Pakistan vs South Africa 5th ODI Live Streaming – 24-03-013
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We move to Willowmoore Park in Benoni for the final and series deciding ODI between South Africa and Pakistan. Pakistan brought their A game in the fourth ODI, leveling the series 2-2 in Durban. Winner takes all then in Benoni, and not just a series win, but bucket loads of self-confidence looking forward to the ICC Champions Trophy in June.
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South Africa may be without key opener and previous ODI captain Graeme Smith, after a recurrence of a ankle injury which he previously had surgery on. This will be a huge blow to South Africa, losing al that experience in the top order. This will pile on the pressure for Hashim Amla, to lead the youngsters at the top of the order. Quinton de Kock may well be intrusted to open the innings along with Hashim Amla. A huge chance for the youngster, will the pressure of “finals cricket” get to him? Morne Morkel is said to be nearly 100& fit, and we might see him return to the line-up, at perhaps the cost of Tsotsobe, who hasn’t been near to his best in this series.
Pakistan look by far the most settled of the two sides. Farhat grabbed his chance at the top of the order replacing Jamshed in the previous match. He gave the top order stability, and nearly batted through the innings. This is what Pakistan has been lacking in the top order. Add their superb bowling line-up, and you have a world beating side, if they all play to their ability. They will be full of confidence, and will be going all out for the series win.
South Africa have lost only one of their previous seven fixtures in Benoni, against Sri Lanka back in 2002. The last match played in Benoni, South Africa amassed 399/6 in their fifty over, albeit against minnows Zimbabwe.
Look out for a high scoring affair, and if Umar Gull will be fit, I feel Pakistan will hold the edge with a much more disciplined bowling attack.