Dale Steyn, who was sidelined after the first Test against India, is struggling to play a part in the Test series against Australia.
Faf du Plessis and Temba Bavuma played positively to stretch the Proteas’ lead to 379 at lunch on day four in Potchefstroom. JON CARDINELLI reports.
Faf du Plessis has revealed why he’s staying at No 5, and why Temba Bavuma is set to continue his role at No 4.
Temba Bavuma’s 46 after being promoted up the order is SAcricketmag.com’s Play of the Day.
Temba Bavuma, in at No 4, got to 30 as he steered the Proteas to 93-3 by tea on day two at Old Trafford.
Dean Elgar says that Temba Bavuma adapts to match situations better than anyone in the Proteas batting lineup.
Temba Bavuma scored 52, as the Proteas were bowled out for 175 on day three, trailing England by 178 runs.
A 99-run stand between Temba Bavuma and Theunis de Bruyn got the Proteas to 214-5 by the close of day two against England at Lord’s, writes TOM SIZELAND.
The Cape Cobras have boosted their batting stocks with the signing of Proteas star Temba Bavuma for the 2017-18 season.
Temba Bavuma has done all the hard work. Now he has the chance to go big and rediscover his form.