South Africa 382 for 4 decl (Amla 91, Bavuma 85) British Lions 266 for 4 decl (Westley 106, Ballance 56)
Scorecard and Breaking Details
The South African attack did not have many turnstiles in the column at the last competitive outing ahead of four test series against the British. South Africa's forefront Bowler denied only two batters from the British Lions after proclaiming at 4:00 pm on the night of 382.
Keaton Jennings had a hard day with the Morne Morkel. Chris Morris is one of the only professionals who is after Sam Robson. The Unis de Bruyn's middle speed claimed two other turnstiles, but Vernon Philander, who recovered from the ankle injury, stepped out of the game. South Africa hopes to be able to participate in the first exam.
Keshav Maharaj, South Africa's only expert spinner, did a decent workout and spent 18.1 over for 46 runs, while JP Duminy was expensive but flipped his arms. His 8 overover cost is 51. De Bruyn had seven overovers and showed more than his teammates. He earned lbw for both Gary Balance and Sam Billings. Ballance stood out ahead of the test for half a century and shared 136 third class stands with Tom Westley.
Overall, South Africa may not have been able to make all the preparations they hoped for in a rainy match. They had one blow, but the openers Heino Kuhn, Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma and Quinton de Kock were among the matches, but long-term whimsical captains Dean Elgar and Duminy did not make any money. Playing ahead of Aiden Marc Lam, he headed for the duck.
When a mild pitch appeared, bowlers were toil. Rabada in particular continued to have a dry patch on the tour. Fastballer managed eight turnstiles in six ODIs after South Africa arrived in the UK and released the T20I series, scoring 59 to 59 in 16 overovers. If Philander can't take over the field, it's up to Rabada to lead the attack in South Africa, and Morris seems to be the preferred all-rounder. Andile Phehluwakyo is also in the squad.
South Africa travels to London on Sunday and finishes the Lord's preparations with Russell Domingo coach at the camp. Domingo had to come home last week with a family emergency, but he will oversee the team when the series begins.
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