India vs South Africa match in ICC World Cup 2019
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4 Key Battles of India v/s South Africa match in ICC World Cup 2019

Neel Visaria

ICC World Cup 2019 has started with a bang with England beating South Africa comfortably by a margin of more than hundred runs. India had a very good outing in their warm up match against Bangladesh and will be full of energy when they take on South Africa on the 5th of June at Rose Bowl Stadium. South African side is quite talented and will put a good fight against India. Here are some key battles to look forward to in India v/s South Africa match:

4 Key Battles of India v/s South Africa match in ICC World Cup 2019

• Rohit Sharma v/s Dale Steyn

Rohit Sharma will open the innings for Team India while the duty of bowling the new ball with be taken up by Dale Steyn. Steyn Gun is very good at swinging the new ball and English conditions are known to help the fast bowlers. It will be a good challenge for Rohit Sharma to face Steyn and get India off to a flier. Once he gets going there is no escape for the bowlers.

• Virat Kohli v/s Imran Tahir

The Indian Captain will be challenged by a flurry of leg spin and googlies balls by the South African spin master Imran Tahir. When Kohli comes to bat he likes to dominate the innings and score many singles and doubles and timely boundaries to keep the score board ticking. While Tahir likes to take wickets in the middle overs to put SA on top. Their face up will certainly be fascinating to watch.

4 Key Battles of India v/s South Africa match in ICC World Cup 2019

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• JaspritBumrah v/s Quinton De Kock

Bumrah and De Kock were vital in Mumbai Indians successful IPL 2019 wherein both of them helped MI become champion. De Kock was highest run scorer while Bumrah took most wickets for MI. Both of them are aware about each other’s game plan and when Bumrah will open the attack for India, we will definitely get to see some good cricket.

4 Key Battles of India v/s South Africa match in ICC World Cup 2019

Bumrah will not only bowl with the new ball up front, he will return to bowl at the death and restrict opposition batsmen. He is regarded as the best death bowler as he always stays focused and patient at the death.

4 Key Battles of India v/s South Africa match in ICC World Cup 2019

• Hardik Pandya v/s KG Rabada

The former is known for his powerhitting and attacking batting style at the death overs while the latter is renowned for his fast and accurate yorkers. Pandya has now developed the famous Helicopter shot which negates the yorker threat but Rabada is a smart bowler who has a superb slower ball. Their cricketing battle with be a fiery one.

India and South Africa will have to give their best performance to end of the winning side. India would want to have a winning start to the tournament while SA will be keen on showing that they are a side who can get their hands on the trophy.

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