South Africa named Uncapped batsman Rassie van der Dussen in his 14-man squad for the first two matches of the five-match domestic one-day international series against Pakistan, because they are looking for options before the World Cup at the end of this year. . The 29-year-old van der Dussen was the highest run scorer in the recently held Mizanshi Super League domestic Twenty20 tournament, which made an average of 60 for 12, with a strike-rate of 140 in 12 matches.
Team returning batsman Sean Den Peterson and Stewart batsman Hashim Amla, who missed the series win in Australia in November through injury. Batsman JP Duminy and fast bowler Lungi Enigidi have not been considered due to injury.
According to Cricket South Africa selection, we need to reach our final team selection for this year's World Cup, because Rope and Dane are two players who are knocking at the door. Convenor Linda Jodi said in a statement on Thursday.
"Those players who went to Australia and were not selected for the first two matches – Farhan Behardien, Eden Markram and Chris Morris – are not in any way outside the picture, and they can get more opportunities in the second part of the series well Are there. . "
The first ODI port will be played on January 19 in Elizabeth, while the other three days will be in Durban. The 50-over World Cup is being held in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14.
Faf du Plessis (Captain), Hashim Amla, Quinton de Coke, Reza Hendrik, Imran Tahir, Heinrich Klassen, David Miller, Den Patterson, Andy Fayukuev, Dwain Pretoria, Kagiso Rabada, Tabrez Shamsi, Delin, Stanley