Isn't this match virtually a quater-final?" Assuming England beat Netherlands in their final match then yes it is.

7.10pm This game equally important to South Africa but they have struggled slightly so far. A loss to Sri Lanka followed a very close shave against New Zealand and almost an embarrassment against Netherlands. So what has happened? Russell Domingo, their coach, has blamed poor thinking.

7pm Lets get out to the toss, which has proved critical in these evening matches. Ab de Villiers is walking out for South Africa because Faf du Plessis is serving a ban, so not ideal preparation for them. Broad has the coin, up she goes de Villiers calls incorrectly and England will bowl first which they will be delighted at, they are definitely a strong team chasing in both forms of one-day cricket. England are unchanged. De Villiers says absolutely he would have liked to bowl first. One forced change for them with du Plessis out, in comes Farhaan Behardien. Wayne Parnell also plays instead of Lonwabo Tsotobe.

England 1 Michael Lumb, 2 Alex Hales, 3 Moeen Ali, 4 Eoin Morgan, 5 Jos Buttler, 6 Ravi Bopara, 7 Tim Bresnan, 8 Chris Jordan, 9 Stuart Broad (capt), 10 James Tredwell, 11 Jade Dernbach

South Africa 1 Quinton de Kock (wkt), 2 Hashim Amla, 3 AB de Villiers (capt), 4 JP Duminy, 5 Farhaan Behardien, 6 David Miller, 7 Albie Morkel, 8 Dale Steyn, 9 Beuran Hendricks, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Wayne Parnell

6.45pm Hello and welcome to a crucial match from Chittagong between England and South Adrica. A must-win game for England now New Zealand have beaten Netherlands. But they received a significant fillip from that extraordinary chase against Sri Lanka on Thursday and should take confidence into this match.


Ali to Amla, no run, around the wicket, flicked to short long leg, no chance of a single


Ali to Amla, 1 wide, wider and it spins down the leg side actually, gripped that


Ali to Amla, FOUR, touch short and a back foot drive through cover, too wide a line also, not a great nut at all


Ali to Amla, 1 run, back on line and Amla back and across works to deep midwicket


Ali to de Kock, no run, length on off stump, punched to cover


Ali to de Kock, no run, fuller and driven this time to cover where Jordan makes a diving save


Ali to de Kock, no run, straight line and tucked to square leg

Apart from the boundary that was a nice start for Moeen...

End of over 1 (6 runs) South Africa 6/0 (RR: 6.00)

    • Q de Kock 0 (3b)
    • HM Amla 5 (3b 1x4)
    • MM Ali 1-0-6-0

Jade Dernbach sharing the new ball duties...


Dernbach to Amla, no run, good length at the stumps, tucked to square leg shuffling back in the crease


Dernbach to Amla, SIX, touch short and flicked into the stands over square leg, that is fantastic, the bat speed to whip that over the leg side, great timing too


Dernbach to Amla, no run, length at the thigh pad, Amla misses with a flick to leg


Dernbach to Amla, FOUR, full on the stumps, too straight, and this is flicked over square leg off the front foot this time, only for four but again the timing was impeccable


Dernbach to Amla, 1 wide, sliding into the pads again but this slides down leg

We're back and Dernbach is going to complete his over... 7.45pm The lights are blinking back into action and the outfield is being run over with hessian to get the dew up, is that right? There won't be a mid-innings towel operation in England's innings.

7.35pm Oh dear we have a floodlight failure. It looks like just the one pylon but we'll have a delay before we can restart here. We don't have any power for the floodlight but we have enough to keep the DJ running and the crowd seemingly entertained enough. The players are actually now going to trot off for a sit down.


Dernbach to Amla, no run, full at middle stump, Amla tries to work to leg but pats it down the wicket


Dernbach to Amla, no run, touch shorter length and Amla plays back to the bowler again

End of over 2 (11 runs) South Africa 17/0 (RR: 8.50)

    • HM Amla 15 (9b 2x4 1x6)
    • Q de Kock 0 (3b)
    • JW Dernbach 1-0-11-0
    • MM Ali 1-0-6-0

Moeen to continue...


