South African World Cup Squad: Key Questions

As South Africa prepares its squad to announce the ICC 2019 Men's Cricket World Cup, we look at some of the questions that selectors may need.

South Africa has a good run before the marquee event, facing Pakistan and Sri Lanka in a back-back series in the town. However, there are a number of issues that management must address when preparing to announce the squad on Thursday, 18 April. We look at the things that might be involved. Tell you.

1. South Africa is struggling with its open pair in the ODI branch. Quinton de Kock is a real feature of a late nature, and seems to have been a guaranteed start at the top of the World Cup order, but who should he be a co-opener?

Hashim Amla has had difficulties in recent times, Aiden Markram has shown a commitment but is inconsistent and Reeza Hendricks is much better in the middle order.

2. South Africa has always had a plethora of bowling talent in the country, and they still have a big problem. Kagiso Rabada seems to have certainty in the XI and Andile Phehlukwayo has been a regular game on the side. Other options include Dale Steyn, Anrich Nortje, Lungi Ngidi and Dwaine Pretorius. But for the sake of balance, maybe more than two other accelerators from South Africa.

3. Imran Tahir has been one of the most consistent performers in South Africa in recent years. From the World Cup 2015, it has reached 92 wickets at 27.46 with an economy rate below five. It is likely to be a staple in South Africa XI throughout the World Cup, but South Africa may need another sparkle, not just as a backup but in case they get two boys more slowly. to play a pitch to call it.

4. Heinrich Klaasen has been cold and hot in his international career. In 14 ODI, it has a score but 22.81 has only 251, but it has the ability to strike the ball clean and is a full-time diligent curator. He was not selected in a South African squad for his latest ODI series, against Sri Lanka, but in case of injury to de Kock, a backup backup assistant may be needed from South Africa.

5. Despite being a No. 4 on the RF Tires ICC ODI ratings, South Africa is not, due to change, trying to become one of the best contestants to raise the World Cup this time. The tag was awarded 'Favorites'; England, India and even Australia to step instead of their sudden revival. This could release South African players from expected load.


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