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South Africa V West Indies Match Information
South Africa V West Indies HEAD TO HEAD
1)WI VS RSA at Centurion, 28 January 2015
South africa – 361/5
Hashim amla – 133 runs
West Indies – 230/10
Andre Russell – 24 runs
Jason Holder – 2 wicket
Andre Russell – 3 wicket
2)WI VS RSA at Sydney, February 28 2015
South africa – 408/5
Hashim amla- 62 runs
Faf du plesis- 65 runs
Imran tahir- 5 wickets
West Indies – 151/10
Jason Holder – 56 runs + 1 wicket
Andre Russell – 2 wicket
Chris Gayle – 2 wicket
3)WI VS RSA at Basseterre, Jun 15, 2016
South africa – 343/4
Hashim amla – 110 runs
Q de kock – 71 runs
Chris Morris – 40 runs
Faf du plesis- 73 runs
Imran tahir – 7 wickets
Tabraiz Shamsi- 2 wicket
West Indies – 204/10
4)WI VS RSA at Providence, 3 June 2016
South africa – 188/10
Q de kock – 30 runs
Hashim amla – 20 runs
Imran tahir – 2 wicket
West Indies – 191/6
Darren bravo- 30 runs
Carlos Braithwaite – 2 wicket
5)WI VS RSA at Bridgetown, 24 June 2016
West Indies – 285/10
Darren bravo- 102 runs
Jason Holder – 40 runs + 1 wicket
Carlos Braithwaite – 2 wicket
South africa – 185/10
Kagiso rabada – 3 wicket
Chris Morris – 3 wicket
(Most of the players are not in the squad)
Hashim amla vs Kemar roach(6-7-1)
Q de kock vs Jason Holder (19-31-2)
Faf du plesis vs shannon gabriel(1-4-1)
David Miller vs Jason Holder (51-30-2)
JP duminy vs Jason Holder (10-26-2)
Chris Gayle vs Chris Morris (5-3-1)
Darren bravo vs Chris Morris (29-36-1)
Jason Holder vs Imran tahir(47-48-1)
Andre Russell vs Imran tahir (2-11-2)
Southampton (RBS) has hosted 11 ODI matches since 2010. The rest of the metrics in this section will look at those matches.
309 is the average first innings score at Southampton (RBS) in matches where the full 50 overs were available. Over 300 has scored 5 times in ODIs here since 2010. 373, 288 and 330 were the last 3 first innings scores here.
44% of runs here have been scored in boundaries. Batsmen at Southampton (RBS) strike at 95.7 run per hundred balls against pace bowlers. This compared to a strike rate of 94.8 against spin.
The team batting first won the last 7 out the last 11 completed matches played at Southampton (RBS).
Their last match was washed out before the first innings was completed.
West Indies have won 5 of their last 9 completed ODI matches.
They beat Pakistan in their last match. They bowled well to restrict Pakistan to 105 for 10. They then chased this score down to win the match.
Chris Gayle was the top run scorer with 50 off 34 balls. Nicholas Pooran scored 34 off 19 balls. The next highest score was 11 by Shai Hope.
Andre Russell was the pick of the bowlers. He took 2 for 4 off 3.0 overs. Carlos Brathwaite also bowled well. He went for 0.0 an over. Sheldon Cottrell took 1 wicket and had an economy rate of 0.0.
South Africa Probable XI
- Q De Cock-68-6-51-121-94
- H Amla-13-14-59-25-8
- F Du Plesis-5-24-43-36-57
- RVD Dussen-50-28-50-2-32
- D Miller-25-41-25-4-31
- JP Duminy-8-0-31-1-5 wkts-0-0-1-0-0
- A Phehlukwayo-24-0-0-38-2 wkts-1-1-2-0-0
- C Morris-4-0-14-14-37 wkts-0-1-1-0-0
- K Rabada-2-3-1-3-1
- I Tahir-2-2-2-2-3
- T Shamsi-1-1-1-3-0
Bench:-D Pretorius, B Hendricks, A Markram
West Indies Probable XI
- C Gayle-50-77-162-50-135
- E Lewis-13-12-17-27-66
- S Hope-11-74-87-30-109
- N Pooran-34-0
- S Hetmyer-7-11-6-104-20
- A Russel-0-13-41-20-7 wkts-2-1-0-2-2
- J Holder-0-0-62-36-4 wkts-3-0-1-1-0
- C Brathwaite-0-0-50-13-3 wkts-0-2-2-1-0
- A Nurse-0-0-3-0-0
- S Cottrell-1-0-1-0-1
- O Thomas-0-5-2-1-1
Bench:- F Allen, K Roach, S Gabriel, D Bravo
Windies made a stupendous start to the 2019 edition of the World Cup in England and Wales. The Jason Holder-captained team beat Pakistan by seven wickets but slumped to a 15-run defeat versus Australia at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Their next match is against South Africa on Monday, June 10 at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. The Proteas, on the other hand, has had a terrible time in the mega event.
