ICC Champions Trophy 2017: India vs South Africa Live Streaming

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OVAL – Disgruntled India will take on wounded South Africa in the virtual quarter-final, the second-last Group B game of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, June 11, at the Kennington, Oval.

The match is scheduled to begin at 10:30 local time (09:30 GMT| 2:30 PKT).
This time jinx is against India as they have never won a major tournament after losing against Sri Lanka. But they have all the odds of winning this game because their so far record against South Africa are very good in ICC tournaments.

South Africa, AB de Villiers especially, have been losing their way when looking to impose themselves. It left them in a crisis against Pakistan and vulnerable against Sri Lanka.

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Live Streaming

They can draw heart from the fact that their bowlers bailed them out against Sri Lanka, and even Pakistan’s chase of 220 didn’t look quite straightforward when rain brought a premature end to the match.

Still, should they find themselves batting first again, and should they get off to a good start, will they have the heart to risk a sub-300 total against the chasing might of India in an attempt to go for their preferred 350?

 


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There will be a big temptation to finally play R Ashwin: South Africa have three left-hand batsmen in the top six. Having said that, three left-hand batsmen plus Thisara Perera didn’t get Ashwin a game against Sri Lanka. Having failed to defend 321, though, India might be forced to think differently. If they do, it becomes interesting again if they do it at the expense of Ravindra Jadeja, who went for 52 in eight overs at the same venue. They lose out on a gun fielder should they do that, but Jadeja is now without a three-wicket haul for 23 ODI innings. They might think of two spinners too because India’s quicks generally haven’t done well against South Africa. Umesh Yadav had a poor day against Sri Lanka, and he might be the one to miss out.

India (possible) 1 Rohit Sharma, 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Yuvraj Singh, 5 Hardik Pandya, 6 MS Dhoni (wk), 7 Kedar Jadhav, 8 Ravindra Jadeja, 9 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 10 Umesh Yadav, 11 Jasprit Bumrah

South Africa might not hit the panic button when it comes to selection even though JP Duminy has scored only four fifties and averages only 30 since the 2015 World Cup. Farhaan Behardien hasn’t lit up the stage either. There are options, though, for Wayne Parnell, who doesn’t have a great record against India: the economy rate of 7.4 and average of 81.4. If they get more adventurous, South Africa could think of the left-arm spin of Keshav Maharaj.

South Africa (possible): 1 Hashim Amla, 2 Quinton de Kock (wk), 3 Faf du Plessis, 4 AB de Villiers (capt), 5 David Miller, 6 JP Duminy, 7 Chris Morris, 8 Wayne Parnell/Andile Phehlukwayo 9 Kagiso Rabada, 10 Morne Morkel, 11 Imran Tahir



With inputs from Cricinfo

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