Last Update on: October 27th, 2022 at 07:22 am
SA vs BAN: South Africa Playing XI vs Bangladesh (Predicted), ICC T20 World Cup 2022. South Africa-SA will meet Bangladesh on Thursday 27th October 2022 at Sydney Cricket Ground, SCG, Sydney, Australia in the 22nd match-the 10th Super 12 match.
Bangladesh won against the Netherlands by 9 runs on the date while the Proteas will play against Zimbabwe on the same day 24th October before taking on Bangladesh. The South Africa-Zimbabwe match start has been delayed due to rain.
South Africa- SA are clearing the mental fog from their back-to-back series T20I and ODI series defeats in India and have begun their final preparations for the Men’s ICC T20 World Cup 2022 with a nine-wicket win over New Zealand in the first of two warm-up matches. The team arrived in Australia last week, directly from India where they played six white-ball games and lost four.
Though South Africa were only in India for just over two weeks, they lost both the T20I and ODI series, leaving their World Cup hopes in both formats in disarray. The T20I series defeat was South Africa’s first in six series while their ODI trouncing has left them in a precarious position on the World Cup Super League points table – 11th – with only five matches left to play.
South Africa’s second warm-up game against Bangladesh was abandoned due to rain. Bangladesh lost against Afghanistan by 62 runs in their first warm-up game. In their warm-up match, New Zealand was completely outclassed by the Proteas (SA) in all three departments. The Kiwis were first shot down for just 98 by the South African bowlers. None of their batsmen could stay longer on the wicket.
Keshav Maharaj picked 3/17, Tabraiz Shamsi took 2/6 and Wayne Parnell took 2/8. Only Glenn Phillips (23), Martin Guptill (23), and Michael Bracewell (11) registered double-digit scores. And then Proteas batter Rilee Rossouw, who opened the batting scored a 32-ball unbeaten 54 to take them home in just 11.2 overs.
South Africa 100/1 in 11.2 overs (Rilee Rossouw 54*) beat New Zealand 98 all out (Guptill 23, Phillips 23, Maharaj 3/17, Shamsi 2/6, Parnell 2/8) by 9 wickets.
Bangladesh and South Africa are two nations that have been impressive in international cricket. However, both countries are yet to win the ICC World Cup. Bangladesh have shown considerable improvement in the cricket world over the last decade, whereas the Proteas are rising up again after the retirement of their legends.
SA middle-order batter Rassie van der Dussen is still struggling with his finger injury and keeping in mind, South Africa management has not included him in the T20 World Cup squad. Left-arm quick Marco Jansen was also included in South Africa’s 15-member squad for the T20I World Cup 2022 in Australia. The 22-year-old pacer replaced all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius, who was ruled out of the T20I showpiece after sustaining an injury in his left thumb during the recent T20 series against India.
SA vs BAN: South Africa Playing XI vs Bangladesh (Predicted), ICC T20 World Cup 2022
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Quinton de Kock was the highest run-getter in the India T20I series with 138 runs averaging 69 in 3 T20Is. Prior to that, he had a horrific Ireland and England away series where he averaged less than 10. He also had a poor ICC T20 World Cup 2021 managing only 69 runs at an average of 17.25. He didn’t play the warm-up game against New Zealand but has been named in the playing XI against Zimbabwe.
South African captain Temba Bavuma got injured during the Proteas’ last India tour in June 2022 managing just 61 runs in 4 T20Is averaging 20.33. He retired hurt after scoring 8* in the 4th T20I and didn’t play subsequent England and Ireland T20Is.
In the September -October tour again against India, he managed only 3 runs in as many T20Is after being dismissed without scoring in the first two matches. He didn’t play the warm-up game against New Zealand but has been named in the playing XI against Zimbabwe.
Rilee Rossouw, the South Africa (SA) batter scored an unbeaten 54 in the warm-up game against New Zealand off 32 balls which included 9 fours and 1 six. The left-handed South African batter hammered his maiden T20I hundred in the third T20I of the series between India and South Africa at the Holkar stadium in Indore on October 4, 2022.
Aiden Markram is a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler from South Africa (SA). Aiden Markram scored 25 in the 1st T20I and helped his team recover from 9/5. He didn’t bat in the 3rd while scoring 33 in the 2nd T20I. In the previous 2021 T20I World cup, he amassed 162 runs averaging 54. He scored an unbeaten 16 in the warm-up game against New Zealand.