Ali to de Kock, 1 run, de Kock back in his crease and works wide of mid-off for a single


Ali to Amla, FOUR, gives himself room and flicks from off stump backward of point, gets it in-between the two fielders in there, excellent wrist work


Ali to Amla, no run, down the track, tries to swing to leg, there's a hint of turn and he gets it off inside edge and pad to short long leg


Ali to Amla, no run, down the wicket, misses and Buttler misses the stumping sitter really, straight to him, simply dropped it, easy stumping chance


Ali to Amla, SIX, next ball he comes down again and whips this over wide long-on, lovely stroke, that's what he was trying the previous ball


Ali to Amla, no run, more air, went for the sweep and missed, it pitched outside leg

Golden chance for England to strike but not for the first time their fielding is found wanting...

End of over 3 (11 runs) South Africa 28/0 (RR: 9.33)

    • HM Amla 25 (14b 3x4 2x6)
    • Q de Kock 1 (4b)
    • MM Ali 2-0-17-0
    • JW Dernbach 1-0-11-0

Dernbach to de Kock, no run, length ball on off stump, patted up the wicket from the crease


Dernbach to de Kock, 1 run, short and pulled in controlled fashion to the square leg sweeper


Dernbach to Amla, 1 run, Amla across his stumps and tucks a length ball through square leg for an easy single


Dernbach to de Kock, no run, full on the stumps, firm drive to mid-off


Dernbach to de Kock, FOUR, shot, hint of width to work with, de Kock stays leg side of it and carves it backward of poin


Dernbach to de Kock, 1 run, straighter line and whipped wide of long leg but Jordan scrambles very well to save two

End of over 4 (7 runs) South Africa 35/0 (RR: 8.75)

    • Q de Kock 7 (9b 1x4)
    • HM Amla 26 (15b 3x4 2x6)
    • JW Dernbach 2-0-18-0
    • MM Ali 2-0-17-0

Now Moeen is off and Tim Bresnan takes over...


Bresnan to de Kock, no run, back of a length and wide, that was there to be hit and de Kock mistimed it to cover


Bresnan to de Kock, 1 run, straighter line on a similar length, pulled hard but straight to the deep square leg


Bresnan to Amla, no run, Amla goes across his stumps for the scoop and misses, it balloons off the pad to Buttler who shies at the stumps, Amla was back and there didn't appear to be any bat on that for the caught behind appeal


Bresnan to Amla, FOUR, lovely strike down the ground, not perfect timing but hit through the line to a length ball and enough to carry it into the rope


Bresnan to Amla, 1 run, slower ball, Amla stepped to leg that time and adjusted well to pull to deep square leg


Bresnan to de Kock, 1 run, short leg side but again de Kock finds the fielder with a strong pull, this reaches long leg

End of over 5 (7 runs) South Africa 42/0 (RR: 8.40)

    • Q de Kock 9 (12b 1x4)
    • HM Amla 31 (18b 4x4 2x6)
    • TT Bresnan 1-0-7-0
    • JW Dernbach 2-0-18-0

Chris Jordan into the attack...


Jordan to de Kock, 1 run, full on leg stump, flicked out to deep square leg


Jordan to Amla, no run, good length just outside off, Amla steps to leg and aims a wild whoosh at it and misses


Jordan to Amla, FOUR, touch short, Amla waits in the crease for it and heaves it wide of long-on, one bounce four


Jordan to Amla, 1 run, full on off stump, driven to extra cover and they steal a sharp single


Jordan to de Kock, 1 wide, well down leg, Buttler dived to take it nicely to his right


Jordan to de Kock, 1 run, length ball at the body, dropped into square leg for an easy run

50 up, very nice start this for South Africa, England leaking early runs again...


Jordan to Amla, 2 runs, full, Amla meets it on the full in fact and guides it to point where there's a half save but it runs away for a couple

End of over 6 (10 runs) South Africa 52/0 (RR: 8.66)

    • HM Amla 38 (22b 5x4 2x6)
    • Q de Kock 11 (14b 1x4)
    • CJ Jordan 1-0-10-0
    • TT Bresnan 1-0-7-0

Excellent Powerplay from the Africans. James Tredwell now for England...


