Ahead of the pre-World Cup warm-up matches, South African captain Faf du Plessis has hinted their playing XI structure for the initial period of the upcoming Cricket World Cup. A total of top ten teams are ready to participate in the 2019
The skipper of the Cape Cobras over the years Jean-Paul Duminy calls curtains on his domestic cricket ahead of the ICC World Cup 2019. JP Duminy recently announced his retirement plan from the ODI format after the ICC World Cup 2019 and
Reliable South African middle-order batsman JP Duminy has announced his retirement from international cricket following the conclusion of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. The southpaw is expected to be part of the South Africa bound squad for the quadrennial event. JP
The stylish southpaw JP Duminy, who called curtains on his Test career in 2017, took a decision to call it quits on his ODI career as well. The nonchalant striker of the ball will retire from the ODI format of the game
South Africa Cricket team have added Aiden Markram, JP Duminy and Hashim Amla in the squad for the last two one-day internationals of the five-match series against Sri Lanka. Meanwhile, the hosts have already wrapped up the series, with a 71-run win
The debate over the longevity of Test cricket will go on for sometime. But according to the senior South Africa batsman JP Duminy, it is the ultimate satisfaction for any individual. Like many other cricketers, batting all-rounderDuminy too hung up his boots
Sri Lanka and South Africa will lock horns in the final ODI in the capital of the country, Colombo. The series stands at 3-1, therefore it is going to be another dead rubber in the series. Sportzwiki brings you the Match Preview.
South Africa’s wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock and southpaw batsman JP Duminy will hold team’s captaincy reins in absence of Faf du Plessis. The Proteas full-time skipper had suffered his shoulder injury in the third One Day International against Sri Lanka at Pallekele.
South Africa cruised to 78 runs win in the third ODI against Sri Lanka to take an impregnable lead of 3-0 in the five-match series. The Proteas put a gargantuan total of 363 runs on the board after they were put into
South Africa won the first One-Day International comfortably as they cruised to a five-wicket win over Sri Lanka with 114 balls to spare. Thus, it was a perfect start for the visitors after they faced defeat in the Test series. Angelo Mathews