Former South Africa all-rounder and all-time legend of the game Jacques Kallis has backed his former teammate Hashim Amla to strike form soon. Amla off late has endured an inconsistent patch as he has struggled for runs in the last 12 months.
The writing was very much on the wall for Sri Lanka when they finished Day 4 on 240 for 5 in pursuit of chasing down an improbable total of 488 and it was only a matter of delaying the inevitable for the visitors. But
Chasing an improbable target of 488, inexperienced Sri Lankan batsmen have staged a great fightback in the first Test against South Africa but late wickets have made the hosts firm favourites to take a 1-0 lead in the series. At stumps, the visitors
Riding on Stephen Cook’s third Test century, South African have firmly taken the command of the first Test against Sri Lanka at Port Elizabeth. The hosts were 351 for 5 at stumps on day 3 with their overall extended to 432 runs.
Vernon Philander and Kyle Abbott wreaked havoc on Sri Lanka to help South Africa claw their way back into the match after the hosts were folded for 286 on Day 2 of the first Test at Port Elizabeth. The visitors were 181
Australia’s latest tormentor in Tests was none other than Kyle Abbott, as the South Africa pacer demolished the Australian batting line-up at Hobart. As a courtesy of Abbott’s impressive performance where he made the most out of the conditions on offer, South
Uncapped Theunis de Bruyn has been named in South Africa’s squad for the first two Tests against Sri Lanka, starting December 26. Meanwhile, fast-bowler Morne Morkel, who was in the squad for Australia series but didn’t get to play a single game,