Tredwell to de Kock, 1 run, around the wicket, full on middle and leg, worked into midwicket for an easy run


Tredwell to Amla, 1 run, Amla across his stumps, flicking backward of square leg for another easy run


Tredwell to de Kock, no run, slides on as de Kock tries to sweep and gets struck on the pad


Tredwell to de Kock, FOUR, waited for, rocked back and cut hard backward of point, lovely stroke, touch short delivery


Tredwell to de Kock, 2 runs, paddle swept and Dernbach at short long leg rather dives over it and concedes a couple


Tredwell to de Kock, no run, slower, more air, forward just blocking is de Kock

End of over 7 (8 runs) South Africa 60/0 (RR: 8.57)

    • Q de Kock 18 (19b 2x4)
    • HM Amla 39 (23b 5x4 2x6)
    • JC Tredwell 1-0-8-0
    • CJ Jordan 1-0-10-0

Stuart Broad now...


Broad to Amla, 1 run, full on the stumps, whipped out to deep midwicket


Broad to de Kock, no run, short around off stump and pulled without timing to mid-on


Broad to de Kock, 1 run, another pull, not timed again but this is forced through midwicket for an easy single

Sooner than I suggested, the players are making their way back out...

8.20pm Once again, the lights are twinkling back into action but it might be another 10 minutes before play resumes. Another one of these delays and the full 40-overs might be in danger...

8.10pm And the same floodlight that failed earlier has now gone out again. The players trudge off once more. Not great for the quick-action appeal of the shortest format...


Broad to Amla, 2 runs, full on the leg stump, flicked out backward of square but Lumb slides and saves to good effect


Broad to Amla, no run, fourth-stump line, Amla tries to swing from the crease but only finds the bowler


Broad to Amla, FOUR, poor ball, short and wide and cut over point, nicely put away that

End of over 8 (8 runs) South Africa 68/0 (RR: 8.50)

    • HM Amla 46 (27b 6x4 2x6)
    • Q de Kock 19 (21b 2x4)
    • SCJ Broad 1-0-8-0
    • JC Tredwell 1-0-8-0

Tredwell to de Kock, 1 run, length on the off stump, flicked through square leg


Tredwell to Amla, 1 run, leg stump, quite full, flicked firmly past midwicket but just a single to the deep fielder


Tredwell to de Kock, no run, full and de Kock tries to sweep and misses


Tredwell to de Kock, 1 run, down the wicket and worked through square leg, just a single again


Tredwell to Amla, 2 runs, nice drive with a wristy flick wide of deep cover so they get a couple


Tredwell to Amla, 1 run, Amla forward punching down to long-on and that is his first fifty in a T20 for South Africa, nice time to break that bad run

End of over 9 (6 runs) South Africa 74/0 (RR: 8.22)

    • HM Amla 50 (30b 6x4 2x6)
    • Q de Kock 21 (24b 2x4)
    • JC Tredwell 2-0-14-0
    • SCJ Broad 1-0-8-0

Ravi Bopara is going to bowl, didn't do so against Sri Lanka...


Bopara to Amla, 1 run, length on off stump, punched out to deep cover, good work from Bresnan, it's just a single


Bopara to de Kock, 1 run, low full toss on off stump, punched down to long-on


Bopara to Amla, 4 byes, back of the hand slower ball outside off, Amla swings and misses but Buttler totally misses it and it runs under his legs for four byes!


Bopara to Amla, 1 leg bye, length that takes the thigh pad to short long leg, the hurry a run


Bopara to de Kock, 1 run, full length just outside off, driven out to deep cover


Bopara to Amla, 1 wide, another slower ball outside off, too wide outside off, Amla swings and misses


Bopara to Amla, 2 runs, goes to turn this to leg and gets a huge leading edge that loops down the ground but lands safe, very lucky and they get back for two

End of over 10 (11 runs) South Africa 85/0 (RR: 8.50)

    • HM Amla 53 (34b 6x4 2x6)
    • Q de Kock 23 (26b 2x4)
    • RS Bopara 1-0-6-0
    • JC Tredwell 2-0-14-0

Overs continue to be profitable for South Africa who are very well placed for a charge now. Broad changes ends...


