Nile, Tye wickets as South Africa score 108

Despite a tightly-fought series South Africa ran out 2-1 winners in the three-match one day series

Despite a tightly-fought series South Africa ran out 2-1 winners in the three-match one day series

"I still want to prove a point".

"The T20 World Cup is in Australia and that's not too far away, so hopefully we'll be back for that and that will probably be my last global tour I would think", Cricket.com.au quoted Du Plessis, as saying. "I feel like I'm hitting the ball quite well", the Queenslander said.

"There are guys like that in worldwide cricket (who enjoy the confrontation). If you don't rock up with your A game you get sorted out and South Africa have been on top of their A game". "One player we'll really miss is Hardik Pandya, who's had an injury because he gives that balance to the side as a bowler and a batsman which allows you to play that extra bowler. A lot of those tourists are from Sydney and Melbourne, so when we looked at it we thought "let's do something a bit different and bring another team there as well".

Lynn is desperate to find form against the Proteas.

The South Africans won their first ever bilateral ODI series against the Aussies (in Australia) back in January 2009 under former skipper, Johan Botha when they thrashed the Ricky Ponting-led side 4-1 to clinch the five-match ODI series in an emphatic fashion.

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"Especially for me, in my role, we'll bowl a spell of bouncers a game, a spell with the old ball just before the new ball, so I got all that practice in, got some miles in the legs". "That's just the way it goes - hopefully the luck of the bounce goes my way".

Global men's cricket hits the Gold Coast for the first time as Australia face off against South Africa in a one-off T20 worldwide. Otherwise, it may be a long summer against India.

"Obviously there's laws now where you can't cross that line, but if you're a personality that requires that to get the best out of yourself and therefore perform the best for the team, then by all means do that within the boundaries that are allowed".

Meanwhile, former Australian captain Kim Hughes has joined growing calls for a shake up of the domestic fixture, questioning the timing of the one-off T20I against South Africa and declaring it did not help the Test aspirations of an all-rounder he has mentored.

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