South Africa’s T20 World Cup Squad

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, February 15th, 2016 | 0

T20 World Cup 2016 South Africa Team Squad

South Africa is one of the most experienced team in this year T20 world cup. They have some powerful consistency performer, who can lead team South Africa to win their first ever ICC trophy. Faf du Plessis is replaced on AB de Villiers in the captaincy. As was the captain in all format and which makes him extra pressure. That’s why the quickest centurion in the history did’t perform well in recent past.

  1. Faf du Plessis © –              Right      Right-arm leg break
  2. Kyle Abbott –              Right      Right-arm fast medium
  3. Hashim Amla –              Right      Right-arm medium
  4. Farhaan Behardien –              Right      Right-arm medium
  5. Quinton de Kock (wk) –              Wicket Keeper
  6. AB de Villiers –              Right      Right-arm medium
  7. JP Duminy –              Right-arm off break
  8. Imran Tahir –              Right-arm leg break
  9. David Miller –              Right-arm off break
  10. Chris Morris –              Right-arm medium
  11. Aaron Phangiso –              Left-arm orthodox spin
  12. Kagiso Rabada –              Right-arm fast
  13. Rilee Rossouw –              Right-arm off break
  14. Dale Steyn –              Right-arm fast
  15. David Wiese –              Right-arm medium-fast

Except this Hashim Amla and opener de Kock is in extreme form. JP Duminy is one of their best T20 specialist belong with Killer Miller. Farhaan Behardien, Rising Star Kagiso Rabada might also play important role.   Dale Steyn will lead the pace bowling attack belong with Imran Tahir with his leg spine.

Except there experience to play any world cup final, South Africa Haven’t any weakness on their line ups. So far

Below player will be the key player for South Africa.

  • Batting: du Plessis, AB de Villiers, de Kock
  • Bowling: Steyn, Tahir, Morkel


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This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug

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