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Pakistan vs South Africa 2nd T20 Live Streaming, 22 November 2013

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The second T20I between South Africa and Pakistan will be played on Friday at the beautiful Newlands stadium in Cape Town. South Africa scored a narrow win in the first fixture, thanks for Duckworth Lewis, after suffering at the hands of the Pakistan spin attack.

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South Africa have released Henry Davids from the squad, perhaps showing their intensions that they have decided on Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla to open the batting. They are a formidable pairing, both with the ability to score quickly, without taking many risks. The win last time out was achieved without the services of AB de Villiers, who is likely to return to the starting line-up after a well-earned rest. South Africa have adopted a rotation policy, which aims to give all the players in the squad playing time in the middle. David Wiese is the only players yet to get a game, and might replace Wayne Parnell. Wiese is a quality all-rounder, with the ability to clear the boundary with ease. The South African pace trio of Tsotsobe, Steyn and Morkel will once again play a huge role.

The pressure will be mounting on Mohammad Hafeez, he survived the Dale Steyn attack last time out, which will give him some confidence, but really needs a score to cement his spot as captain of the T20 side. Saeed Ajmal was left out in the opening game, the conditions were sighted as the reason. Seeing the way Hafeez and Afridi performed, Pakistan will have rued their decision, and he will find his way back into the starting line-up, perhaps at the cost of Bilawal Bhatti, who went at 8.75 runs per over in his debut in Johannesburg.

Pakistan will fancy their chances, particularly if South Africa continue to struggle against spin.

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