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Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 4 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 4 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series





Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 4 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

That India are a dominant force in Test cricket at home goes without saying, and another example of that was seen in Visakhapatnam where they handed South Africa a 203-run defeat to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

However it wasn’t the usual comfortable ride for Virat Kohli’s side, who now turn to Pune, which is a ground where they’ve enjoyed a lot of success, and will look to wrap up the series with a game in hand. And South Africa to India’s advantage, don’t seem to be the most daunting oppositions.

For India, the chance taken on Rohit Sharma at the top of the order paid off handsomely as he smashed back to back centuries alongside Mayank Agarwal who’s riding equally high on confidence after his double century.

In Pune, the dynamic Indian batting lineup that follows the openers with the likes Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari will definitely look to keep the Proteas out on the field for as long as they can.

However, they will be vary of the collapse they suffered in 2017 against Australia, where a rank turner back fired allowing Nathan Lyon to have the last laugh.

India boast off two seasoned spinners in R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, and one expects that Kohli will need them to do the bulk of the bowling over the course of the game.

If the spin twins weren’t terrifying enough for the South Africans, Mohammed Shami’s mastery with the semi new and old ball on dry tracks is slowly attaining legendary status and will have left it scars on the visitors.

What makes Shami stand apart is his ability to do it regularly when situations look hopeless.

“He is someone who can change the complexion of the match totally when you don’t see it coming. His skill is obviously there for everyone to see. Especially, in the second innings, when the situations are difficult he comes in and does the job everytime. It’s great,” said Kohli.

Players accepting responsibilities at different stages of the game is something that has “amazed” the captain.

While there has been sporadic rain with forecast of further downpour during the course of the match, the skipper didn’t seem very interested in changing his team combination.

Ishant Sharma was steady through the duration of the first Test, which means Faf du Plessis and co will really need to up the grit quotient they showed in the first innings in Vizag if they’re to get a positive result in Pune.

Such was their impact that Jasprit Bumrah was hardly missed despite his phenomenal presence in red ball cricket over the last 18 months.

For the Proteas, getting Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar to do what they did in Vizag again will be extremely important and Faf will hope that doggedness rubs off on the likes of Aiden Markam at the top of the order too. The skipper himself could do with a little luck too and won’t mind a belter of a surface in Pune.

While India are unlikely to make any changes in their eleven, the South African think tank could be tempted to drop one of Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt, who were taken to the cleaners by the Indian batsmen and bring in Lungi Ngidi, a surprise exclusion in the first Test.

Faf won’t want to play into Rohit’s arc like he did in the first Test as the Mumbaikar took a liking to the spinners and smashed a world record 13 sixes in the game.

South Africa without any doubts are missing the dynamism a Dale Steyn or Hashim Amla bring to the table, and Faf is well aware of how one wrong decision could make the already difficult task a whole lot tougher for his side.

To his credit however, the young side have shown grit and a hunger to take on what’s thrown at them in this difficult period, but India in India are a different proposition altogether.

Hence for South Africa to come away unscathed, Faf and the think tank will have to dot the i’s and cross the t’s to perfection – much like how the hosts are going about their business.

Teams:

India (XI) Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal, Chesteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami.

South Africa: Faf du Plessis (captain), Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock (wk), Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Vernon Philander, Lungi Ngidi, Dane Piedt, Senuran Muthusamy, Zubayr Hamza, Heinrich Klaasen, Anrich Nortje.

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Qatar vs Jersey 2nd T20 Cricket Match Live Streaming





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LIVE BWF World Junior Championships 2019 – TEAM Finals

LIVE BWF World Junior Championships 2019 – TEAM Finals





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Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 3 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 3 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series





Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 3 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

That India are a dominant force in Test cricket at home goes without saying, and another example of that was seen in Visakhapatnam where they handed South Africa a 203-run defeat to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

However it wasn’t the usual comfortable ride for Virat Kohli’s side, who now turn to Pune, which is a ground where they’ve enjoyed a lot of success, and will look to wrap up the series with a game in hand. And South Africa to India’s advantage, don’t seem to be the most daunting oppositions.

