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South africa vs west indies 5th odi delay due to rain 629 views
Today the day was 5th crick battle between South Africa host team and West Indies as the tri-nation series West Indies in South Africa, 2014-15 at SuperSport Park, Centurion. BUT!!!
There was rain earlier in the day at Centurion. However, it seems to have cleared up now.
AB de Villiers will take a break for this game and Hashim Amla will be captain in his absence. In addition, Quinton de Kock return to the side after recovering from an ankle injury.
Although South Africa would not be too worried about the way things went, but just defeat before the World Cup is not something they would like. However, now that the West Indies were finally able to boost their morale, they would love to finish the series on a high. South Africa will seek to bring their players rested, while visitors ideally be standing in the winning combination. Hello and welcome to the final ODI is played at Centurion. We'll be bringing you the draw and team updates for a while. Stay tuned .
After receiving a thorough drubbing in the first three games of the series, West Indies stunned the hosts with a win of a window at the previous ODI. Batting first, a South African team greatly impoverished posted a competitive 262 on board after struggling on 76/4 at one time. David Miller went on to score his first ODI ton. However, the team remained calm Caribbean, thanks to a brilliant innings by Andre Russell and chased down the target with nine balls to spare.
Last performance preview:
Antilles like to record their second successive victory in the fifth and final ODI match against South Africa at Centurion favorites Wednesday to feel good about their chances at the WC starts just over two weeks from now.
South Africa clinic were enrolled in the first three games and being to inflict another loss on West Indies in Port Elizabeth on Sunday when they were reduced to 73 for 5. Powered by the maiden ton of David Miller, the hosts had posted 262 to challenge the team but Marlon Samuels Caribbean and Darren Sammy added 93 before all-rounder Andre Russell scored 64 not out off 40 balls to stun Proteas with nine deliveries and a wicket in hand.
South African captain that AB de Villiers played down the defeat and according to him, he was not a wakeup call. "We were not complacent or something like that. It is a painful affair, but we go and we will try to finish on a high in Centurion," he also said. However such a defeat in such an important tournament No was not ideal for South Africa.