The Proteas haven’t progressed significantly in T20 cricket in their time under the tutelage of Mark Boucher. Fundamental deficiencies were exposed in their defeat by Australia and change is needed, writes Ryan Vrede.
Ryan Vrede rates the Proteas after their opening T20 Cricket World Cup defeat by Australia.
In the absence of Faf du Plessis, Aiden Markram’s form will be absolutely crucial to the Proteas at the T20 World Cup, writes Ryan Vrede.
Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje and Tabraiz Shamsi are the foil to a misfiring batting lineup. They will be the foundation upon which any strong World Cup challenge is built, writes Ryan Vrede.
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