For India, the chance taken on Rohit Sharma at the top of the order paid off handsomely as he smashed back to back centuries alongside Mayank Agarwal who’s riding equally high on confidence after his double century.

In Pune, the dynamic Indian batting lineup that follows the openers with the likes Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari will definitely look to keep the Proteas out on the field for as long as they can.

However, they will be vary of the collapse they suffered in 2017 against Australia, where a rank turner back fired allowing Nathan Lyon to have the last laugh.

India boast off two seasoned spinners in R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, and one expects that Kohli will need them to do the bulk of the bowling over the course of the game.

If the spin twins weren’t terrifying enough for the South Africans, Mohammed Shami’s mastery with the semi new and old ball on dry tracks is slowly attaining legendary status and will have left it scars on the visitors.

What makes Shami stand apart is his ability to do it regularly when situations look hopeless.

“He is someone who can change the complexion of the match totally when you don’t see it coming. His skill is obviously there for everyone to see. Especially, in the second innings, when the situations are difficult he comes in and does the job everytime. It’s great,” said Kohli.

Players accepting responsibilities at different stages of the game is something that has “amazed” the captain.

While there has been sporadic rain with forecast of further downpour during the course of the match, the skipper didn’t seem very interested in changing his team combination.

Ishant Sharma was steady through the duration of the first Test, which means Faf du Plessis and co will really need to up the grit quotient they showed in the first innings in Vizag if they’re to get a positive result in Pune.

Such was their impact that Jasprit Bumrah was hardly missed despite his phenomenal presence in red ball cricket over the last 18 months.

For the Proteas, getting Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar to do what they did in Vizag again will be extremely important and Faf will hope that doggedness rubs off on the likes of Aiden Markam at the top of the order too. The skipper himself could do with a little luck too and won’t mind a belter of a surface in Pune.

While India are unlikely to make any changes in their eleven, the South African think tank could be tempted to drop one of Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt, who were taken to the cleaners by the Indian batsmen and bring in Lungi Ngidi, a surprise exclusion in the first Test.

Faf won’t want to play into Rohit’s arc like he did in the first Test as the Mumbaikar took a liking to the spinners and smashed a world record 13 sixes in the game.

South Africa without any doubts are missing the dynamism a Dale Steyn or Hashim Amla bring to the table, and Faf is well aware of how one wrong decision could make the already difficult task a whole lot tougher for his side.

To his credit however, the young side have shown grit and a hunger to take on what’s thrown at them in this difficult period, but India in India are a different proposition altogether.

Hence for South Africa to come away unscathed, Faf and the think tank will have to dot the i’s and cross the t’s to perfection – much like how the hosts are going about their business.

Teams:

India (XI) Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal, Chesteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami.

South Africa: Faf du Plessis (captain), Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock (wk), Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Vernon Philander, Lungi Ngidi, Dane Piedt, Senuran Muthusamy, Zubayr Hamza, Heinrich Klaasen, Anrich Nortje.

BWF World Junior Championship 2019 ( Individual ) – Live Score Badminton

BWF World Junior Championship 2019 ( Individual ) – Live Score Badminton





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INA C5 : https://youtu.be/HJ2OAC565LY

Draw Semi Finals
BWF World Junior Championship 2019
Individual

COURT 1

XD-U19
Leo Rolly CARNANDO/Indah Cahya Sari JAMIL [1]🇮🇩 vs JIANG Zhen Bang/LI Yi Jing [4]🇨🇳
RANK : 1-8
( 23-21, 12-21, 21-19 )

MS-U19
Kunlavut VITIDSARN [1]🇹🇭 vs Yonathan RAMLIE [13]🇮🇩
RANK : 1-17
H2H : 1-0

WS-U19
Phittayaporn CHAIWAN [1]🇹🇭 vs Riko GUNJI [7]🇯🇵
RANK : 1-8
H2H : 2-0

MD-U19
DI Zi Jian/WANG Chang [1]🇨🇳 vs Takuma KAWAMOTO/Tsubasa KAWAMURA [6]🇯🇵
RANK : 1-12
H2H : 3-0