Broad to de Kock, 1 run, low full toss just outside off, the drive finds deep cover


Broad to Amla, 1 run, short, hammered into deep midwicket, it's short of the fielder, Hales takes it on the bounce


Broad to de Kock, 1 run, waited for in the crease and carved out to deep cover with the ball sliding across him


Broad to Amla, 2 runs, swung into midwicket, it's a mishit that runs wide of long-on and they can get back for a couple


Broad to Amla, OUT, swung over the leg side again but this time picks out deep midwicket and Amla falls having provided his side with a lovely start. He tried to clear the front leg to swing a short ball just outside off over the leg side but the connection wasn't great and he found Hales

HM Amla c Hales b Broad 56 (45m 37b 6x4 2x6) SR: 151.35


Broad to de Kock, no run, full at the off stump, driven firmly to mid-off

Finally a breakthrough for England...

End of over 11 (5 runs) South Africa 90/1 (RR: 8.18)

    • Q de Kock 25 (29b 2x4)
    • AB de Villiers 0 (0b)
    • SCJ Broad 2-0-13-1
    • RS Bopara 1-0-6-0

Bopara to de Villiers, 1 run, full at the middle stump, played forward into midwicket for a single


Bopara to de Kock, 1 run, around the wicket, just outside off stump, carved without timing wide of point for a single


Bopara to de Villiers, 1 run, full on the stumps, a pleasant drive down to long-on


Bopara to de Kock, 2 runs, slower ball, de Kock meets it on the full and drives wide of deep cover who, running to his right, can't save two


Bopara to de Kock, 1 run, full length just outside off, whipped down to long-off


Bopara to de Villiers, 1 run, touch short but only slapped to deep cover

End of over 12 (7 runs) South Africa 97/1 (RR: 8.08)

    • AB de Villiers 3 (3b)
    • Q de Kock 29 (32b 2x4)
    • RS Bopara 2-0-13-0
    • SCJ Broad 2-0-13-1

The ball has been changed as Tredwell comes back on...


Tredwell to de Villiers, 1 run, around the wicket, plenty of flight, de Villiers down the ground only slaps it to long-off for one


Tredwell to de Kock, OUT, down the wicket, de Kock runs straight past it and this time Buttler completes the stumping with a sharp piece of work but that was equally as straightforward as the Amla chance. Tredwell did de Kock in the flight really, who came out of his ground and got nowhere near the pitch of the ball, tried to steer it into the leg side but missed

Q de Kock st †Buttler b Tredwell 29 (53m 33b 2x4 0x6) SR: 87.87


Tredwell to Duminy, 1 run, flight with a slip in, pushed down to long-off on the front foot


Tredwell to de Villiers, FOUR, flatter ball, de Villiers steps to leg and guides this through point, excellent placement and gets four, top batting


Tredwell to de Villiers, FOUR, down the wicket and hammered straight as a dye, no chance for the deep straight fielders, excellent timing from AB


Tredwell to de Villiers, 1 run, this time stays in the crease and pushes firmly to long-on

End of over 13 (11 runs) South Africa 108/2 (RR: 8.30)

    • AB de Villiers 13 (7b 2x4)
    • JP Duminy 1 (1b)
    • JC Tredwell 3-0-25-1
    • RS Bopara 2-0-13-0

South Africa in good shape but still with work to do to make 170-180. Broad replaces Bopara...


Broad to de Villiers, FOUR, length ball outside off, slapped towards mid-off where the diving Tredwell can only parry it partially and it runs away for four, poor work in the field again from England


Broad to de Villiers, 1 run, full and wide, de Villiers slips driving out to deep cover


Broad to Duminy, 1 run, length ball, driven to point where Moeen dives and saves very smartly


Broad to de Villiers, no run, length ball, slapped hard but straight to extra cover


Broad to de Villiers, 2 runs, short and swatted past mid-on, Jordan running around from midwicket uses the boot but does save four


Broad to de Villiers, no run, full and wide, de Villiers reaches for it and can only toe-end it back to the bowler

End of over 14 (8 runs) South Africa 116/2 (RR: 8.28)

    • AB de Villiers 20 (12b 3x4)
    • JP Duminy 2 (2b)
    • SCJ Broad 3-0-21-1
    • JC Tredwell 3-0-25-1

Jordan is coming back into the attack...


