South Africa will take on New Zealand in the 25th match of the ICC World Cup. The Proteas is in a do or die situation and they need to pull up their game. In fact, Faf du Plessis-led side had savoured their maiden success in the last match against Afghanistan. We take a look at South Africa’s Predicted Playing XI and Analysis.
On the other hand, New Zealand has had a great start to the tournament. The Kiwis have won three matches out of the four they have played with one match ending in no result. Thus, Blackcaps will look to continue their good form going.
Here is South Africa’s Predicted Playing XI:
The talisman batsman was finally able to get back amongst the runs as he scored an undefeated knock of 41 runs against Afghanistan.
Quinton de Kock
The southpaw batsman was at his best against Afghanistan as he scored a fine knock of 68 runs off 72 balls. The left-hander will look to continue his good form.
The stylish batsman hasn’t been in the best of forms in the ongoing tournament. The right-hander has scored only 61 runs in the three innings he has played.
Faf du Plessis
The South African captain has looked in decent form in the tourney. The right-hander will look to lead with aplomb and he is going to hold the key.
Rassie Van der Dussen
The right-hander has done a good job in his young career. Rassie has scored 113 runs in the three innings he has played in the tournament.
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The southpaw batsman has disappointed with his performance in the ongoing tournament. Miller will look to turn the tables against New Zealand.
It’s a must-win situation for South Africa.
The talisman all-rounder had scalped three wickets in the previous match against Afghanistan. Morris will look to continue his good form going with the ball.
The all-rounder has done a good job for the South African side. Phehlukwayo took two wickets in the previous match against Afghanistan.
The gun fast bowler has bowled with fire in the ongoing tournament. Rabada had scalped one wicket in the last game. The fiery fast bowler will look to continue his good form going.
The leg-spinner had scalped four wickets in the previous match against Afghanistan. Thus, Tahir will aim to keep up the form to deliver the goods.
The fast bowler has regained his full fitness as he has passed the fitness test. Hence, Ngidi will aim to hit the ground running on his return.