3rd T20, South Africa vs India, Prediction, India tour of South Africa, 2017-18
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T20 is the most unpredictable format of the game. Things can change in just two-three deliveries. But such is the level of confidence of this Indian team that they even dominated the T20 opener. Apart from Reeza Hendricks’ 50-ball 70, the hosts had very little to show for. India, meanwhile, found another hero in Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who flummoxed the South Africa batting with his knuckleball.
But more than Kumar’s five wickets and another Shikhar Dhawan charge at the top, the first T20 international was about India forcing South Africa to play into their hands. Ruffled by India’s command, the hosts tried the short ball as a counter-ploy, only to see their plans go haywire. Over 66 per cent of their deliveries had been dug in short, and they conceded 20 fours and seven sixes in 20 overs.
A quagmire of uncertainty
So, the second T20I at Centurion on Wednesday arrives at a time when the Saffers seem to have caught in the quagmire of uncertainty. Their selectors are being criticised over Aiden Markram’s elevation to stand-in skipper. Their top order looks iffy and middle order brittle. Bowlers, too, are inconsistent.
From the first Test to the first T20 international, the Indian bowlers have accounted for 122 Proteas scalps. South Africa, on the other hand, have taken 92 Indian wickets. After the Test series, they have failed to bowl out the tourists even once. And unless they regain their mojo at the soonest, India would run away with the T20 series win as well.
John Wright in his book, Indian Summers, had written about how the Indian players’ body language used to change as soon as they took a flight to overseas. That was the turn of the century; Wright’s bedding in period as India coach. By the time he signed off in 2005, India had won Test series in Pakistan, drew with England and the all-conquering Australia in their lairs and also reached the 2003 World Cup final. A team that Sourav Ganguly bestrode, with Wright providing the backroom assistance, had set the benchmark for success on foreign soil.
South Africa vs India
South Africa vs India