WD-U19
Kaho OSAWA/Hinata SUZUKI [13]🇯🇵 vs LIN Fang Ling/ZHOU Xin Ru [4]🇨🇳
RANK : 32-14
H2H : 0-0

= COURT 5 =

XD-U19
Ratchapol MAKKASASITHORN/Benyapa AIMSAARD [3]🇹🇭 vs FENG Yan Zhe/LIN Fang Ling [2]🇨🇳
RANK : 5-3
( 17-21, 14-21 )

WS-U19
DAI Wang [11]🇨🇳 vs ZHOU Meng [2]🇨🇳
RANK : 16-2
( 16-21, 14-21 )

MS-U19
LI Yun Ze [4]🇨🇳 vs Christo POPOV [10]🇫🇷
RANK : 6-12
H2H : 1-0

WD-U19
Febriana Dwipuji KUSUMA/Amalia Cahaya PRATIWI [3]🇮🇩 vs LI Yi Jing/LUO Xu Min [2]🇨🇳
RANK : 4-2
H2H : 0-0

MD-U19
DAI En Yi/FENG Yan Zhe [3]🇨🇳 vs Leo Rolly CARNANDO/Daniel MARTHIN [2]🇮🇩
RANK : 5-2
H2H : 1-1

Mumbai vs Karnataka ,Bengal vs Bihar ,Kashmir vs Madhya Pradesh live Vijay Hazare Trophy

Mumbai vs Karnataka ,Bengal vs Bihar ,Kashmir vs Madhya Pradesh live Vijay Hazare Trophy





jammu and Kashmir vs Madhya Pradesh, Round 12, Elite Group C Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019 VHT ODD – Cricket Prediction Tips For Today’s Match JAM vs MP at Jaipur

Karnataka (Playing XI): Lokesh Rahul, Devdutt Padikkal, Karun Nair, Manish Pandey(c), Shreyas Gopal, Sharath BR(w), Krishnappa Gowtham, Abhimanyu Mithun, Ronit More, Rohan Kadam, Prasidh Krishna

Mumbai (Playing XI): Yashasvi Jaiswal, Aditya Tare(w), Siddhesh Lad, Shreyas Iyer(c), Suryakumar Yadav, Shivam Dube, Dhawal Kulkarni, Shardul Thakur, Shams Mulani, Tushar Deshpande, Dhrumil Matkar

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Delhi vs Odisha, Round 9, Elite Group A and B – Live Cricket Score, Commentary

Delhi (Playing XI): Hiten Dalal, Kunwar Bidhuri, Anuj Rawat(w), Dhruv Shorey(c), Nitish Rana, Himmat Singh, Manan Sharma, Pawan Negi, Lalit Yadav, Navdeep Saini, Simarjeet Singh
Odisha (Playing XI): Sandeep Pattnaik, Subhranshu Senapati(c), Govinda Poddar, Abhishek Yadav, Abhishek Raut, Sujit Lenka(w), Deepak Behera, Pappu Roy, Suryakant Pradhan, Shantanu Mishra, Rajesh Mohanty

Bengal vs Bihar, Round 12, Elite Group C Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019 VHT ODD – Cricket Prediction Tips For Today’s Match BEN vs BIH at Jaipur

Bihar (Playing XI): S Gani, Shasheem Rathour, Babul Kumar, Sachin Kumar, MD Rahmatullah, Vikash Ranjan(w), Ashutosh Aman(c), Nikku Singh, Shashi Shekhar, Sarfaraz Ashraf, Vipul Krishna

Bengal (Playing XI): Shreevats Goswami(w), Abhimanyu Easwaran(c), Abhishek Raman, Manoj Tiwary, Shahbaz Ahmed, Akash Deep, Sayan Ghosh, Agniv Pan, Ritwik Chowdhury, Arnab Nandi, Ishan Porel

