At Kingsmead women, Sri Lanka did not know they were effective against South African combatants. Then, Kusal Perera, who had excellence with battleship, was a demonstration to everyone – even even himself – he took away his / her; game from the guests.
At St George's Park now – a place where they have won five of the six most recent (bucks in the other) – South Africa has come together This team can sometimes be cited by the skilled team called Sri Lanka. No, at least, without the hope of Captain Faf du Plessis.
With South Africa has ever been throwing test lines to Australia and England at home, they must now prepare for the defense of the superintendent, against a team that they hope to send their final surprise. The last time Sri Lanka was on this shore, in 2016/17, were taken to 3-0 side.
"We are very proud of our registration – we have made sure we have consolidated our home," said Du Plessis on the afternoon of the second Test. "For the last two years or so, I do not think we played a bad game against Sri Lanka at home. But we need to be better for hitting.
"They were amazed at the way they played in Durban, but here there will be a slight move. In Durban, there is not a lot of it. Kingsmead has always made five quiz for spinning. Here, although the spinning machine plays a job, I do not think it will be a lot of help. "
The lack of a version may help a climber on the left of Sri Lanka is absent Lasith Embuldeniya (in addition to Keshav Maharaj, South Africa, in fact), but South Africa needs to keep up with Vishwa Fernando, who took eight wings in her; first Test, as well as Kasun Rajitha. Quinton of Kock after his first day at Kingsmead said that the women were "surprised" to be in a position, making South African combatants, who had never previously played. This time, Du Plessis, said the main order would be ready.
"It's an international cricket nature, and I see it's a great deal that new bowds do well. If you are a & Players archers for the first time there is an element of the unidentified thing and a surprise, where it gives you a little while, "said Du Plessis. The jobs do not know them as well as they should still be there "Call it" at first. Batters must play each other to set up plans. There's a lot of talk about getting to # 39; play the new people better. "
St George's Park grass had a healthy cover on the afternoon of the game, but Du Plessis was aware of Port Elizabeth's famous wind. dry the surface when the game starts.
It seems that the grass seems to look a bit dry for a day or two before the game, but it's a wind, when it goes; flow like today, turn it tidy. So, the builder tends to keep his / her; Most of the sound before the Test game and then come to a decision on a morning; game. . "