Kagiso Rabada remains suspended for the third Test despite challenging his Level 2 charge for making contact with Australia’s Steve Smith at St George’s Park.
Australia assistant coach Brad Haddin believes Kagiso Rabada’s absence from the remainder of the series against South Africa will give them a boost.
Australia captain Steve Smith says Kagiso Rabada is a world-class bowler and he wants him to play in the upcoming Tests in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada is once again ranked as the world’s best Test bowler, according to the latest ICC rankings.
Australia captain Steve Smith is not happy with how their batsmen have played so far in the Test series against South Africa.
Kagiso Rabada says he will have to learn from the incident in Port Elizabeth that saw him receive a two-match ban.
Brilliant performances by Kagiso Rabada and AB de Villiers helped the Proteas beat Australia by six wickets at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth to level the four-match Test series 1-1.
The Proteas finished the first session on 22-1 and require only 79 runs to win the second Test against Australia at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
The ICC have charged Kagiso Rabada for a level one offence for the send-off he gave David Warner during the third day of the Port Elizabeth Test.
AB de Villiers says the emotions he felt when reaching his 126 against Australia on day three of the second Test was possibly the best feeling ever.