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Services vs Gujarat, Round 12, Elite Group C – Live Cricket Score, Commentary

Services (Playing XI): Nakul Harpal Verma(w), Ravi Chauhan, Gahlaut Rahul Singh, Rajat Paliwal(c), Mohit Ahlawat, Nakul Sharma, Pulkit Narang, Arjun Sharma, Trivendra Kumar, Varun Choudhary, Diwesh Pathania
Gujarat (Playing XI): Parthiv Patel(w/c), Priyank Panchal, Dhruv Raval, Axar Patel, Bhargav Merai, Manprit Juneja, Piyush Chawla, Roosh Kalaria, Rujul Bhatt, Arzan Nagwaswalla, Hardik Patel

Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 2 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 2 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series





Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 2 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

That India are a dominant force in Test cricket at home goes without saying, and another example of that was seen in Visakhapatnam where they handed South Africa a 203-run defeat to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

However it wasn’t the usual comfortable ride for Virat Kohli’s side, who now turn to Pune, which is a ground where they’ve enjoyed a lot of success, and will look to wrap up the series with a game in hand. And South Africa to India’s advantage, don’t seem to be the most daunting oppositions.

For India, the chance taken on Rohit Sharma at the top of the order paid off handsomely as he smashed back to back centuries alongside Mayank Agarwal who’s riding equally high on confidence after his double century.

In Pune, the dynamic Indian batting lineup that follows the openers with the likes Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari will definitely look to keep the Proteas out on the field for as long as they can.

However, they will be vary of the collapse they suffered in 2017 against Australia, where a rank turner back fired allowing Nathan Lyon to have the last laugh.

India boast off two seasoned spinners in R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, and one expects that Kohli will need them to do the bulk of the bowling over the course of the game.

If the spin twins weren’t terrifying enough for the South Africans, Mohammed Shami’s mastery with the semi new and old ball on dry tracks is slowly attaining legendary status and will have left it scars on the visitors.

What makes Shami stand apart is his ability to do it regularly when situations look hopeless.

“He is someone who can change the complexion of the match totally when you don’t see it coming. His skill is obviously there for everyone to see. Especially, in the second innings, when the situations are difficult he comes in and does the job everytime. It’s great,” said Kohli.

Players accepting responsibilities at different stages of the game is something that has “amazed” the captain.

While there has been sporadic rain with forecast of further downpour during the course of the match, the skipper didn’t seem very interested in changing his team combination.

Ishant Sharma was steady through the duration of the first Test, which means Faf du Plessis and co will really need to up the grit quotient they showed in the first innings in Vizag if they’re to get a positive result in Pune.

Such was their impact that Jasprit Bumrah was hardly missed despite his phenomenal presence in red ball cricket over the last 18 months.

For the Proteas, getting Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar to do what they did in Vizag again will be extremely important and Faf will hope that doggedness rubs off on the likes of Aiden Markam at the top of the order too. The skipper himself could do with a little luck too and won’t mind a belter of a surface in Pune.

While India are unlikely to make any changes in their eleven, the South African think tank could be tempted to drop one of Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt, who were taken to the cleaners by the Indian batsmen and bring in Lungi Ngidi, a surprise exclusion in the first Test.

Faf won’t want to play into Rohit’s arc like he did in the first Test as the Mumbaikar took a liking to the spinners and smashed a world record 13 sixes in the game.

South Africa without any doubts are missing the dynamism a Dale Steyn or Hashim Amla bring to the table, and Faf is well aware of how one wrong decision could make the already difficult task a whole lot tougher for his side.

To his credit however, the young side have shown grit and a hunger to take on what’s thrown at them in this difficult period, but India in India are a different proposition altogether.

Hence for South Africa to come away unscathed, Faf and the think tank will have to dot the i’s and cross the t’s to perfection – much like how the hosts are going about their business.

