Match Preview England vs South Africa, 3rd T20I 2017

Match facts

June 25, 2017
2:30 PM local time (1330 GMT)

Andile Phehlukwayo congratulates after sealing the victory in the last ball Getty images

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If the character and courage of the tourists weren't a problem at all in the first T20 (not to mention the massive Champions Trophy), South Africa delivered a huge repostes to Tonton. Although the focus was on the dismissal of Jason Roy, who interrupted the field, the real story was an intense fight inspired by the dismissal. Chris Morris.

With Roy and Jonny Bairstow placing the century stand for the second turnstile, it seemed that Britain was cruising for another comprehensive win. But instead of requiring fifty 39 balls, South Africa cut off the dead end as they enjoyed the lush crowd. First sight for British Men's International since 1983.

South African independent captain AB de Villiers demanded a response and his bowlers delivered when Morris, Andile Phehlukwayo and Dane Paterson successfully tied new batters. Morris stood in front of him to justify wearing a shirt.

The UK was able to take a lot from Tom Curran's debut performance. Roy is back in form. His 67 ended 10 international innings without 50 and continued to run Bairstow, but Eoin Morgan would have been disappointed with seeing another clutch and the moment goes on the path of opposition. Another debut, Liam Livingstone, was hard baptized and will have the opportunity to prove his talent in a Cardiff judge.

There may not be much substance left in the finals. England has already brought a few more new faces that all five players will bleed into the squad, but the results can still have greater meaning in combat. come.

Form guide

England LWLLW (Completed match, Most recent match)
South Africa WLWLL

In the spotlight

Rapid rise Tom Curran After his first outing in the British shirt looks continued. Already a 22-year-old Surrey attack senior member, Curran showed the extra speed and versatility to participate in an international cricket with an amulet and earn 3 of 33.This evidence clearly shows that white ball cricket will be more hats in the future. Will.

David Miller Is the second most experienced player in South Africa at T20 International and has an amazing ball hitting ability. He has had the opportunity to form both games so far, but he hasn't been running except for one straight win in Southampton. South Africa can shoot to increase the odds of scoring against him.

Team news

Bairstow left the squad and began the Yorkshire mission in the pink ball championship game. Craig Overton is another uncaptained man, Chris Jordan is most likely to have an irregular game, and Sam Billings may also be pressured as deputy chief with the return of Alex Hales.

England (Possible): 1 Jason Roy, 2 Alex Alex, 3 Dawid Malan, 4 Eoin Morgan (capt), 5 Liam Livingstone, 6 Jos Buttler (wk), 7 Liam Dawson, 8 David Willey, 9 Craig Overton, 10 Liam Plunkett, 11 Tom Curran

South Africa was well balanced with attacks in Taunton and Morris won the Man-of-the-Match award. They did not change, but they were seduced by the temptation to regain Imran Tahir, the No. 1 T20 bowler.

South Africa (Possible): 1 JJ Smuts, 2 Reeza Hendricks, 3 AB de Villiers (capt), 4 David Miller, 5 Farhaan Berhardien, 6 Mangaliso Mosehle (wk), 7 Chris Morris, 8 Andile Phehlukwayo, 9 Morne Morkel, 10 Dane Paterson , 11 Tabraiz Shamsi / Imran Tahir

Pitch and condition

England will return to the spot of the Champions Trophy semi-final defeat and look forward to a fresh surface this time. Cardiff's short, straight boundaries are often relaxed for spin, and in the cool afternoons there is a chance of some rain, which can help the shimmer.

Statistics and common sense

quotes

"I've spent a lot of overball to limit my pace for the last two seasons, but I think I've gathered a yard. I'm getting stronger, knowing my behavior, and improving."
Tom Curran Still added speed to his bowling

"First there is the honor of South Africa and the honor of the international cricket game. A lot of people didn't have the dream we live in. But there was a lot for Russell. He is having a really hard time .. Coach, this is for you. Will be. "
Chris Morris Taunton of South Africa, Russell Domingo coach absent from home with offended mother

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