There will be high hopes from David Miller following his exploits for the Gujarat Titans (GT) in IPL 2022. The attacking left-hander displayed a different kind of maturity, smashing 481 runs in 16 matches at a strike rate of 142.73. He managed 96 runs averaging 48 in 5 T20Is in June 2022 against India.
David Miller scored an unbeaten 106 in the 2nd T20I which went in vain after being dismissed without scoring in the opening T20I. He scored an unbeaten 19 off 5 balls including 3 sixes in the 3rd T20I, at a strike rate of 380.
He was the 2nd highest scorer in the preceding T20I series, amassing 125 runs at a stunning strike rate of 235.85. He captained Proteas- South Africa (SA) in the warm-up game against New Zealand but wasn’t required to bat.
Tristan Stubbs has played only 9 T20Is for SA but has shown promise. He wasn’t required to bat in the warm-up game against New Zealand but has been named in the playing XI against Zimbabwe. He scored 72 in his first T20I innings against England off only 28 balls at a strike rate of 257.14.
He failed to do well against Ireland and India after averaging 47.5 in the 3-match T20I series against England. The 21-year-old Tristan Stubbs was roped in by Mumbai Indians (MI) as a replacement for injured Tymal Mills for the IPL 2022.
Wayne Parnell, the 33-year-old left-arm quick made a comeback to South Africa (SA) T20I squad after a gap of 5 years. He is the first former Kolpak player to be recalled for the national team since the system ceased to exist.
Wayne Parnell picked 2 scalps in the June 2022 India series playing 3 T20Is and 7 scalps in 2 T20Is against Ireland. He returned with figures of 4-0-14-0 against India in the 1st T20I besides scoring useful 24 runs. His figures read 0/54 in the 2nd T20I and 2/41 in the 3rd T20I. Overall, he picked 2 scalps in 3 T20Is averaging 54.5.
Keshav Maharaj scored 41 in the first T20I in the preceding T20I series against India and picked 2/23 and 2/34 in the next two T20Is after getting hammered in the 1st T20I (0/21 in 3 overs).
On a night when the rest of South Africa’s attack combined to concede 210 off 96 wicketless balls, and on a pitch where 458 runs came in 40 overs, Keshav Maharaj bowled 24 balls, gave away 23 runs, and took two wickets. I1ndia scored 237/3 in the 2nd T20I before South Africa (SA) scored 221/3, falling short by 16 runs.
Lungi Ngidi, the South Africa (SA) pacer picked 2 scalps in as many T20Is in the T20I series against India. He averages less than 20 in T20Is but didn’t feature in the 2021 T20I World Cup. His career best of 5/39 came against England in a July 2022 T20I.
Another option is seam-bowling allrounder Andile Phehlukwayo who made himself a part of South Africa’s white-ball sides with his skill at the death, the ability to disguise his slower ball, and the ability to contribute with the bat as a finisher.
Kagiso Rabada will be South Africa’s pace spearhead in the upcoming series against India. He had a memorable IPL 2022 campaign for the Punjab Kings (PBKS). He was the third-leading wicket-taker in the tournament with 23 wickets in 13 games at a strike rate of 12.52.
He was predicted to be key to the Proteas-SA’s fortunes in the T20I series but picked only 2 scalps and went for plenty (0/57) in the 2nd T20I but was economical in the other two matches (1/16 in 1st T20I and 1/24 in 3rd T20I).
Following a long injury layoff, the SA pacer Anrich Nortje returned to competitive cricket, representing the franchise Delhi Capitals (DC) during IPL 2022. He claimed nine wickets in six matches and had begun to find his groove towards the latter half of the group stage.
Anrich Nortje had taken 4 scalps in 5 games averaging 29 in the June 2022 India tour and 1/12 in the only T20I he featured in England tour. He took the prized scalp of Virat Kohli but conceded 32 runs in 3 overs in the 1st T20I against India.
He was expensive in the 2nd T20I, as in only 3 overs, he conceded 41 runs at an economy of 13.7. He had an excellent 2021 T20I World Cup, where he took 9 scalps in 5 T20Is averaging 11.56.