Teams:

India (XI) Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal, Chesteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami.

South Africa: Faf du Plessis (captain), Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock (wk), Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Vernon Philander, Lungi Ngidi, Dane Piedt, Senuran Muthusamy, Zubayr Hamza, Heinrich Klaasen, Anrich Nortje.

BWF World Junior Championship 2019 ( Individual ) – Live Score Badminton

BWF World Junior Championship 2019 ( Individual ) – Live Score Badminton





Draw Quarter Finals
BWF World Junior Championship 2019

XD-U19
Leo Rolly CARNANDO/Indah Cahya Sari JAMIL [1]🇮🇩 va LUI Chun Wai/LEUNG Sze Lok🇭🇰

WS-U19
DAI Wang [11]🇨🇳 vs HUNG En-Tzu [12]🇹🇼

WD-U19
Melani MAMAHIT/Tryola NADIA [7]🇮🇩 vs LI Yi Jing/LUO Xu Min [2]🇨🇳

XD-U19
KO Shing Hei/YEUNG Pui Lam🇭🇰 vs FENG Yan Zhe/LIN Fang Ling [2]🇨🇳

MS-U19
Kunlavut VITIDSARN [1]🇹🇭 vs Bobby SETIABUDI [6]🇮🇩

MD-U19
LIU De Wei/ZHENG Xun Jin🇨🇳 vs Takuma KAWAMOTO/Tsubasa KAWAMURA [6]🇯🇵

MS-U19
Yonathan RAMLIE [13]🇮🇩 vs Shahyar SHAQEEM🇲🇾

WS-U19
Phittayaporn CHAIWAN [1]🇹🇭 vs Akari KURIHARA🇯🇵

WD-U19
Nita Violina MARWAH/Putri SYAIKAH [1]🇮🇩 vs Kaho OSAWA/Hinata SUZUKI [13]🇯🇵

XD-U19
Roy King YAP/GAN Jing Err [6]🇲🇾 vs Ratchapol MAKKASASITHORN/Benyapa AIMSAARD [3]🇹🇭

WS-U19
Putri Kusuma WARDANI [4]🇮🇩 vs Riko GUNJI [7]🇯🇵

MS-U19
GOH Wyman🇲🇾 vs LI Yun Ze [4]🇨🇳

MS-U19
Christo POPOV [10]🇫🇷 vs REN Cheng Ming🇨🇳

WS-U19
Stephanie WIDJAJA [14]🇮🇩 vs ZHOU Meng [2]🇨🇳

XD-U19
JIANG Zhen Bang/LI Yi Jing [4]🇨🇳 vs Kakeru KUMAGAI/Mizuki OTAKE🇯🇵

WD-U19
LIN Fang Ling/ZHOU Xin Ru [4]🇨🇳 vs Christine BUSCH/Amalie SCHULZ [6]🇩🇰

MD-U19
Rory EASTON/Ethan VAN LEEUWEN [5]🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 vs Leo Rolly CARNANDO/Daniel MARTHIN [2]🇮🇩

MD-U19
DI Zi Jian/WANG Chang [1]🇨🇳 vs KO Shing Hei/LUI Chun Wai🇭🇰

WD-U19
Atsumi MIYAZAKI/Chihiro UCHIYAMA🇯🇵 vs Febriana Dwipuji KUSUMA/Amalia Cahaya PRATIWI [3]🇮🇩

MD-U19
Junaidi ARIF/Muhammad HAIKAL🇲🇾 vs DAI En Yi/FENG Yan Zhe [3]🇨🇳

Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 1 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 1 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series





Live: IND Vs SA 2nd Test | Day 1 | Live Scores and Commentary | 2019 Series

That India are a dominant force in Test cricket at home goes without saying, and another example of that was seen in Visakhapatnam where they handed South Africa a 203-run defeat to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

However it wasn’t the usual comfortable ride for Virat Kohli’s side, who now turn to Pune, which is a ground where they’ve enjoyed a lot of success, and will look to wrap up the series with a game in hand. And South Africa to India’s advantage, don’t seem to be the most daunting oppositions.