Jordan to Duminy, 1 wide, full but just down leg, Duminy was going for the scoop and missed


Jordan to Duminy, no run, full just outside off, Duminy drives hard but only to mid-on, both straight men up in the circle here


Jordan to Duminy, 2 runs, short and Duminy gets hit on the hip missing with a pull, it runs behind the wicket and Buttler dives and parries well, could have run for four that


Jordan to Duminy, 1 run, OUT, short and pulled into midwicket, Duminy didn't time this, it looped into the deep but short of Bopara but he gathers and throws at the striker's end and Duminy is having to dive to get back for the second - with no bat! - and is run out comfortably. For once England smart in the outfield, that was good work from Bopara, danger man gone

JP Duminy run out 5 (12m 5b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00


Jordan to Miller, no run, six men up in the circle, full at the stumps, driven to point


Jordan to Miller, no run, man goes out to deep point, Jordan goes short and Miller is hurried trying to pull and gets it off the splice of the bat up the wicket


Jordan to Miller, 1 run, short again and this is pulled again, this time more successfully out to deep midwicket

End of over 15 (5 runs) South Africa 121/3 (RR: 8.06)

    • DA Miller 1 (3b)
    • AB de Villiers 20 (12b 3x4)
    • CJ Jordan 2-0-15-0
    • SCJ Broad 3-0-21-1

England clawing things back a little. Bresnan now...


Bresnan to Miller, no run, step to leg, this doesn't get up as Miller was expecting and he misses with a pull and the ball goes past leg stump


Bresnan to Miller, 1 run, legnth on leg stump tucked down to long leg


Bresnan to de Villiers, no run, slower ball on the stumps, driven firmly back to the bowler who wears it on the chest and almost grabs the rebound, might be hurt here Bresnan, think it was actually the wrist where he was hit


Bresnan to de Villiers, 1 run, short of a length, a short-arm jab out to deep square leg


Bresnan to Miller, 1 run, more short stuff, pulled wide of deep square but Jordan scrambles very nice to keep it just to a single


Bresnan to de Villiers, FOUR, full and outside off stump, de Villiers carves it over backward point, good time for a boundary and ruins what would have been a superb over

End of over 16 (7 runs) South Africa 128/3 (RR: 8.00)

    • AB de Villiers 25 (15b 4x4)
    • DA Miller 3 (6b)
    • TT Bresnan 2-0-14-0
    • CJ Jordan 2-0-15-0

South Africa need some oomph now. Broad for Jordan...


Broad to Miller, 1 leg bye, full on leg stump, strikes the pad and they get a leg bye into midwicket


Broad to de Villiers, 2 runs, sliced drive over cover that fortunately for de Villiers lands wide of deep cover, Lumb slipped in fielding but managed to save four


Broad to de Villiers, FOUR, short sliding down leg and pulled wide of long leg, poor ball really

Wasn't the best piece of fielding and Dernbach as been switched from long leg to third man...


Broad to de Villiers, 1 run, full outside off, de Villiers was reaching for it and got a toe end that rolls slowly to mid-off for a sharp single


Broad to Miller, 1 run, short again to Miller but again he can't time it, gets it off the splice to deep square leg


Broad to de Villiers, FOUR, short once more but de Villiers can deal with it, hooking through deep square leg, another important boundary, makes that an excellent over for South Africa

End of over 17 (13 runs) South Africa 141/3 (RR: 8.29)

    • AB de Villiers 36 (19b 6x4)
    • DA Miller 4 (8b)
    • SCJ Broad 4-0-33-1
    • TT Bresnan 2-0-14-0

Andrew: "Once again SA not aggressive when they had the opportunity and now they need big runs in the last few". Dernbach returns to bowl...


Dernbach to Miller, FOUR, full just outside off stump and with mid-off up that is a disgusting delivery, timed really nicely over the fielder, excellent timing, nearly carried for six


Dernbach to Miller, FOUR, full toss on leg stump, slogged over the leg side and wide of long-on, Dernbach misses the yorker again gets punished

What was wrong with bowling short to Miller...


Dernbach to Miller, 1 wide, oh dear, leg side wide now, nine of two balls, is the old Dernbach returning?