They are placed ninth in the points table, having lost all their first three matches. Faf du Plessis’ men have been fighting with some injury concerns and they need to get back to winning ways. In the World Cup, the Windies and South Aftica faced six times and the latter came out trumps as many as four times. However, back in 2003, it was the last time when the Caribbean team got the better of the Proteas.
The pitch is expected to be good for batting. Due to the gloomy conditions, batting is likely to be a tad difficult in the beginning. Nevertheless, the strip is likely to ease out as the encounter progresses. And with chances of rain, the DLS Method may come in to come into play as well. Hence, for the time being, it’s safe to field first after winning the toss.
Another day when there are chances of rain throughout the entire day. The clouds are expected to hover above the stadium for the entire match. The atmosphere will be nice and cool with the numbers between the 12 degrees Celsius and 16 degrees Celsius. The conditions will be overcast and bowlers are likely to get help. The humidity will be in the 70s and 80s during game time.
The Proteas have got themselves into a frenzy by losing three games in a row in the World Cup 2019. The qualifications scenario gets that much more tough for them now and they’ve got to win at least five of their remaining six games to qualify for the semi-finals. South Africa will be facing the mighty Windies in their next game.
The team from the Caribbean has been playing excellent cricket in the tournament. They have themselves to blame for the loss against Australia. But, they will be eager to come back strong and get back to the winning ways. Batting hasn’t really fired for South Africa in this tournament and that is one department where amends are required. They will be equally keen to get their first win of the mega-event.
Captain and Vice-Captain for Dream11 Fantasy
Faf du Plessis
The 34-year-old has found it difficult from the captaincy point of view. And, he has had his travails in batting as well. In his last two matches, he got out to the spinners- Mehidy Hasan and Yuzvendra Chahal. Against India, he tried to put his head down for 38, but couldn’t carry on. The Windies bowling attack will pose a threat to him and the Proteas captain will have a task on his hands.
Dream11 Credits: 10
Amla has played a couple of games and hasn’t got going by any means. He had a torrid start after being hit on the head by Jofra Archer. He came to bat lower down the order but got out. Even versus India, he couldn’t handle the pace and bounce of Jasprit Bumrah. The likes of Oshane Thomas and Sheldon Cottrell are likely to pepper him with bouncers and Amla needs to weather the storm.
Dream11 Credits: 9
The 39-year-old Chris Gayle made a thunderous start courtesy of a half-century against Pakistan. However, Mitchell Starc exposed his shortcoming against raw pace last time. Gayle used the DRS to overturn a couple of decisions, but Starc eventually nipped him out. The Jamaican needs to be careful, especially while facing Kagiso Rabada, who has the potential to get early wickets.
Dream11 Credits: 10
Quinton de Kock
De Kock has been in fine form this year and started the World Cup with a 68 versus England, though his team lost. Thereafter, he had a couple of indifferent outings, having gotten out cheaply. The southpaw also looked a tad vulnerable, playing the moving ball and fell prey to Jasprit Bumrah at the same venue. The 26-year-old will be keen to get back his rhythm at the earliest.
Dream11 Credits: 10
Shai Hope has scored a truckload of runs over the last few matches in the ODI format and is a fulcrum of the Windies batting lineup. After failing against Pakistan, he got a well-compiled fifty in the next match. Meanwhile, the 25-year-old needs to accelerate a wee bit when the required rate goes up. The Windies will be hoping for the youngster to play another knock of substance.
Dream11 Credits: 9.5
Pooran is someone, who doesn’t have any fear while unleashing his range of strokes. After an unbeaten 34 versus Pakistan, the left-hander notched 40 against the Aussies. In the second game, Pooran had the chance of taking his team home but perished to the leg-spin of Adam Zampa. The Trinidadian has loads of potential and he can be a threat to the South Africans.
Dream11 Credits: 8.5
Final picks for your Dream11 Fantasy team
For Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Captain – Faf du Plessis | Vice-Captain – Shai Hope
For Grand/Mega Leagues:
Captain – Hashim Amla | Vice-Captain – Nicholas Pooran
*Disclaimer: These picks were made based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.
South Africa V West Indies Power Picks
Quinton de Kock– South Africa | Chris Gayle – Windies
South Africa V West Indies Flop Players
South Africa V West Indies Grand League Team
- Q De Cock(wk)
- S Hope(wk)
- D Miller
- RVD Dussen(vc)
- C Gayle(c)
- A Phehlukwayo
- A Russel
- J Holder
- I Tahir
- K Rabada
- O Thomas
My Fab11 Team