For India, the chance taken on Rohit Sharma at the top of the order paid off handsomely as he smashed back to back centuries alongside Mayank Agarwal who’s riding equally high on confidence after his double century.

In Pune, the dynamic Indian batting lineup that follows the openers with the likes Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari will definitely look to keep the Proteas out on the field for as long as they can.

However, they will be vary of the collapse they suffered in 2017 against Australia, where a rank turner back fired allowing Nathan Lyon to have the last laugh.

India boast off two seasoned spinners in R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, and one expects that Kohli will need them to do the bulk of the bowling over the course of the game.

If the spin twins weren’t terrifying enough for the South Africans, Mohammed Shami’s mastery with the semi new and old ball on dry tracks is slowly attaining legendary status and will have left it scars on the visitors.

What makes Shami stand apart is his ability to do it regularly when situations look hopeless.

“He is someone who can change the complexion of the match totally when you don’t see it coming. His skill is obviously there for everyone to see. Especially, in the second innings, when the situations are difficult he comes in and does the job everytime. It’s great,” said Kohli.

Players accepting responsibilities at different stages of the game is something that has “amazed” the captain.

While there has been sporadic rain with forecast of further downpour during the course of the match, the skipper didn’t seem very interested in changing his team combination.

Ishant Sharma was steady through the duration of the first Test, which means Faf du Plessis and co will really need to up the grit quotient they showed in the first innings in Vizag if they’re to get a positive result in Pune.

Such was their impact that Jasprit Bumrah was hardly missed despite his phenomenal presence in red ball cricket over the last 18 months.

For the Proteas, getting Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar to do what they did in Vizag again will be extremely important and Faf will hope that doggedness rubs off on the likes of Aiden Markam at the top of the order too. The skipper himself could do with a little luck too and won’t mind a belter of a surface in Pune.

While India are unlikely to make any changes in their eleven, the South African think tank could be tempted to drop one of Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt, who were taken to the cleaners by the Indian batsmen and bring in Lungi Ngidi, a surprise exclusion in the first Test.

Faf won’t want to play into Rohit’s arc like he did in the first Test as the Mumbaikar took a liking to the spinners and smashed a world record 13 sixes in the game.

South Africa without any doubts are missing the dynamism a Dale Steyn or Hashim Amla bring to the table, and Faf is well aware of how one wrong decision could make the already difficult task a whole lot tougher for his side.

To his credit however, the young side have shown grit and a hunger to take on what’s thrown at them in this difficult period, but India in India are a different proposition altogether.

Hence for South Africa to come away unscathed, Faf and the think tank will have to dot the i’s and cross the t’s to perfection – much like how the hosts are going about their business.

Teams:

India (XI) Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal, Chesteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami.

South Africa: Faf du Plessis (captain), Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock (wk), Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Vernon Philander, Lungi Ngidi, Dane Piedt, Senuran Muthusamy, Zubayr Hamza, Heinrich Klaasen, Anrich Nortje.

Live Score: PAKISTAN Vs SRI LANKA 3RD T20 2019 I Cricket live Streaming  I  PAK Vs SL Live

Live Score: PAKISTAN Vs SRI LANKA 3RD T20 2019 I Cricket live Streaming I PAK Vs SL Live





Live Score: PAKISTAN Vs SRI LANKA 3RD T20 2019 I Cricket live Streaming I PAK Vs SL Live

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TEAMS

Pakistan (Playing XI): Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Umar Akmal, Asif Ali, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Iftikhar Ahmed, Faheem Ashraf, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Hasnain

Sri Lanka (Playing XI): Avishka Fernando, Danushka Gunathilaka, Shehan Jayasuriya, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Minod Bhanuka(w), Dasun Shanaka(c), Isuru Udana, Lakshan Sandakan, Wanindu Hasaranga, Kasun Rajitha, Nuwan Pradeep

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