Dernbach to Miller, 1 run, short now and at the leg stump, flicked down the leg side and Buttler almost snaffles a superb catch at full stretch, saved four anyway, it just brushed the glove on the way through


Dernbach to de Villiers, 2 runs, full and driven out to deep cover, just wide of the fielder and de Villiers is lightning quick and gets back for two


Dernbach to de Villiers, 1 wide, slower ball, a mighty hack to leg misses and I think took a toe-end along the ground to the keeper, the umpire didn't hear the snick and called wide


Dernbach to de Villiers, SIX, full and de Villiers is outside off stump down one knee hammering it straight down the ground and all the way for six, what a shot that is


Dernbach to de Villiers, 1 no ball, oh Jade, a beamer outside off, this over has undone England's good work

After that, the ball is being changed...


Dernbach to de Villiers, SIX, slower ball, de Villiers sets himself and smashes it over long-on, that's AB's fifty and the fastest in T20s for South Africa

End of over 18 (26 runs) South Africa 167/3 (RR: 9.27)

    • AB de Villiers 50 (23b 6x4 2x6)
    • DA Miller 13 (11b 2x4)
    • JW Dernbach 3-0-44-0
    • SCJ Broad 4-0-33-1

De Villiers has got his side right back on course and they could now set 190, England back under real pressure. Jordan is back...


Jordan to Miller, 1 wide, full and wide outside off stump, swung and missed and called wide! That is pretty harsh


Jordan to Miller, SIX, full toss on the stumps and whacked over midwicket, there's Miller's power, fifty stand in just 26 balls now


Jordan to Miller, no run, excellent yorker that just misses off stump with Miller aiming leg side with a swing


Jordan to Miller, no run, full outside off and a swing and a miss and this ins't called wide, rightly


Jordan to Miller, OUT, similar delivery, swung towards long-on and not timed well enough and Moeen takes the catch straight to him and he took it at waist height. Simply not enough willow on the stroke from Miller

DA Miller c Ali b Jordan 19 (26m 15b 2x4 1x6) SR: 126.66


Jordan to de Villiers, FOUR, full on leg stump, de Villiers is right down and manages to play a reverse paddle sweep and gets enough bat on it to steer it away past short third man, incredible shot


Jordan to de Villiers, FOUR, full outside off, de Villiers across to it and slashes it past point

End of over 19 (15 runs) South Africa 182/4 (RR: 9.57)

    • AB de Villiers 58 (25b 8x4 2x6)
    • JA Morkel 0 (0b)
    • CJ Jordan 3-0-30-1
    • JW Dernbach 3-0-44-0

Top knock this from de Villiers, exactly what his side needed to take their solid start forward. One more big over and England could be facing the best part of 200 to chase. Bresnan to bowl the last over...


Bresnan to Morkel, 2 runs, short and swung hard to leg, Jordan does very well on the deep midwicket fence coming to his left to field


Bresnan to Morkel, 1 run, full wide of off stump, reached for and gets it off the toe to cover


Bresnan to de Villiers, SIX, de Villiers across his stumps and flicks a full delivery which he meets on the full over midwicket, another outrageous stroke


Bresnan to de Villiers, FOUR, slower ball and pulled into the deep, straight to Moeen and he drops it! And worse still it runs into the fence! I think Moeen lost it in the floodlights


Bresnan to de Villiers, 1 run, a swing outside off and it takes the bottom edge into his boot


Bresnan to Morkel, OUT, full just outside off, Morkel tries to swing to the leg side and gets a thick inside edge into his stumps so nothing off the last ball, Morkel swinging a bit too hard

JA Morkel b Bresnan 3 (8m 3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

Well well, South Africa have made the highest score of the tournament. Under pressure they have found quality performances from their two best players and racked up a huge total. AB de Villiers in particular was simply outstanding with some incredible strokes. England made their record chase the other night and will need to go better again here to win this one. Their chase starts in 10 minutes...

End of over 20 (14 runs) South Africa 196/5

    • AB de Villiers 69 (28b 9x4 3x6)
    • TT Bresnan 3-0-28-1
    • CJ Jordan 3-0-30-1
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